Puppet Power – Luke Tudball talks to Antonia & Noel from Box Tale Soup

Antonia and Noel from Box Tale Soup Theatre talk with Luke Tudball at Brighton Fringe about The Wind In The Willows, the power of puppetry, and adapting literature for the stage. Luke Tudball talks to Antonia & Noel from Box Tale Soup Theatre You can also read the review of The Wind In The Willows […]


Creating The Clown – Luke Tudball talks to Damien Warren-Smith at Brighton Fringe

Luke Tudball talks to Damien Warren-Smith at Brighton Fringe about Garry Starr Performs Everything, Hamlet?, creating physical theatre, and finding the clown in yourself. “‘Hamlet?’ is a surreal and smart romp through the mad Dane’s mind, in which three idiots, their spirits with divine ambition puffed, battle for the love of the audience. Who will […]


Creating An International Narrative – Luke Tudball talks to Sahand Sahebdivani, Raphael Rodan, Guillermo Celano & Iman Spaargaren about My Father Held A Gun

  Luke Tudball talks to Amsterdam based writers and performers Sahand Sahebdivani, Raphael Rodan, Guillermo Celano & Iman Spaargaren about My Father Held A Gun at Brighton Fringe and beyond. “A passionate, storytelling show with live cinematic music about war and peace, acts of heroism, and the love for life. Winner of the Amsterdam Fringe Festival […]