‘Sex, Food and The King - what more could you ask for?'
Cooking with Elvis is an explosively funny shock to the system and definitely not for the prudish! A tragic farce about domestic turmoil, sex, loss, regret...and cooking!
First performed in 1999, winning accolades from audiences and critics alike at the Edinburgh Festival, writer Lee Hall (of Billy Elliot fame), gives the script a wicked, darkly comic feel, combining pathos and humour, making this thoughtful romp hotter than an Elvis hip swivel!
Perfect theatrical fare for dark autumn nights!
"Lee Hall has included everything a comedy should have in his landmark play...it is a classic of its time." The Stage
Strictly over 18s only. Contains strong language and adult content.
£11 / £8