What if your food started talking back? Eaten invites children and grown-ups to the fascinating world of the food web.
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What if your food started talking back? Meet Lionel the lion. He’s just eaten a human called Mamoru for lunch. Being very hungry, Lionel hasn’t chewed his food, so Mamoru is still alive and very well in his stomach, and now wants to say hello. A strange friendship between the eater and the eaten starts to grow. Meanwhile, Lionel’s breakfast wants to say hello... from his bottom!
Eaten invites children and grown-ups to the fascinating world of the food web. Eaten asks, what should we eat? And who should eat us?!
Eaten is the latest work from award-winning Edinburgh based performance maker and theatre designer Mamoru Iriguchi who also has a background in zoology. His works include 4D Cinema (Autopsy Award), One Man Shoe (The Place Prize Comission) and Projector/Conjector (selected: Aerwaves Spring Forward).
Directed by Eilidh MacAskill
Performed by Mamoru Iriguchi + Suzi Cunningham
12:15 2-27 August (except 7, 14, 21 Aug)
BSL-interpreted peformances: 19 & 22 Aug
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