Cooked (by Christopher Adams)

The Bread & Roses Theatre

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19:30 - 20:45 (doors at 19:30)
£10 - £13

Miranda Conquest is Britain’s top celebrity chef. One problem: she can’t cook. When her marriage sours and her secret is splashed all over the media, she has no choice but to get serious in the kitchen. Cooked is a dark comedy exploring celebrity culture, control, and how best to get even in the kitchen…

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The Bread & Roses Theatre
68 Clapham Manor Street, London, SW4 6dz

Nearest station:
Clapham North (Tube)


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The Bread & Roses Theatre

An innovative and award-winning fringe pub theatre in Clapham.

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Cooked was clever and funny. We enjoyed the simple set, quick-witted dialogue and the intimate space. The attached pub is re-opening soon (possibly already?) and that will add another reason to go back to the theatre. Laurel visited The Bread & Roses Theatre on 11 May 2016
22 May 2016 by

This short play was seriously funny with a serious message. It was well acted and tightly written. Brilliant use of a small space to imply different locations. We all really enjoyed it very much. Anthony visited The Bread & Roses Theatre on 02 Apr 2016
16 May 2016 by

Sharp, quick witted and a perfect way to spend a Friday night in this intimate and very 'different' environment above the pub. I would definitely recommend for a relaxing and easy going evening. Mike visited The Bread & Roses Theatre on 13 May 2016
16 May 2016 by

Sharp, hilarious, and terrifyingly astute. One of the best theatre trips I've had in a long time. Can't believe it only ran for two weeks and I hope it has another life somewhere else! Amy visited The Bread & Roses Theatre on 25 Apr 2016
15 May 2016 by

Very funny, if dark, and believable. Excellent performances by both of the cast, who steered just clear of caricature and managed real emotional punch. Especially enjoyed Pia Fitzgerald's dream sequences which achieved a perfect blend between the surreal and the mundane. All in all, a well cooked meal with a number of interesting, contrasting and tasty courses. Veronica visited The Bread & Roses Theatre on 17 Mar 2016
09 May 2016 by

Superbly paced, structured and scripted dark comedy about celeb culture, with a good dose of gender concerns thrown in. We really enjoyed this and will be keen to see what Christopher Adams comes up with next. Such taut, barbed dialogue, performed with suitable hints of madness and approaching frenzy by the onstage duo of Timothy Allsop (who also directs -- and very well!) and Pia Fitzgerald as Miranda Conquest, the cook who can't. Highly recommended. Nigel visited The Bread & Roses Theatre on 05 May 2016
08 May 2016 by

Witty and dark, "Cooked" is punchy and delightfully entertaining. Brilliant performances by the two lead actors make this show an unpredictable, fast-paced thrill. "Cooked" is a story of love, deception and bittersweet vindication that packs a few twists and turns along the way. Would highly recommend! K visited The Bread & Roses Theatre on 17 Apr 2016
08 May 2016 by

Funny and trenchant and surprisingly nuanced. The comic timing of the two leads is spot on. The denouement was very satisfying and the turning point was really delightful. Recommended A+! Helen visited The Bread & Roses Theatre on 27 Apr 2016
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