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Tuesday, 2 February 2016

Last words and last meal gives audience something to tuck into

If you've wondered what Marilyn Monroe or Elvis’s last words were, or what the final meal of a condemned prisoner tastes like, then a unique show at Scarborough's Stephen Joseph Theatre might help.

Part performance, part meal, The Last Supper is billed as an intimate dinner, on-stage in The Round auditorium, for 39 guests who will hear the last words and thoughts of the departed and be served a mixture of dishes.

The show has been performed worldwide by Anglo-Belgian company Reckless Sleepers, which has been producing contemporary performances for over 20 years. The company creates original theatre pieces, installation projects and interventions for theatres, galleries, museums and projects to entertain and challenge audiences, viewers and participants.

The Last Supper can be seen at the theatre at 6pm and at 8.30pm on Sunday 14 February as part of this year’s annual Scarborough arts festival, Coastival. Further information:

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