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According to the Mental Health Foundation, suicide remains the most common cause of death in men under the age of 35. Joni and Beccy know a lot of men under the age of 35. And they are worried. Between them a desperate puppet stands on Waterloo Bridge waiting for compassion to find him. #Waterloo Bridge
is an empathetic piece exploring mental states and shifting hopefulness with puppetry, projection, animation and live music. We want to shed light on the internal struggle many people face; but also the hope that they are always searching for. Hope is what keeps us alive.
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Part of the Bristol Festival of Puppetry
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