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Geoff Sobelle

FOOD Wed 21 Feb – Sat 2 Mar His Majesty's Theatre $75 – $89
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Wed 21 Feb – Sat 2 Mar at His Majesty's Theatre, from $75 – $89

‘A feast for the mind and the senses.’


'In parts profound, intellectual and meaningful – and also shocking, humorous, visceral and even, at times, silly.'


You're invited to be a guest at this intimate dinner party performance on the stage of His Majesty's Theatre.

Gather around a huge white linen-covered dining table as sounds, scents and textures shape a conversation about personal memories, consumption and the evolution of food production over generations. Renowned clown and devotee of the sublime ridiculous Geoff Sobelle leads us through this immersive, constantly transforming performance, serving it up with stage illusion and a beautifully absurdist sense of humour.

Co-Creator, Performer & Co-Director
Geoff Sobelle
Steve Cuiffo
Lee Sunday Evans
Sound Designer
Tei Blow
Original Lighting Designer
Isabella Byrd
Lighting Designer
Devin Cameron
Chandelier Creator
Steven Dufala
Props Creators
Jessie Baldinger, Julian Crouch, Steve Cuiffo, Nathan (Pierre) Lemoine, Raphael Mishler, Connor O’Leary, Geoff Sobelle, Matthew Soltesz, Christopher Swetcky
Associate Sound Designer
Tyler Kieffer
Production Stage Manager
Kelsey Vivian
Assistant Stage Manager
Red Guhde
Production Manager/Technical Director
Chris Swetcky
Creative Producer
Jecca Barry
Time & Location

Wed 21 Feb – Sat 2 Mar

Mon – Sat 7.30pm His Majesty's Theatre, 825 Hay Street, Perth / Karboordup



  • General Admission

    • Adult: $89
    • Festival Club: $80
    • Concession: $75
    • Student Special: $29

Eligible for package discount

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  • Auslan interpreted performance Fri 23 Feb 7.30pm
  • Audio described performance Mon 26 Feb 7.30pm
  • Tactile tour available before the show on Mon 26 Feb 6.30pm
Connect Events

Post Show Q&A Fri 23 Feb

Stay in your seats after the performance to hear from creators and artists in a Q&A session.


Strict lockout: latecomers will not be admitted

No food provided


  • Commissioned by Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), Arizona State University – Gammage, FringeArts Philadelphia, Allen & Meghan Thorpe, and Garth Patil. Additional support provided by the Wyncote Foundation.
  • Developmental support provided by Mercury Store.


  • Maria Baranova

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