Thu 01 Jan 1970
Tea: how do you take yours? Milk no sugar. Milk in first. No milk at all? Builders, Earl Grey… Herbal?
Whats behind our choices? What defines our identity? Do we really fall into social tribes and if so, how far up the social ladder is our tribe? Can we climb higher?
Inspired by the tapestries of Grayson Perry, Taste is a delicious romp of a show with humour, irreverence and playfulness at its heart. Blending dance from choreographers Sally Knight (Cscape, Kneehigh) and Neil Paris (Fabulous Beast), and writing from Murray Lachlan Young (BBC Radio 2 & 4), Taste explores what defines our identity and ponders the intricacies behind our choices. As refreshing as your perfect cup of tea.
Taste performance is being brought to you by Pavilion Dance South Wests Strategic Touring Funded Project, Shift and Share. Shift and Share has been designed in collaboration with partner venues in the South West committed to bringing dance to more audiences in the South West and is being supported by Arts Council England.
Pre-order pie and mash when booking your ticket and have your whole evening out covered.
Pie & Mash Meal Deal ticket: £19 (£17) (includes meal and show ticket)
You can select your pie upon arrival. Visit the Pieminister website now to see what’s on offer.