A man and a woman sit down to breakfast in late-1940s Paris.
Comedic and touching, Breakfast is inspired by the poetry of Jacques Prévert and the silent films of Buster Keaton. This is a nostalgic story about courtship and loss, told without a single word, scored live by piano and accordion.
With glorious music, striking visuals, and electric physical comedy, Breakfast is an ode to essential human intimacy.
Breakfast premiered at VAULT Festival earlier this year, where it won the Festival Spirit Award.
Devised and performed by Marah Stafford and Nicholas Hart, with live music by folk singer Ben Murray (nominated for Best Original Song at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards) and lighting design by Gregory Jordan.
Want to know more about Wilson & Hart?
Wilson & Hart is a London-based theatre company that strives to create visually-striking theatre, born out of collaboration, driven by movement, and devoted to exploring the socio-political
nuances of non-verbal communication. We also regularly devise and direct immersive theatre for the Royal Academy of Arts’ RA Lates.