We recently did a paper puppet workshop with a group of refugee children in Clarkston. They were so sweet and worked so diligently to decorate their bats, butterflies and people using stickers, markers, and cutting up construction paper for clothes, accessories, etc. They produced the most creative puppets out of such simple materials that I had to share them!
Piccadilly Puppets has many educational shows and workshops! Bring us to your school this year! We have discounted prices for Title One schools.
Thursday, November 12 is GA Gives Day!
“You were fantastic…Please come back and do another puppet show!”
That’s what Taylor, a second-grade student at Jackson Elementary wrote us in a letter after our performance of Cherokee Tales. The children had obviously enjoyed the performance, laughing at all of the funny parts, chanting along with Chief Gray Eagle. They might not have even realized how much the show fit into the Native American unit of their curriculum! Thanks to a grant, we were able to perform at that school for a reasonable price. We need support from individuals, too – people like you that see the value of puppets and arts in education.
Ga Gives Day is a chance to highlight the many non-profits working to make our state a better place to live. Georgia is at the bottom of the country in government support of the arts, but YOU can help bridge the gap so that kids of all backgrounds and income levels can experience our shows! Click the link below (any day, not just on Thursday):
For the first time in decades(!) Piccadilly Puppets is not booking school shows through Young Audiences/Arts for Learning, but we are still available! You can book puppet shows for your school directly with us. Call (404)636-0022!
Saturday, September 12 4-6 pm Cool Kids Read at Southlake Mall
Join us for plenty of fun activities including: Balloon Art, Free Bookmark Crafts, Storytime with the Clayton County Library, a Book Swap and plenty of Prizes!! Piccadilly Puppets will perform Once upon a Time in China at 5:15.
While you’re at the event, you can help us set a record for the most kids reading aloud in a shopping center! We’ll be reading from Dr. Seuss’ new book, “What Pet Should I Get?”
Sunday, September 13 2:00 pm “Artrageous! Family Sunday” at Morris Museum of Art, Augusta
Butterfly Ballad and other fun activities!