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A blisteringly funny play about what we eat and who we love, exploring class, queerness, cultural appropriation and the cost of gentrification.
Lori is a chef. Bex waits tables. One night in a walk-in fridge and the rest is history.
Lori wants to teach Bex about the finer things in life, but what’s the point when the system is rigged? After all, no-one on minimum wage has headspace to make their own yoghurt.
‘You want to swoop in and whisk me off to this brave new world of matcha powder and sourdough and reclaimed floorboards. And what if I’m happy as I am?’
Content warning: Strong language and use of flashing lights
Trigger warning: References to eating disorders, death of a parent
Captioning available for all performances via a tablet
Relaxed performances: Sat 23 Jul, 3.15pm and Wed 27 Jul, 7.15pm
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'Bush’s writing is layered and spellbinding.'
'multilayered tale of bittersweet love and class entrenchment.'
'A complex vision of class exerting control.'
'A real treat to watch.'