Where did you get that show? A field guide to object theatre by Agnès Limbos and Veronika Marbardi, translated by Eleanor Margolies (forthcoming, February 2024) Cie Gare Centrale

How are childhood memories, the smell of coffee and May 1968 connected? How are politics and power brought together in a found object, something picked up in a charity shop and placed on a table in front of an audience? How do we create a world through these small objects?



'Manifesto for a Modern Theatre' by Patrick Dubost (56 pages) Manifesto for a Modern Theatre by Patrick Dubost, translated by Eleanor Margolies (2019) Knives Forks and Spoons Press





Props cover

Props: Readings in Theatre Practice (2016) Palgrave Macmillan








Co-editor, Culture and Climate Change: Recordings (2011) with Robert Butler, Joe Smith and Renata Tyszczuk

Co-editor, Puppets Abroad (British UNIMA/Puppet Centre Trust 2011). Available at …

Editor, Theatre Materials (2009): a conversation between artists, writers and practitioners about the stuff of theatre.

Writer and editor, The Day the Food Ran Out (2005), a children’s book created collaboratively with Catherine Vase and three classes of Greenwich children.

Writer and researcher: Green Camberwell, a map of local green spaces, history and art. Republished by Southwark Council as part of the Walk Southwark series.

Editor, Puppet Notebook magazine (2004 – 2012)

Writer and researcher: The Freedom of Burgess Park, Shopping-Centered training and DULWICH CYCLE REPORT, three reports on cycle training for adults and children for Southwark Cyclists.

Introduction, Uncommon Ground (2004) by Nicholas Sack

Other writing and editing for King’s College London School of Medicine (including research for Contributions to Biomedicine), and EISF (the European Interagency Security Forum).