PUP­PET PEO­PLE: A SNAP­SHOT OF AUS­TRALIAN PUP­PETRY

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The fas­ci­nat­ing his­tory of pup­petry in Aus­tralia is ex­plored in this free ex­hi­bi­tion now show­ing at the Queens­land Per­form­ing Arts Cen­tre. Pup­petry ar­rived in Aus­tralia in the form of Punch and Judy shows in the 1840s. Since that time, a rich tra­di­tion of Aus­tralian pup­petry per­for­mance has grown to en­com­pass a mul­ti­tude of styles from tra­di­tional to avant-garde, of­ten re­flect­ing so­cial and cul­tural change. This ex­hi­bi­tion fea­tures more than 50 pup­pets, and show­cases just some of the peo­ple and com­pa­nies who brought the pup­pets to life.

Un­til 27 Jan­uary, Tony Gould Gallery, Cre­morne The­atre, QPAC, cnr Grey and Mel­bourne Streets, South Bank. 136 246. qpac.com.au

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