What can we say about Pass the Spoon, well...
It's a show with actors, music and food.
It's a bit like an opera, but with vegetables and fruit.
It's about cooking.
It's possibly the only show you'll see this year featuring a dung beetle.
Oh, and someone gets eaten. Did we mention that?
Alongside David Shrigley's first major retrospective Brain Activity at Hayward Gallery, Southbank Centre presents the London premiere of Pass the Spoon. Having debuted with three shows at Glasgow's Tramway in November to rave reviews, this spectacular new performance by Edinburgh based theatre production company, Magnetic North, is created by Shrigley with award-winning composer David Fennessy and acclaimed director Nicholas Bone, and features live music played by the Red Note Ensemble.
Pass the Spoon is supported by Creative Scotland with thanks to PRS for Music Foundation and Hope Scott Trust.
'The most fun I've ever had at the opera.' **** (The Independent)
'Daft and instantly lovable.' **** (The Guardian)
'The most sublimely silly event to grace a Scottish stage in many years.' **** (The Scotsman)
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