Paloma and the Do of Death is an original marionette tragi-comedy written and constructed by Tom Tuke, and performed by Tuke and Ben Martley with an original score by Madison Bailey. The show was performed as part of a three-night run at Papatūnga, Parnell Project Space to fundraise for a new travelling theatre for the production. 

The show centres around the happenings that ensue when an elderly castaway, Paloma, washes up on the same island as the Grim Reapers' inaugural staff party, forcing her to walk the line between certain death and uncertain Deaths. Paloma and the Do of Death deals with grand themes of love, loss and revolution, with puppets and threatre constructed from driftwood, pallet wood and other found materials.