Bric a Brac Productions is Artistic Director Liz Hart and a changing and international cast of talented musicians and performers. The shows are visual and physical and are accompanied by original sound and music.

Liz trained in Fine Art at Wimbledon School of Art and in Physical Theatre and Circus Arts at Circomedia in Bristol. She is currently based in the Wye Valley where she is Mother of two young children but works often in Bristol. She and her family also regularly migrate to Berlin and back.

In the UK Bric a Brac has toured nationally and in Berlin, the company has played the disappearing wastelands, flea markets and bars, as well as the more conventional theatre spaces of the city. Check out the shows pages where you can see photos, listen to some music and read what Liz is working on right now!


Liz makes masks and puppets on commission as well as for Bric a Brac shows. Follow this link to the making page and take a look at the gallery to view some masks and puppets already in the portfolio.


Liz has experience of teaching theatre and mask and puppet making to diverse groups of all ages and abilities up to degree level. Most recently Liz has taught a half mask course at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, focusing on Commedia del’arte and at Circomedia where she has been teaching mask making.

Please visit the education page to find out more and get in touch if you are interested in booking a workshop and would like to discuss your requirements.

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    What people wrote about one-woman show, “Richard’s Love”

    “An inventive and charming multi-media fairy story... evocative music and lighting... superb intricate shadow puppetry... the masks a particular highlight.”
    - Bristol Evening Post.

    “You could literally take anyone from a 2 year old to your maiden aunt, and they would all find it a delight…”
    - David Calder, Bradon Forest School.

    “If you see Bric a Brac Productions on at a theatre near you then I would seriously recommend getting
    your hands on a ticket...”
    - Jennifer Purcell