Mouth-watering supper for the senses

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  • Tuesday, 01 Oct 2013

Eating out is often theatrical – and now one theatre company is turning their stage into a restaurant, with spectators as the diners.

FROM old-school silver platters and steak diane flambeed tableside, to contemporary open kitchens and infeasibly elaborate towers of food presented on designer plates, eating out has always had its theatrical elements. But these are mere dramatic flourishes compared to what will happen tonight when Theatre Damfino’s The Table Of Delights turns the Bristol Old Vic into a fusion of restaurant and theatre. Punters will be both spectators and diners, sitting centre stage at a nine-metre table alongside a top chef and a four-piece band.

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