Jo Tomalin talks to performers and co-creators Sally Boon and Neil Broughton, and Tim Lang, Professor of Food Policy, Centre for Food Policy, Department of Sociology, School of Arts & Social Sciences, City, University of London about political comedy, food, Brexit and Drowning Not Waving.
“A DJ. A raver. A professor of Food Policy. A joyous romp of a live art, performance lecture experience, combining a heady mix of early 90s rave culture with the biggest political issue of our time. You will be raving in the aisles whilst turning for your soap box. Happily subverting the accepted norms, Drowning not Waving is a slap to the farce of the entire Brexit pantomime. Interlaced with Professor Tim Lang’s pressing proclamation on Brexit’s effect on the food we consume and the rise and fall of Britain’s food membership of the European Union.”