There’s more to kitchens than family recipes, and more to life than just following instructions given to you.
Jennie recently moved to London, inheriting an old makeshift kitchen from her distant relatives from a culture she never quite got to know. She uses it as an opportunity to learn more about herself and her family but when looking through old family recipes that have been passed down, Jennie encounters information that circles a hole that she’s been trying to cover up, an unwanted stain in her life she can’t quite get off the walls…
Packed with real stories, borrowed utensils, and secret ingredients, The Cardboard Kitchen Project is a cross-cultural one-woman play by Singaporean company FK Co-Lab.
Tickets £12 | Concessions £10
DIRECTED BY: Faezah Zulkifli
OTHER CREATIVES: Varshini / Aida Rocci
RUNNING TIME: 60 Mins (No Interval)
INSTAGRAM / FACEBOOK: @thefkcolab
The Cardboard Kitchen Project comes to the Lion & Unicorn Theatre as part of Camden Fringe.
The Camden Fringe is a performing arts festival, established in 2006, which takes place in Camden during August. Anyone and everyone is welcome to apply. Previous fringe events have encompassed new writing, opera, musicals, stand-up, sketch comedy, dance, cabaret, poetry, opera, mentalism, improvisation and Q&As.
The Camden Fringe was set-up as an alternative to Edinburgh Festival, offering performers the chance to try out new material and different ideas in a supportive setting with less time and financial commitments than EdFringe did at the time. The Camden Fringe aims to give anyone the chance to perform and showcase their talents, from very experienced performers and companies, to ambitious newcomers. Since 2006 the Camden Fringe has gained a reputation for supporting acts, providing helpful information and guidance for the acts involved.
For More information visit: www.camdenfringe.com
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