About Shona Reppe
Shona established Shona Reppe Puppets in 1996 (now simply Shona Reppe).
She has performed extensively all over the world with her shows Cinderella (2002-present), The Curious Scrapbook of Josephine Bean (2011-present), Potato Needs a Bath (2008-present), Olga Volt (2007) and Magic Sho (2015).
She has won numerous awards for her work including a Total Theatre Award 2002, Ipay's Victory Award Montreal 2003, a Tron Award for best children’s production 2003 and a TMA (Theatre UK) Award for best children’s theatre show 2012.
Collaborative and design work includes designing the show White in 2011 with Andy Manley and Catherine Wheels which has won numerous awards including a CATS Award for Design 2011. HUFF, an art installation for children based on The Three Little Pigs – a collaboration with Andy Manley (produced by Catherine Wheels Theatre Company) opened at The National Galleries of Scotland in September 2013 and won a Herald Angel and a CATS Award 2014.
In December 2016 she co-created and designed Black Beauty with Andy Manley and Andy Cannon which was produced by Red Bridge Arts/Traverse Theatre. In May 2018 she worked on BABA YAGA a collaboration between Windmill Theatre and Christine Johnson commissioned by Imaginate. In 2019, Shona Reppe created Atlantis Banal: Beneath the Surface, created with Charlot Lemoine of Velo Theatre which toured Scotland in Autumn 2019.