The Table of Delights

Last week, our Studio was transformed into a venue for fine dining, with a side order of theatrical imaginings from the extraordinary Theatre Damfino.

In case you didn’t make it, here’s what you missed:

Theatre Damfino The Table Of Delights. CLICK :

“The Table of Delights was a highly entertaining and unmissable feast of the senses with great food to boot” 5/5, The Bristol Post

“Well-worked, entertaining, enlightening and full of fun with the added bonus of a slap-up meal” Bristol Culture

“this theatre of food, with ingredients taking centre stage, is a wonderful experience. Dining out I fear, will never be the same again” With Mustard

The orchestra plays chords of sweet spice,
In the wings vegetables tremble with stage fright,
A cruel chef sharpens his knives in the spotlight
and our hungry audience is centre stage…

Back from a critically acclaimed run in New York, Theatre Damfino (whose Tristan Sturrock and musician Benji Bower you may have seen at Bristol Old Vic in Peter Pan last Christmas) cooked up a new night out, alongside two of Bristol’s favourite, award-winning chefs, Flinty Red’s Matt Williamson and Claire Thomson.

Together, they blended the finest ingredients of music, food, theatre and wine into a unique and mouth-watering supper for the senses.

Theatre Damfino’s website

@tableofdelights / @theatredamfino

Photography by Steve Tanner


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