Siân Kidd is an artist and puppetry practitioner, whose expertise ranges from puppet making and direction through to creative consultancy and arts education.
Since training in Theatre Arts at Middlesex University in 2009, Siân has worked in a variety of capacities within the puppetry and theatre industries. Performing regularly as a storyteller, often with The Embers Collective, she has previously puppeteered with many notable theatre companies across the UK and abroad, as well as in music videos and for television. She has worked as an Associate Puppetry Director for the National Theatre and for ‘All in a Row’ at Southwark Playhouse and was the Artistic Director of Mirth and Misery, which was founded in 2012.
Working extensively in arts education Siân is currently the Puppetry Tutor with Creative Dimensions Trust. Previously, she has facilitated workshops for National Theatre, Les Enfants Terribles and Central School of Speech and Drama
As a multi disciplinary maker, she focuses on working with sustainable materials and natural and found objects. Currently based in Bristol studying Practical Sustainability at Shift, she also designs and makes at her workshop in London, which is part of the Fountayne Road Arts Collective.
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