London Theatre Reviews
"Poetic and intimate…
I am immersed in every second…
As well as being told a story,
this is a time of questioning your own.”
A Younger Theatre
“Profoundly touching… Such a thoughtful, eloquent theatrical experience… This show surprises me with its ability to bring me a sincere sense of hope”
Once A Week Theatre
“Whimsical and charming…
wise and gentle”
(For Living Record Festival)
Described as a piece “about the psychological impact of isolation”
Love London Love Culture
reassuring and soothing…
This is a monologue that really gets to the heart of the matter”
“A show for our times"
Breaking Up With Reality
Reality abandoned all of us.
This is an exploration of our break up with our past,
And the new relationship we have with our future.
Nod At The Fox combines spoken word, recorded soundscapes and music to create a love letter to Reality. It’s hard having to only greet Reality with an elbow bop, but if we get any closer it will break our hearts all over again.
Text, music, sound recordings & performed by Eden Harbud.
With segments of music from:
Sam Williams, Maisie Brett, Dominic Roocroft, Ross Williams, Daria Feldman, Daniil Timofeev, Dmitriy Stoyan, Blythe Brett, Harry Pizzey & Harriet Troup.
With thanks to Sara Celeghin for her wonderful origami videos.
Supported by Arts Council England, Living Record Productions, Cambridge Junction & The Curious School of Puppetry.
In early 2021, we dipped our toes in the realm of audio theatre. Sound has always been a huge part of our process, equally taking up the stage alongside live performance. When creating puppetry work, the directing and composition of a show will come about in the audio creation process, which is usually where we start. So much can be done with audio storytelling, so we utilise that to compliment the on stage visuals.
We love making work that’s detailed, deep listening and also delicate, often using metaphor to express themes.