Past Event


1 Feb 2014

Tickets are available for this event. Online booking will close an hour before the event is due to start but tickets will be available to purchase at the venue.

Most shows are for watching and listening. Not this one: it’s for sniffing, swallowing, nibbling, enjoying, digesting and, of course, munching. On the floor, the longest table cloth you’ve ever seen becomes a stage on which utensils and ingredients come to life right under your nose, animated by two dancers accompanied by a musician and a sound collage that sums up mealtimes in all their lip-smacking, tummy-rumbling, burping, slurping glory.

As the smells, sounds and tastes of cooking entice the senses, dancing plates, a wandering hiccup and chatty dishes make this a recipe for wonder and delight. Having enjoyed the preparation, the young audience will be able to sample some of the Belgian waffles made during the show. If only all mealtimes were this fun!

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