With the hope of inspiring a new generation of children to think about food and where it came from, director and actor Katy Carmichael (most famous for playing Lucy Richards in Coronation Street) has teamed up with chef and food critic couple Claire Thomson and Matt Williamson to dish up an educational, theatrical feast for kids at Notting Hill's neighbourhood theatre The Print Room.
After two sell out runs in schools and to family audiences at the Bristol Old Vic, The Table of Delights is on its way to serve London's young appetites, with five theatrical acts that follow the story of 'humble' foods such as bread, milk and honey from their origins all the way to the plate.
Throughout, the audience is invited to taste, as well as listen, as morsels of food are served up on their tables. Expect to see pirouetting beetroots, singing and conga-dancing honey bees and a dairy circus to dance before the childrens' eyes and onto their tables.
Book now if you want to get tickets before they're all eaten up quick!
Supper club tickets which include wine are available for accompanying parents, and post show talks also feature on select evenings.
Suitable for children aged 6+
|What||The Table of Delights, Print Room at the Coronet|
|Where||The Coronet Theatre, Print Room, 103 Notting Hill Gate, London, W11 3LB | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Notting Hill Gate (underground)|
23 Nov 15 – 13 Dec 15, Show times vary
|Website||Find out more and book here|