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Sebastian (Harry Lister-Smith) is travelling halfway around the world to find his steak-loving friend who’s missing in Nigeria, while Rashida (Alisha Bailey) just wants to eat her bar of chocolate in peace. GoGo is sacrificing everything for a glass of water and Erica’s trying to win round her daughter’s affections with a rare delicacy – the last potato. But whatever you do don’t try one of Ruth’s carrots…
Mouthful is a darkly comic and at times heartbreaking response to the global food crisis from six of the world’s leading dramatists in partnership with six world-renowned scientists.
Written by Bola Agbaje (Olivier Award for Gone Too Far; Royal Court), Lydia Adetunji (Catherine Johnson Award for Compliance), Clare Bayley (The Container; Young Vic), Inua Ellams (The 14th Tale and Black T-Shirt Collection; National Theatre), Neil LaBute (This Is How It Goes; Donmar Warehouse, Some Girl(s); West End) and Pedro Miguel Rozo (Our Private Lives; Royal Court) in partnership with the UK Champion for Global Food Security Professor Tim Benton and Professors Kamal Bawa, Suzanne Filteau, Ilkka Hanski, Molly Jahn and Tim Lang.
Director | Poppy Burton-Morgan
Set, Lighting & Video | William Reynolds
Costumes | Charlotte Espiner
Cast includes Alisha Bailey and Harry Lister-Smith
Supported by Arts Council England and a Small Arts Award from the Wellcome Trust
Mouthful Ticket Offer Details
Price Band A reduced to £14 ONLY. Strictly subject to availability
Hilary Barratt27th September
We really enjoyed the production. There was some excellent acting from all the actors, particularly those taking bigger parts. The format was interesting with 6 different playlets some of which were very funny, some serious and more menacing. The song and dance routine was funny but didn't fit with the rest of it, but it didn't matter. We liked the small studio too so that everything was easy to see and hear and the proximity of the bar and toilets was a bonus. We were less keen on the dirt floor because a lot of dust was generated but could see that it was important for at least one of the pieces. Altogether an excellent evening.