What if your food started talking back? Meet Lionel the lion. He’s just eaten a human called Mamoru. But Lionel has not chewed his food well. So, Mamoru’s alive and well in his stomach. Stuck in one body, the two become best friends.
Eaten invites children to the fascinating world of food chains, asking ‘What should we eat?’, and ‘Who should eat us?’
“SCIENTIFIC fact meets humorous invention” The Herald ★★★★
Take Me Somewhere is Glasgow’s new festival of contemporary performance, building on the legacy of The Arches, following its closure in 2015. The festival combines the best home-grown talent with some of the world’s most cutting-edge contemporary performers as part of an exciting programme of events. Take Me Somewhere aims to provide a crucial support structure to Scotland’s most innovative and exciting community of artists and makers. The inaugural festival in 2017 was a huge success with both critics and audiences, selling out at venues across Glasgow. takemesomewhere.co.uk