“Lucky Dicky Crangle & the Cinnabar Moth” – peepshows past & present. Tony Lidington Man of your readers will know of Dr Richard Crangle and his work with Dr Joe Kember on digitising the magic lantern slide collections at the
Who Will See the New World?
We hope you enjoyed the sneak preview! If you haven’t heard about it already, ‘The Raree Man’s Peepshow’ is Tony Lidington’s latest venture into the world of historical, nonsensical popular entertainments: like ‘Uncle Tacko’s Flea Circus’ and ‘The Imaginarium’ this is
The Raree Man’s Peepshow – RAMM Showcase
Don’t miss the exciting showcase of the Raree Man’s Peepshow at Exeter’s RAMM Museum this week. Shows are on Wednesday 17th and Thursday 18th September from 12-4pm! Be sure to book: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-raree-man-peepshow-showcase-tickets-12959356785
‘The Banker’s Progress’: A Peepshow in Three Parts – Coming Soon!
‘The Raree Man’s Peepshow’ is Tony Lidington’s latest venture into the world of historical, nonsensical popular entertainments: like ‘Uncle Tacko’s Flea Circus’ and ‘The Imaginarium’ this is the next brilliantly bonkers and highly entertaining project to explore historical forms in contemporary contexts. Promenade
The Peepshow Project is well underway!
The Raree Man Peepshow Project is now well underway. If you haven’t heard about it by now, click here to find out more: http://www.prom-prom.com/raree/ On Tuesday 5th August, Laura, one of our trainee producers, Steve, our trusty camera man, and Tony
Prom-Prom to create 21st Century interpretation of 18th Century Peepshow
Promenade Promotions received a Grants For the Arts Award to create a 21st Century interpretation of the 18th century itinerant artform of the peepshow. We are collaborating with The Bill Douglas Cinema Museum, the Northcott Theatre, Exeter University and a
“The Raree Man & Peepshow”
Promenade Promotions has been successful in winning an Arts Council of England Grants for the Arts to produce a street peepshow presented by The Raree Man. The peepshow was one of the most popular forms of street entertainment in the