Join James Ireland as they cook a vegan version of smoked salmon, using the ingredients to have a conversation about food history and human impact on the environment.
This isn’t the first ecological catastrophe we’ve created. 10,000 years ago, human societies across the world changed from hunter-gathering to agricultural lifestyles. We’d hunted our food off the face of the earth. James says we’re making another catastrophe now.
Join us for a look at our current practices of food consumption, one element of unsustainable modern life. Without changing our behaviour and our diets in the past, we wouldn’t be here — so what can we learn from that now? This work centres on a plant-based (vegan) recipe, but that’s just one part of the conversation.
Please note this show contains optional food consumption. Key allergens: gluten, soy, garlic, citrus (lemon). Cooking the Vegan Salmon of Knowledge premiered at Dublin Fringe Festival where it was the winner of the Axis Green Arts Award.
“Simple and thought provoking.” No More Work Horse
Our indoor theatre shows have limited capacity and we therefore ask you to book tickets in advance.
The Factory (9 Sep)
Applecart Arts (10 Sep)
Date & Time Slot:
9 Sep: 17:00
10 Sep: 16:30
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