Stephen Guy has been collaborating with Cabaret Mechanical Theatre for many years, starting in Covent Garden in the early 1990s. If you’ve been to one of our exhibitions in the UK or worldwide you will have certainly enjoyed some of his playful machines. Steve is also keen to share his love of all things moving […]
Have you seen our newly launched Mechanical Making Project Mini Automata kits? The quirky characters and concept were created by artist and artist facilitator Loulou Cousin who we’ve been working with over the past couple of years. She skilfully brings to life comical scenes with card and collage and is one of the facilitators of […]
Last month, Paul Spooner made 10 Howling Cats in aid of the Ukraine catastrophe. “The heads and arms are made from lime wood but the bodies, being fairly featureless, are made from a lump of scrap timber I found on a building site. The flag is of copper painted yellow and blue, two colours I’ve […]
Since Ron’s sad departure in July a number of new articles have been published. We’ve updated our page about Ron with the new links.
We are very sad to announce the death of Ron Fuller, at the age of 80. Ron was an integral part of the formation of Cabaret Mechanical Theatre having first met Sue Jackson while they were both students at Falmouth Art School in 1957. Ron’s distinctive toys, for example, Hens Laying Eggs and Tapping Can-Can […]