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Keith Newstead card cut out automata

May 30, 2012 by · 1 Comment 

Life's a Beach Just in time for a summer project, the surfing dog returns to our shop along with 3 other card cut-out automata designed by Keith Newstead.

They’re all available from here for just ¬£3.95: cabaret.co.uk/store/card-cutouts/

Cabaret Mechanical Theatre @ Space Station Sixty-Five

May 30, 2012 by · 9 Comments 

The Royal Wave by John LumbusCabaret Mechanical Theatre @ Space Station Sixty-Five
29th June 2012 to 7th September 2012
Open Tuesday to Sunday 11 am to 6 pm

Closed all Mondays – including Bank Holiday Monday 27th August

Space Station Sixty-Five (East Dulwich)
65 North Cross Road
London
SE22 9ET

Free Entry

As London celebrates an historic summer, Space Station Sixty-Five are delighted to host a free exhibition of contemporary automata from Cabaret Mechanical Theatre, at their original artist-run space in East Dulwich. Come along and press the buttons and bring these ingenious machines to life. Watch the performers in Ron Fuller’s tiny mechanical circus, marvel at Keith Newstead’s lifelike brassy peacock, and see many of Paul Spooner’s humorous creations including the man who eats his own weight in spaghetti – in the bath.

The Circus by Ron Fuller space station 65

Carlos Zapata – Child Soldiers

May 21, 2012 by · Comments Off 

Carlos Zapata, 'Son you still alive' 2012Carlos Zapata – Child Soldiers
25th May until 19th June

The Millenium Gallery, St Ives, Cornwall

‘Carlos Zapata‚??s latest series of intimate and emotive sculptures and automata have at their core the humanitarian often violent struggle of the innocent, often children, who are drawn in to the maelstrom of war’.

Brassy Mermaid by Keith Newstead

May 15, 2012 by · Comments Off 

Brassy Mermaid by Keith NewsteadA large version of Keith Newstead’s classic Brassy Mermaid automaton.
Made from painted wood and brass, the mermaid has a wonderful swimming action.

Height 35 cm.

One Only.
£1950 (Excl. VAT)

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