31 January 2011
Staff and students are invited to attend a performance of Napoleon’s Omelette, a cross-Faculty initiative in which a group of Level 2 Drama students are performing a live show, set in a kitchen, in an actual kitchen, at the Food Academy in the IM Marsh Campus.
Head Chef Susan Bracewell is a perfectionist. There’s no room for mistakes in her world of soufflé, truffles, and simply but precisely prepared salmon in a light basil sauce. Though surrounded by wide a selection of piquant characters, Susan is stuck in her own world, not even accessible to the psychiatrist her boss has compelled her to see. But then a tragic accident turns Susan’s secluded world upside down. Will her life boil over, or will a new arrival in the kitchen turn this sour tale sweet?
Rich with emotion and drizzled with a spicy sense of humour, Napoleon’s Omelette offers you the finest ingredients for a mouth-watering treat.
There are four performances of Napoleon’s Omelette: 3pm and 7pm on Friday 11 February and Saturday 12 February.
If you’d like to come along please book by emailing Dr James Frieze: firstname.lastname@example.org