The Clock Master toured between 2009 and 2011 to venues such as The Roundhouse, The Point, The Lowry and festivals including Latitude, Camden Fringe and Brighton Fringe.
When a stubborn young girl enters a shop of clockwork wonders, she soon finds herself lost amongst the Clock Master's strange stories of magic and music boxes! Of minstrels and monkeys! Of clockwork girls and paper birds!
A visually enchanting tale performed with a highly physical ensemble, live music, projected animation and moments of puppet-peril! But first you must ask yourself; Can I really trust a storyteller?
THE CLOCK MASTER
"Don't listen to stories,
they're dangerous tender...
For who wants a life of
mystery and adventure?"
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“Usingan exciting mixture of puppetry, physical narration and live music,‘The Clock Master’ stimulates our imagination, moves us and makes us wonder. One not to be missed!”
“…a brilliantly realised slice of acting, storytelling, puppetry and music – all consistently great.”
Buxton Festival Review 2011
"The direction, moment by moment, is a delight … And the cast are excellent as well, pulling off some bold physical theatre with a host of colourful characters, as well as rich music and skilled puppetry.”
“Children and adults alike will be amazed… a feast for the eyes (and the ears) for those who love storytelling!”
A Younger Theatre