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Now in its 36th year the Punch & Judy Fellowship is the oldest organisation of its kind, devoted to keeping alive the tradition of Punch & Judy shows. You can learn more about us by clicking here.
Amongst our many members, we not only have performers, we also have collectors, historians and enthusiasts. The most famous of which is our Patron, Ken Dodd OBE, himself a great fan of Mr Punch.
Whatever your interest, we hope you enjoy your visit to our website.
The Covent Garden May Fayre takes place Sunday 8 May 2016.
The PJF AGM will also be held on 8 May - full details are available in the Member’s Section
PJF Members may click here to access the PJF Member’s Section, where the papers and nomination forms for our 2016 AGM have been uploaded.
Click here to access the May Fayre 2016 Poster.
Click here to read the invitation to the AGM.
The Punch & Judy Fellowship currently works in partnership with the Punch & Judy College of Professors and is affiliated to Puppeteers UK.
The PJF is also a partner in Punch and Judy Online where you will find much information
about Punch's history and his tradition.
You can visit their websites by clicking on their respective logos.
Visit the Facebook page of the Punch and Judy Fellowship!
Ken Dodd OBE
Patron of the Punch & Judy Fellowship
John Styles, MBE, FRSA
President of the Punch & Judy Fellowship
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall met puppet royalty in the shape of Punch and Judy (courtesy of Prof Des Turner) at the 2013 Whitstable Oyster Festival. Mr. Punch, having been around since the time of King Charles II, is by now familiar with royal protocol and behaves himself accordingly on these occasions.
Prof Glyn Edwards presents ‘An Introduction to Punch and Judy Performance’ at the Little Angel Theatre, London, on 15 May 2016 - more details on our events page here.