Dates and Times
Sun 7 May at 7pm
Part of Hotbed: a festival of sex, running from Tue 25 April – Sun 14 May. Take advantage of our double bill ticket offer, and book two shows on the same night for just £16! Simply add the tickets into your basket, and we’ll do the rest.
Presented by Wondering Hands Theatre
A journey into the weird and wonderful world of sex and relationships inspired by real stories of first kisses, crushes, discovering identity, bodies and all the fuzzy stuff in between. You will discover everything from amorous crocodiles to creamy aubergine fantasies and learn a new kind of R.E.S.P.E.C.T. Sometimes funny, sometimes sad and sometimes completely out of this world – sex is complicated, so let’s start the conversation!
The company address this country’s serious lack of cohesive sex education. Asking questions and being curious about sex is natural and should be available to everyone. Combining verbatim material collected via open-to-all online surveys, plus unique, innovative puppetry, Wondering Hands explore the places we keep hidden under the covers.
Writer: Alicia Britt
Director: Edie Edmundson
Musical Director: Sebastian Freeburn
Cast: Alicia Britt, Dan Walker, Eti Meacock, Kate Powell,
Special Thanks To: Emma Longthorne and Iestyn Evans
“The anticipation and excitement in the air was tangible and people’s faces beamed with smiles, which were destined to remain there throughout the performance.” Puppet Place
“If there’s any show that could convince you of the validity and vibrancy of cabaret puppetry as an art form, it’s “SEX and Puppets” Ruthless Magazine
“Sex and Puppets is gorgeous, heartwarming fun that will leave you a better person – and perhaps a better lover – for watching.” Erotic Review
About the company
Wondering Hands Theatre are a brand new company, thinking about the big issues. They want to bridge gaps between generations and encourage communication even when it is difficult and that puppetry is the perfect way to start.
Wondering Hands is a meeting of minds. Puppeteers, makers, actors, musicians, and curious creatures brought together by a mutual fascination for puppetry as a way to start conversations.