A Palestinian woman takes a striking photograph of a boy. A journalist steals the image for an unrelated article. A blogger is moved to tears by the article and posts a tribute. An SEO specialist makes the blogger’s tribute go viral. Now all four are caught in a media storm, in a whirring story that moves from reality into dark fantasy as the algorithms spin to deliver ‘what people want’.

Welcome to the stimulating world of Feed, where emotions are the currency, and your passions and fantasies will be indulged… for a price.

After the sell-out success of The Marked, (“A rollercoaster ride” ★★★★★ – British Theatre Guide), and The Fantasist, (“Achingly beautiful…incredible stagework that will blow you away” – The Sunday Times), Témoin return, bringing their vibrant visual style to the world of clickbait culture, fake news and cyber gluttony.

Feed has been developed and researched with groups of young people through digital media workshops in partnership with Tactical Technology, The Lowry Contemporary Company, Stagedoor Learning, Roundhouse Young Poets, Ovalhouse Young Associates, and New Horizons.

Theatre Témoin in co-production with The Lowry and Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham and with support from Arts Council England and The Charles Irving Trust.

See Tour Dates for January – February 2020 Tour.



Cast and Crew

Cast and Crew

Devising Cast: Jonathan Peck, Louise Lee, Esmee Marsh, Yasmine Yagchi

Director: Ailin Conant

Creative Producer: Fiona Mason

Contributing Playwrights: Eve Leigh, Erin Judge

Consultant Dramaturg: Chris Thorpe

Movement Director: Dorie Kinnear

Set and Costume Design: Helen Coyston

Sound Design and Composition: Ross Flight

Lighting Design: Aaron Dootson

Production/Stage Manager: Ina Berggren

Assistant Director: Chris Yarnell

Media Consultant: Michelle Masden

Additional R&D Cast: Nisa Cole, Nina Cassells

Additional R&D Playwrights: Anthony Anaxagorou, Tristan Fynn-Aiduenu

PR: Chloé Nelkin Consulting

Graphic Design: Rebecca Pitt



Claire Symonds, Paul Milton, Anthony Gray, Tactical Technology, The Lowry Contemporary Company, Stagedoor Learning, Roundhouse Young Poets, Ovalhouse Young Associates, and New Horizons.



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Photos: Nathan Chandler

Press Quotes

THE LIST: Best Physical Theatre to See
THEATRE WEEKLY: Top 10 Pick of the Fringe
MILLENIAL LONDON: Five Shows to See at ED Fringe 2018
BLOOP Magazine: 5 of the must-see Fringe Theatre Shows at Edfringe 2018“Theatre Temoin have certainly shown me not just one of the most interesting, beguiling and bizarre plays I’ve seen at the Fringe but it may actually be one of the best plays that I have ever seen in my life!”
Radio Summerhall

“Thrilling. Theatre Témoin knows how to push limits.”

“Toys with the audience, turning them into incidental witnesses and accomplices in what could essentially be a live episode of Black Mirror.”
~ Broadway Baby ★★★★★

“Feed is an innovative, disturbing, sharply relevant piece that implicates viewers in the content they watch. “
The Spy in the Stalls ★★★★

“This extraordinary production melds expert sound with a nuanced and genuine storyline.”
The Reviews Hub ★★★★½

“A witty script that lets loose some powerful punches along the way. Be prepared for the unexpected.” 
~ British Theatre Guide ★★★★

“Ingenious… unflinching… Prepare to be uncomfortable.”
~ The Wee Review ★★★★

“A compelling and timely play…a thought provoking and clever piece of theatre…” ~ Lisa Williams 
~ The Mumble ★★★★

“Bizarre and discomforting yet hilarious. Feed will take you to places that make you lose all sense of reality.”
Voice Magazine ★★★★

“Today’s society operates largely on an ‘attention economy’ born of digital over-exposure and emotional desensitisation…Feed brings it home in a way that is visceral and affecting. ”
~ Theatre Box Blog ★★★★

“This is a terrific production, inventive and controversial.”
~ Kryztoff ★★★★

“An excellent show…creative, innovative, well-performed and directed, a complete show that entertains and informs!”
~ FringeReview – Highly Recommended

“Theatre Témoin are known for tackling urgent topical issues in their own signature style, and Feed is no exception.”
~ The Blog of Theatre Things
‘Darkly humorous & deeply unsettling’


The Stage: Ailin Conant Opinion piece.
Broadway Baby: Interview with Ailin Conant, Eve Leigh & Erin Judge
Theatre Fullstop: Interview with Eve Leigh
Edinburgh 49+3: Interview with Ailin Conant
Westend Wilma: Interview with Louise Lee
The LIST: Interview with Ailin Conant

Tour Dates

Feed Public Tour Dates

Feed  is on tour in January and February 2020.


Information for Venues

Feed will be touring regionally in January and February 2020. Theatres and Arts Organisations wishing to be included in the tour should contact Fiona Mason  at: