For sold out performances, please call for returns. Standing tickets will also be available on the day for £10 - book them over the phone or at the Box Office.
Watch clips from the show & hear why audiences love Feast
"Electrifying and pioneering, brilliantly directed, dazzling"
Independent on Sunday
"Spectacular... the audience went wild"
"One of the most extraordinary events in town... phenomenal music and vibrant dance"
"Triumphant… an exhilarating experience"
"A joyous, exuberantly entertaining and irreverent hit"
Mail on Sunday
"Wonderfully surprising, funny and moving"
FEED YOUR SPIRIT. FREE YOURSELF.
Three sisters separated by a mischievous trickster whose greatest pleasure comes from creating chaos. Only an epic journey across continents and centuries can reunite them.
Vibrant music, dazzling dance and featuring a stunning company including Olivier Award winner Noma Dumezweni, Young Vic regular Kobna Holdbrook-Smith, drummer Sola Akingbola of Jamiroquai and world renowned dancers. A once-in-a-lifetime production that celebrates the world’s most spirited culture.
Wednesday & Saturday matinees (not 26, 30, Jan, 2 & 20 Feb): 2:30pm
On Tuesday 5 Feb there will be a post-show discussion with director Rufus Norris, writer Gbolahan Obisesan, and company member Noma Dumezweni.
Tickets: £10, £19.50, £25, £30
Previews: (25 - 31 Jan) £10, £15, £19.50
A limited number of discounts are available for each performance. Early booking is advised.
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The Cut Bar & Restaurant at the Young Vic serves an inspired mix of classic and original play-themed dishes create an exciting menu from fresh, free-range and organic ingredients.
Exeunt meet the five writers of Feast to discuss collaborating across languages, cultures and countries
"There's a party going on," The Guardian in the Feast rehearsals - jamming musicians, world-renowned dancers and in the middle of it all, director Rufus Norris
"Yoruba is a bit like hip hop" says one of the Feast writers Gbolahan Obisesan, read the full interview in the Metro
The Financial Times meets the director Rufus Norris and the team of writers to talk about the beginning of Feast, ancient belief systems and representing it all on stage
Playwright Gbolahan Obisesan's interview with Vox Africa TV
The Evening Standard go behind the scenes of the Feast rehearsals
Rufus Norris' film Broken wins top prize at British Independent Film Award
Baz Bamigboye announces the cast of Feast in his weekly column for the Daily Mail (near the end of the page)
Direction Rufus Norris
Design Katrina Lindsay
Light Paule Constable
Video Lysander Ashton for 59 Productions
Sound Paul Arditti
Choreography George Cespedes
Arrangements Sola Akingbola & Michael Henry
Musical Direction Michael Henry
Artistic Producer Elyse Dodgson
Casting Amy Ball
Translation Mark O'Thomas & Simon Scardifield
Jerwood Assistant Director
Yanet Fuentes Torres
Ira Mandela Siobhan
Read more about the cast on our blog.