This play is fusing thespians and chefs, which can only be a good thing
We love theatre. And, as you may have guessed, we love food. So when we heard news of a mash-up of the two, there was a whole load of excitement rushing around Homemade HQ.
The Table of Delights is the work of theatre director Katy Carmichael. All-things-edible are looked after by chefs Claire Thomson, the Guardian children's food columnist and author of The Five O'Clock Apron (Hardback, RRP £20, Ebury Publishing), and Michelin Bib Gourmand winner Matt Williamson.
Aimed at families with little ones, the show is interactive. Split into five acts, it's a gastro journey through how what we eat grows in fields and makes it way on to our plates – with tasty titbits along the way. Case in point: a pair of growing beetroots fall in love on a farm, before harvest comes and they're ripped up. Juice splatters everywhere, and they're turned into a purple jelly, served up to onlookers with cake.
And, if you fancy an adult version with wine included, there's one showing now.
You can catch the play at London's The Print Room from the 23 November until the 13 December. Buy tickets here.
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