Nigel Slater’s Toast returns home to The Lowry from 11th to 16th November.
Toast is a new play based on food writer and broadcaster Nigel Slater’s award-winning autobiography.
Recreating suburban England in the 1960s, Nigel’s childhood is told through the tastes and smells he grew up with and the audience with be enveloped by the evocative sights and sounds of cookery that defined the definitive moments of his youth.
Such a lovely review from David Guest. Thank you sir. I remain in constant awe at how the cast and crew cope so brilliantly with the logistics and eccentricities of arriving at a new theatre each week. Richmond this week, Brighton next. https://t.co/3S4UNEQsDd https://t.co/0Vzoq2aoWQ
— nigel slater (@NigelSlater) October 23, 2019
Originally produced by The Lowry for Week 53 festival, Toast is written by Henry Filloux-Bennett and stars Giles Cooper as Nigel Slater, Giles continues the role fresh from the West end run.
“I can’t wait to show audiences how far ‘Toast’ has come”
-Henry Filloux-Bennett, Writer of ‘Toast’
A cocktail has also been launched for one week only to co-inside with Toast returning to The Lowry.
Henry Filloux-Bennett said: “Having written ‘Toast’ whilst working at The Lowry, the fact that the production is coming back to there after its run at The Other Palace is so exciting.
“I can’t wait to show audiences how far ‘Toast’ has come.”
For more information visit the Lowry website.