I Think I Can

An interactive artwork that invites you to enter into a miniature Ancient Roman town.

A Terrapin Puppet Theatre production created by Sam Routledge and Martyn Coutts.

© RSC – Image Licensing

Tuesday 25 – Saturday 29 July
Monday 31 July – Saturday 5 August

11am – 2pm and 3pm – 6pm, daily

The Event Space, The Other Place

Free, no booking required.
Recommended for ages 7+

Who would you like to be today?

Through puppetry, live video, and audience interaction, this innovative public artwork asks 'What would you like to be today?' engaging you in an optimistic task of collective storytelling.

After completing a playful ‘Career Test’ to personality-match you with a puppet, a tiny alter-ego is yours to be steered through the daily life of a Roman citizen.
As our puppeteers animate the character in the miniature Roman world, you are invited to tell your story, which is then documented and will appear on the website in the form of an online newspaper.
 
At the end you will be given a “passport,” which enables you to return to the miniature town at anytime during the project and move your figure.


A Roman version of I Think I Can
Commissioned by the Royal Shakespeare Company

I Think I Can is a Terrapin Puppet Theatre production created by Sam Routledge and Martyn Coutts.

Created by Sam Routledge and Martyn Coutts
Software and Interactive Design: Matt Gingold & Oliver Marriott
Design: Jonathon Oxlade
Website and Graphic Design: Futago
Consultant: Ian Pidd

Originally produced by Intimate Spectacle and created in association with The Australian Model Railway Association, Glen Iris, Australia.

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