A show about food. The evolution of humanity through the triptych of a daily routine: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. Multi award-winning Clout Theatre return with their most ambitious project to date: a visual feast which traverses drastically different styles from primal movement to clown, to multimedia. This excessive, anarchic and wordless piece is peppered with absurdity, gourmandise and overtones of cannibalism. 'Experts in the grotesque' (Exeunt). 'Ridiculous, hilarious, baffling and unnerving … a sheer pleasure' ★★★★ (Scotsman). Developed with support from Battersea Arts Centre, Jackson's Lane, Tiyatro Medresesi, The BikeShed Theatre and Arts Council England. www.clout-theatre.com.
Age category: 14+
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Reviews & features
FEAST14 Aug 2015
Channelling the inner idiot, Clout plays with our relationship to food
Well, clearly someone’s mother never told them not to play with their food. By the end of Clout Theatre’s hour-long riot of macabre buffoonery, involving breakfast, lunch and dinner, you are genuinely pitying the person who has to clean it all up…
Fringe preview: Playing with our Food30 Jul 2015
Theatre addressing our obsession with nutrition
In the rush to catch as many shows as possible, food is often the last thing on anyone’s mind during the Fringe. However, this year, several companies are offering up calorific feasts on the stage. For breakfast, Clod Ensemble's production The Red…