Full Price: £14
Reduced capacity and socially-distanced seating | Age guidance 16+
A BRAND NEW comedy-and-cooking show for 2021 (was due to be 2020, but ya know…) from the award-winning stand-up who makes real gourmet food live on stage.
In his first show, ‘Anarchist Cook’, George made a meal in a hotel room with the complimentary appliances. In his second, ‘DIY Chef’, he was stuck in a shed cooking with tools. In this show he’s on the road! It’s time for Planes, Trains and Automob-meals (sorry).
During an evening of live cooking and laugh-out-loud comedy about making food on the move George demonstrates ways to procure items from the train buffet trolley, beat the rip-off restaurant prices at the airport and even shows you how to turn unexpected road-works into a picnic. It’s cheeky, anarchic and creative, a multi-sensory show rich in humour and sprinkled with handy hacks. Real gourmet food cooked live in the most unconventional ways and with the opportunity to taste the results at the end, provided you can stop laughing.
Clarifications on new Tier 2 restrictions from 2 December 2020:
1. Please book tickets for people in your household or support bubble only. You are no longer allowed to meet or socialise with friends or family from other households indoors (e.g. sitting together inside the auditorium or in the café).
2. Hospitality venues are not allowed to serve alcohol without a ‘substantial meal’ which means that we are unable to serve alcoholic drinks during evening performances.
We are pleased to be able to open our doors again and offer you performances in a safe environment. Due to current guidance, we are unable to allow groups of more than 6 to be sat together.
We will continue to review and manage any risks and to respond to changes in Government guidelines, keeping our staff trained, and our audience up to date as much as possible. Please read about our safety measures for some essential information about your visit. If you have any queries, do contact our Box Office team: [email protected]
'a culinary Bill Bailey, with chopping boards instead of keyboards. It is a multi-sensory delight' The Scotsman
'a hilarious show with surprisingly good food' The Times
'there is a mischievousness about Egg’s humour that is deeply loveable' The Guardian