“What we have now is a way of translating something very important and very scary to a lot of people,” said Professor Chris Elliott in an interview after he’d seen the world premiere of The Hand That Feeds; A musical about food crime in Birmingham Bullring one sunny Saturday afternoon in May 2016: Continue reading →
The second stage will be to create 10-12 households. Think of them like the sketches of different households you see in the media after the Chancellor’s budget, there to illustrate the effects of it on different demographic and social groups.
We hope to have these completed by the end of the summer. (What summer, I hear you ask on this chill, grey April day . . . )
The third stage will be to devise some form of ‘narrativium’ which will interweave these different characters we’ve devised into an arts production. We have little idea of what and the how of this, perhaps a series of stories, perhaps a piece of theatre, perhaps . . .
@QUBFoodProf Are you aware of the company's use of the word 'classic' when they reintroduced the original formula after the failure of 'New Coke' (de-cocainised) introduced in the mid-80s to distance themselves from the cocaine industry?
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