Welcome on the journey of getting to know my Seagull Theatre

“…perfection doesn’t have limits…”



Welcome on the journey of getting to know my Seagull Theatre.

My name is Eliza, I am an actress, a puppet actress. I have loved entertaining people all my life and I feel lucky to have met the magical world of puppets. I love when the inanimate marionettes come alive and take us to the land of imagination. I started my theatrical career in 1992, and I have worked with a variety of puppets and gained expertise in the following: hand-, marionette-, wayang-, bunraku-, shadow technique and pantomime as well.

The most important thing in my life has been the world of Puppet Theatre, and through it I have developed many skills especially interacting with children and adults.

I like challenges, and I like to use every opportunity maximise my potential.

I consider myself lucky because the 20 years experience working in puppetry has given me the freedom to become acquainted with the complex possibilities that are inherent in this world.

Children are enchanted by the way the puppets come alive, and are so captivated by the magic of them, that provides a platform for the children to learn things easily.

I have been living in London since 2013, and my plan was to come here to set up my own theatre; entertain kids and teach them the values of life.

I believe in the power of love, and I believe that children are all individuals and that we are here to guide them on their special journey in life.

I am a very energetic person who has a faith in that the world can change for the better.

I think that self-expression is essential and I try to encourage people around me to find a way to express themselves.


Why Seagull?

The answer is the SOARING.

“… I just want to know what I can do in the air and what I can’t, that’s all.

I just want to know.”

” Don’t believe what your eyes are telling you.  All they show is limitation.

Look with your understanding. Find out what you already know and you will see the way to fly.”



(Quotes from Richard Bach Jonathan Livingston Seagull)