Windows to the future

Kerry Jones of  ''Ruffled Feathers, a community arts group based in Selkirk, has recently been awarded an 'Awards for all' grant from the National Lottery. The money will be used to run preparatory workshops for children and young people in advance of a fantastic pop-up puppet theatre event 'Windows to the future' next year in Galashiels.'' ''The pop-up puppet theatres will be staged in four empty shop windows and people will see rod and shadow puppets, animation and scenery and audio soundtracks portraying the drama, humour and everyday high-street life starting at 1900 and leading to a visionary 'Saturday of the future' window.
Kerry Jones of ''Ruffled Feathers, a community arts group based in Selkirk, has recently been awarded an 'Awards for all' grant from the National Lottery. The money will be used to run preparatory workshops for children and young people in advance of a fantastic pop-up puppet theatre event 'Windows to the future' next year in Galashiels.'' ''The pop-up puppet theatres will be staged in four empty shop windows and people will see rod and shadow puppets, animation and scenery and audio soundtracks portraying the drama, humour and everyday high-street life starting at 1900 and leading to a visionary 'Saturday of the future' window.

Kerry Jones of Ruffled Feathers, a community arts group based in Selkirk, has recently been awarded an ‘Awards for All’ grant from the National Lottery to run preparatory workshops for children and young people in advance of a fantastic pop-up puppet theatre event ‘Windows to the future’ next year in Galashiels.

The pop-up puppet theatres will be staged in four empty shop windows and people will see rod and shadow puppets, animation and scenery, and audio soundtracks portraying the drama, humour and everyday high-street life. Photograph: Alastair Watson