Cook

by Nassim Soleimanpour and Jesper Pedersen | Presented by the Bush Theatre in association with Aurora Nova
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Dear audience,

Sadly we can’t reveal that all that much about this one. It would sour the experience for both you and the actor. To whet your appetite, however, we can say that Cook is about food, stories and community.

Nassim Soleimanpour’s latest work involves cooking a recipe on stage in a story of how food brings ingredients and people together. A new actor takes to the stage fresh each night having never before seen the script. A charming new show with a taste of philosophical questions.

Cook is a collaboration created by the Iranian dramatist Nassim Soleimanpour and the Danish dramatist/director Jesper Pedersen. It will be performed for one night only by comedian Mark Thomas.
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The 4. Wall (Danish translation)
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