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Using a clapped out tape player, the puppets dance while David Perry sings his own interpretations over various songs.He first started performing as the Norwich Puppet Man in the mid-1980s,but in 1997 was forced to quit when his incapacity benefit was stopped because he was earning money through busking. He returned to busking on Gentleman's Walk in late 2005 or early 2006, by which time he no longer needed a busker's licence and internet sites had begun to spread his fame. As he is over 60, he does no longer need a busker's licence.
He usually performs in pedestrian zones located in the city centres of Norwich and Great Yarmouth, typically two or three times a week and mainly in the afternoons and on weekends. In Norwich, the Puppet Man can mostly be found on Gentleman's Walk off St Peter Mancroft and the old Haymarket around the bottom of Hay Hill. In Great Yarmouth he is usually found on Regent Boulevard.
Over the years, Perry's eccentric style of “dancing in the city centre behind his ghetto blaster and waving his puppets in time to an eclectic range of music” has made the Puppet Man a cult figure in Norwich and Great Yarmouth. In a competition organised by Castle Mall shopping centre in June 2007 titled “The faces that sum up why Norwich is such a fine city”, he was named as one of the “25 Faces of Norwich”.
In summer 2008, Perry was hired by a nightclub in Norwich to perform some live action in front of 2,000 people for a student based event. In August 2008, the Puppet Man publicly announced that he was going to stop busking in Norwich and move his activities to Great Yarmouth, but has since continued to appear in Norwich on a regular basis.
The puppets David Perry has used since appearing as the Norwich Puppet Man are:
“Dougal” (a purple dog, on string)
“Roy Waller” (a snake hand puppet made out of a sock)
“Billy McDog” (a canine hand puppet)
“Big Tom” (a duck)
“Mick” (a dog puppet, named after Mick Jagger)
“Brenda” (named after David Perry's wife)
“Basil” (a fox)
“Suzy” (a squirrel)
Over the years, the Norwich Puppet Man has built up a cult following. As a local original, he has even appeared in a series of postcards of Norfolk, claiming to capture unappreciated parts of the county. A group set up in his honour on the social network website Facebook gained more than 4,000 members, and tens of thousands of viewers have watched clips of him that were posted on the video website YouTube.
While Perry's peculiar brand of entertainment has undoubtedly made him locally famous, the quality of the Puppet Man's performances remains controversial. While some describe him as a “legend” and a “great favourite with many shoppers in Gentleman’s Walk”, others find him to be “a noisy obstruction totally bereft of any skill or creativity”. When Perry was named one of the “25 Faces of Norwich”, a local shop manager said about the Puppet Man that he “adds fun to the streets of Norwich, he puts a smile on hundreds of people’s faces every day” while an angry letter from an anonymous reader of the Norwich Evening News branded him a “dullard, in a backwater of inbreeding”.
In line with his varied public perception, Perry has not only been featured in local newspapers and on the internet but also become subject to abuse by some people and sometimes even violence. In September 2010, he was reported to have been attacked in Great Yarmouth. Usually by alcohol fuelled chavs.
Boys and men in the bleachers: a war rally, perhaps? Regents Field, Ann Arbor, 1898(?)
College Boys and others are here. But I can't tell you why, or what they are up to, or what (besides the camera) they may have been watching. If this scene really was posed in 1898, euphoria over victory in the Spanish-American War may account for the flag waving, the kid in the Uncle Sam suit, and other marks of patriotic fervor. It's a festive bunch in any event, with lots of costumes. Note that practically everyone appears to hold a sword or some kind of weapon. My guess tends toward a Halloween scene, especially as it looks like jacket weather. I think these bleachers were in Regents Field, the short-lived football venue that preceded Ferry Field. (The name Ferry Field later was given to the grounds both adjacent to and encompassing Regents Field.) What we need now is for someone to find a story in an old Michigan Daily about what was going on that day, and where it happened.
This image is worth careful scrutiny in the large version.
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