At The Feast the audience were fed and entertained at moveable tables by a cast of circus, cabaret and street artists, musicians and dancers. Innovative and highly popular, it was repeated with a new ensemble cast the following year in Feast 2.
16-page DL and A5 programmes
Theatre Not Cabaret
Andrew Broadley, then artistic director of The Albany Theatre, invited three 'maverick' gay cabaret artists to each develop and create a full length solo piece for the theatre.
4-page DL flyers – the first print-run used iridiscent metalic paper
4-page A5 programmes for all three artists
DL flyers for club nights
Continuuum Theatre Company
A partnership with Chinese theatre company Continuuum resulted in two shows, You Beat Me, I Love You and Hungry For It, both conceived and directed by Chinese actor and writer Hi Ching.