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Eating Jeff - NO TABLE showcase


Wednesday 2 February

A dark and absurdist dive into the depths of modern activism and the hypocrite in all of us,
Eating Jeff follows four disillusioned employees of a megacorporation as their dull team bonding games descend into achaotic journey of self-reflection.

Devised by NO TABLE, the piece draws on today’s shifting activism landscape as it clashes with growing feelings of despondency, nihilism, and powerlessness. Set in an all-too-familiar dystopian corporate world, Eating Jeff zooms in on the absurd idolatry for our billionaire overlords and the harmful ‘hustle culture’ they continue to breed.

Eating Jeff is presented as a rehearsed reading at the end of NO TABLE’s residency at the Blue Elephant, supported by the Idlewild Trust.

Tickets are Pay What You Can – ticket sales will go towards funding Eating Jeff at SPRINT Festival in March!

Additional Information:

Running Time: 50 minutes approx

The show is for ages 14 and over (anyone under 14 must be accompanied by an adult)

The show contains mentions of gore and violence.

If you have any access requirements, please contact us on 020 7701 0100 or Our theatre space is on the ground floor and is wheelchair accessible but our bar is upstairs and unfortunately is not.

Our bar and our box office open 45 minutes before each show starts.

Please do not be late as we may be unable to admit latecomers.

Covid-safety: We are operating at reduced capacity so there can be more space between audience members and we have recently installed a new ventilation system. It is now necessary by law to wear a mask in the theatre, unless you are exempt. We clean down and disinfect high touch points regularly and hand sanitiser/hand washing facilities are available as soon as you arrive at the theatre

Supported by

  • Idlewild Trust