Can’t make it to our venues in person?
Not to worry, we make all of our shows available online for a 48-hour period during their in-house run.
Tickets cost £7 per household, but there is an optional donation fee to help those who face barriers to access our work.
Click here to watch our digital shows.
We also have lots of exciting digital shorts for you in our Watch, Make, Share series on our YouTube channel. These are free to watch, but if you enjoy them and are able to make a donation, we would be hugely grateful.
A Welcome Project Digital Short commission by Aqiong Zhang and Caito Strongarm in Association with Little Angel Theatre
Told through the universal language of gesture, Baggage is a sweet and silly puppetry film that wordlessly tells a story of friendship, belonging, and the complex feelings attached to leaving and finding home while retaining personal identity.
Combining hand and shadow puppetry, as well as new greetings devised by participants at Phosphorus Theatre, Baggage is a touching film that shows how even when we feel at our most alone, help is always at hand.Watch Now
A Welcome Project Digital Short commission by Timo Quartz in association with Little Angel Theatre
Release Date: 18th January 2024
‘Noise’ is a puppetry short film entirely made out of recycled materials that explores the early struggles of TCKs through the medium of instruments.
Reuben is 10 years old and his world is turned upside down when he and his mom suddenly move to a completely new country. Feeling like a fish out of water, Reuben withdraws and struggles in his new class where he doesn’t understand the language.
How will he overcome his new fears and homesickness?Watch Now
The Little Seed's Journey
A Welcome Project Digital Short commission by Adi Detemo in Association with Little Angel Theatre
Release Date: 11th January 2024
“The Little Seed’s Journey” is a family adventure that sweeps viewers into an enchanting and heart-warming voyage. It weaves a universal tale of resilience, unity, and the transformative power of hope. Set in a vibrant garden where every day is a celebration of life, the film introduces us to a small, spirited seed. Its world of happiness is abruptly disrupted when a fierce wind carries it away from its home.
This marks the beginning of an extraordinary journey.Watch Now
Home Is Where The Food Is
A Welcome Project Digital Short commission by Mikayla Teodoro in Association with Little Angel Theatre.
Release Date: 14th December 2023
‘Home Is Where The Food Is’ explores the directors lived experience of moving to the UK and the things she left behind – friends, family, and food. Through learning how to cook Filipino meals she has learnt that home is never really far away.
“Home Is Where The Food Is” explores the magic of sharing meals and what it means to welcome and be welcomed.
A Welcome Project Digital Short commission by Chicken Shop Hermits in Association with Little Angel Theatre
When River and their parents suddenly move to the UK, River finds themselves overwhelmed by the new environment and the arguments between Mum and Dad. Using their vivid imagination, River manages to hide in the wonderful universe their mind creates. However, as Stress Snakes invade River’s World, River has to make both their internal and external world welcoming places again, and Sage, a new friend they make in London, might just be the key.
Follow the heart warming story of Rivers journey of friendship and learning new skills.Watch Now
Based on Michael Rosen’s poem, The Firebird is a new puppet opera composed by Noah Mosley and co-produced by English Touring Opera and Little Angel Theatre.
The film brings together singers, instrumentalists and puppeteers in an atmospheric fun, comic, and enthralling online puppet opera for children directed by Valentina Ceschi and designed by Little Angel Theatre’s Ellie Mills.
Ages 7+Watch Now
Shakespeare’s The Tempest, adapted by Hannah Khalil. Miranda tells the story of her life on the island. Forced out of their previous life, escaping at sea in a dinghy and stranded on a strange island with her father, Miranda tells us about the magical storm which changed everything…Watch Now
Medusa's First Kiss
Remember that feeling when it seems like nobody likes you and you’ll never be noticed let alone kissed?
Ignoring the bullies Medusa, and her trio of snake-hair sidekicks, set out on an odyssey of discovery determined to find love on her own terms. A riotously joyful punk musical retelling of the Medusa myth, for anyone who’s ever felt different…Watch Now
Bertie… is an environmental entertainment and education series (7 episodes) for children aged 3 to 8 on LAT’s YouTube Channel. Lilly meets a different animal in a different place in the world in each episode, and children will learn about different environmental issues and consider how they can take their own steps to help combat climate change.Watch Now
Sweet Porridge by Tiny Light – an updated Grimms fairy tale with added fibre! A delicious adventure for 4-7 year olds that lets us get messy and play with our food. Come and explore a tiny tasty world created entirely from the fridge, the kitchen cupboard and the recycling bin!Watch Now
Tonight is full-moon and for Laura, that can only mean one thing – Mudlarking! Events take a turn for the worse and Laura is plunged into a magical quest for her Mother’s Lost ring. Laura finds herself in an underwater adventure, going head to head with shadowy water spirit The Wreck.Watch Now
Super Speedy Star Baby
Come hurtling through space on a zany zoomy musical journey with Star Baby! Meet the Disco Space Snail, a lonely moon, a tiny planet called Mr Bear and an alien family who live in a Boot-Rocket. Puppetry and stop-motion collide in this bonkers electro space odyssey for ages 3yrs+
Le Cirque du Bouffe
Roll up Roll up! Come one come all! Join us for this feast for the eyes! Meet Lulu the high flying acrobatic wonder as she prepares to take on the biggest stunt of all. Will she get over her fear of heights? Can she make it to the top? Can she survive her trip to the bottom?Watch Now
High in the mountains lies a sleepy, peaceful mountain town. But recently rumours have been spreading about a monster that lives in the forest. Some say it’s big and slimy, others say it’s covered in flies and made of fire!
George, aged 8, doesn’t believe in monsters. In fact, he thinks they’re silly! But one night, whilst tucked up in bed, he hears a howling from deep within the forest. Is it the terrible beast that everyone has been talking about? Is it really as scary as everyone thinks?
George decides it’s time to solve the mystery once and for all. The mystery of The Scaryglow!’Watch Now
People behind the puppets
Over the past 60 years, a huge range of designers have brought their unique puppet designs to life on the Little Angel Theatre stage – from marionettes in Angelo to light-up foxes in WOW! It’s Night-Time and cardboard creations in the online adaptation of I Want My Hat Back. In this new online series, Little Angel’s very own Little Angel puppet will meet and interview these designers, including Toby Olié, Jimmy Grimes and Alison Alexander, finding out more about their experiences of puppetry design and why they love working in the field. Each designer will also bring along an easy puppet make that children can follow along at home.Watch Now
Where Caterpillars Go...
From a tree in a garden a seed falls. From under a leaf a Caterpillar crawls. A time to play and a time to grow, a time to see Where Caterpillars Go… Follow an inquisitive Caterpillar on a beautiful journey where together we’ll explore life, growth, wonder and fear.Watch Now
The Little Fish
A curious little fish wants to explore the big, wide world outside of his fish bowl in a house in Cross Street. One brave leap from the window takes the little fish down into the gutter, along the Thames and beyond. As the little fish will learn, a big adventure is often what it takes to make us appreciate the familiarity of home.Watch Now
Scoops Space: Mr Gobbles Garden
Scoop the Junk lady and Bertie the Bottle welcome you back into their special space, where they make things out of the stuff other people throw away, and use them to tell stories. This time, they’ll tell you the story of Mr Gobble’s Garden.Watch Now
This digital retelling is inspired by our 2018 production Junk (which saw us transform our studio space into a recycling plant). It will revisit Scoop, the junk lady, and show you into her secret space – a place where she gathers and stores all of the interesting things that other people throw away, and uses them to tell stories.Watch Now