Food For Thought is a new movement theatre piece exploring food addiction, the ethics of the food industry and the global impact of our food choices. It’s a feast for the senses with mouth-watering music and visuals, and a sprinkling of tangy humour. It asks who is winning (and losing) in the food industry across the world.
From farmer to factory, land to laboratory and grower to grazer we meet a host of characters from the food chain whose lives are ruled and fuelled by what is munched every day.
Food For Thought has been made through research and collaboration with people from across the world.
Join us before the performance for a creative response to the show made by local people from our regular Creating Together project at the Albany.
Devised by Displace Yourself Theatre’s Co-Artistic Directors, Jen Nevin and Mike Auger
Dramturgy by Iain Bloomfield
Additional Movement Choreography by Fabiano Culora.
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