Let me start you off with, "An Evening Of Meat" - a "powerful conceptual dining experience that explores the all-fours position" presented by "American multi-hyphenate artist-cumentrepreneur, Kate March." Key quote: "As guests sink their teeth into a six course dinner, they are confronted with performers struggling to reach the vertical position." The bullshit begins: Launching at The Vaults in Waterloo on the 27th March 2018, An Evening of Meat is a unique and provocative dinner installation: a feast of femininity where expressive dance and indulgent food meet to thoroughly inundate all the senses. Having gained a cult following across the world, American director Kate March along with her all-female creative collective, I AM, brings her unique mixture of choreography, performance art and food to London for a limited run this Spring. Featuring a fine-dining menu and dancers using a table as a stage, An Evening Of Meat is a powerful conceptual dining experience that explores the all-fours position. As guests sink their teeth into a six course dinner, they are confronted with performers struggling to reach the vertical position. The dancers explore various aspects of the on-all-fours position, such as vulnerability, strength, stability, sensuality, power, domestication, and unbridled wildness. In this exploration in femininity, the audience and performer build a unique relationship, and as the diner becomes part of the dancer’s struggle, screaming for her to stand up, she in turn destabilises their gaze and becomes more than just a piece of meat on the table. Following from hugely successful runs in Asia, Europe and Australia, American multi-hyphenate artist-cumentrepreneur, Kate March is going full circle and returning to the city where she first conceived An Evening Of Meat. Based now between Hong Kong and New York City, Kate completed an MA in choreography in London, and it was here that she began exploration of the all fours position, placing performers on tables and creating a powerful collision of the culinary, performance and fashion worlds. She began creating conceptual dining experiences in Dalston and reinventing ‘dinner theatre’ which lead to the eventual creation of I AM. Kate says: “I AM performances have brought me around the world, allowing me to engage with diverse audiences and to experiment with innovative concepts. Returning to London to share my creative evolution with this audience is more meaningful than words can express -- I can't wait to let my body do the talking.” This show will feature a menu created by Michelin trained Head Chef Chavdar Todorov. Featuring six courses, every dish has been designed to tempt and tantalise the senses. With a complementary wine and cocktail list, the menu will, of course, have a strong focus on meat, while also featuring vegetarian options, as well as fish and seafood courses. Tickets from £35 - £60.