A transfixing tale of reason, compulsion and complacency
Told in a rich and saucy Scottish dialect with physical verve, a wee dram of whisky to oil the way, and a musical score that rolls in like mist over the hills: this is a story about a man who could not stop eating, a woman doomed to cook his meals, and one ‘inveesible child’. Acclaimed Scottish writer/performer Sarah Cameron creates an innovative visual piece of work that aims to drag you in its mystifying ways. It's shows like this one that make London the land of creative opportunity. Over 18s only. Seating is unreserved so we recommend getting there early to grab a good spot.
‘Innovative and anarchic.’