Cauliflower

Theatre (comedy, spoken word)

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Description

'There’s nothing like the taste of my Mum’s cauliflower cheese, the feeling of it sliding down my throat and into my belly, its great weight muttering comfort, I love you, you’re safe.' Ellie is twenty-three and feeding herself is a minefield. This comedic solo show blends storytelling, spoken word and music exploring food, growing up and our relationships with our mums. Award-winning writers Jemima Foxtrot and Leila Nashef present a quirky and poignant look at food, home and what we lose when we grow up.

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Broadway Baby (4/5 stars) 87 days ago

Leila Nashef is living on her own in London, away from Mum in Leeds for the very first time. In her one-women show Cauliflower, desk-lamp lighting and a comfy, low-hanging chair instantly bring us into a world of late-night takeaways and improvised cupboard-meals – a coming-of-age situation that most of...

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The Scotsman (3/5 stars) 90 days ago

In an animal-print onesie, Ellie, from Leeds, talks to us about her favourite junk foods. ...

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