A show about food.
From primitive struggle, through the baroque excess to technological perversion, how has our relationship with nourishment changed throughout history?
This wordless and grotesque show employs physical theatre, clowning and multimedia to delve into the evolution of humanity, exposing consumerism's excesses and extremes. With cascades of milk, raw steaks, live feed webcams and plenty of soil FEAST is an hour of virtuosic anarchy the like of which you are unlikely to have seen before.
This show has been reimagined as a one woman solo for the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
'[Hieronymous] Bosch would applaud... brilliantly disturbing, not least because of the belly laughs that it serves up'
★★★★ The Herald
'An hour long riot of macabre buffoonery worth savouring'
★★★★ The List
‘An audacious, profound, ridiculous and oh-so-naughty provocation from one of the finest, most original physical theatre companies in the world.’ ★★★★★ Across The Arts
'Dionysian in an up to date way... a fabulous feast of visual imagery that we gobble up with delight'
Creatives:Originally devised by Mine Cerçi, Sacha Plaige, George Ramsay and Jennifer Swingler; and reworked by Mine Cerçi and Sacha Plaige, Design: Naomi KuyckCohen, Lighting: Erik Perera; reworked by Berta Pibernat Trias, Photographed by Richard Davenport and Volkan Erkan
- Developed with support from Arts Council England, Battersea Arts Centre, Jackson's Lane, Theatre Madrasa and The Bike Shed Theatre.