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New food-themed family show heads to the East End

PUBLISHED: 09:00 13 October 2016

Cake tells the story of a knight trying to save a community within a large cake. Picture: Jack Lockhart

Cake tells the story of a knight trying to save a community within a large cake. Picture: Jack Lockhart

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Families with young children will be served a feast full of fun as a new play filled with delicious delicacies comes to the East End.

The snapping teeth that threaten to eat the cake. Picture: Jack LockhartThe snapping teeth that threaten to eat the cake. Picture: Jack Lockhart

The brand new production, titled cake, is an object-theatre show set in a kitchen and follows the adventures of a knight attempting to save the inhabitants of a large cake from hungry mouths.

The show, produced by Whalley Range All Stars, will be coming to the Half Moon Theatre, in Whitehorse Road, Limehouse, and is aimed at children aged 4 to 9-years-old and their families.

Chris Elwell, director of Half Moon, said: “We are delighted to raise the temperature at Half Moon Theatre on Saturday October 22 as we bring together all the vital ingredients for Cake, an enchanting adventure that takes you into the creamy centre of a delicious strawberry sponge cake to tell the tale of a community that lives inside it.

“Bring your appetites because this is going to be a scrumptious and intimate object-theatre show for all the family by the ever-excellent Whalley Range All Stars.”

The one-day only show will be running two performances on the day - one at 11am and the other at 2pm.

Tickets cost seven pounds and can be purchased by calling 020 7709 8900 or online at halfmoon.org.uk.


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