Nigel Slater’s Toast
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Nigel Slater’s Toast

Nigel Slater’s Toast London Reviews and Tickets

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About the Show

The award-winning autobiography by food writer, Nigel Slater is inventively adapted for the stage.

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Critic Reviews (5)

The Times (UK)
April 12th, 2019

...this winsome theatrical adaptation of Nigel Slater’s memoir of a childhood derailed would be hard to resist...it offers a nourishingly nostalgic sense of time and place.
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The London Evening Standard
April 10th, 2019

Jonnie Riordan’s bouncy production is fairly one-note; it’s an agreeable note, but it does try the patience after a time. Playful moments of fourth-wall breaking...are jolly at first, but become increasingly heavy-handed.
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The Telegraph (UK)
April 10th, 2019

There’s rather too much filling, not least in the form of some clumsy dream-like choreographed sequences, and it would have tasted better at a swift 90 minutes rather than two and a half hours. But a show that liberally dispenses walnut whips to its audience is hard not to love.
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Time Out London
April 12th, 2019

But where ‘Toast’ succeeds is in capturing the same intoxicating, engrossing pleasure of food that the real-life Slater turns into mouth-watering poetry in his cookbooks.
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London Theatre
April 9th, 2019

Whilst the production never quite manages to strike the tragic note that the plot would require, Toast is a fun celebration of food and how our childhood experiences of it shape us.
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