Snacking In Shakespeare’s Time: What Theatregoers Ate At The Bard’s Plays

There were no dress circle lounges nor mezzanine bars 400 years ago. Back then, audience snacked on cold nibbles and ready-made street food from vendors they passed on their way to the performance…

Source: Snacking In Shakespeare’s Time: What Theatregoers Ate At The Bard’s Plays

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5 thoughts on “Snacking In Shakespeare’s Time: What Theatregoers Ate At The Bard’s Plays

    • I agree. There’s dinner theatre, of course. I don’t know how it works in the US but there’s a lovely fringe venue in London called the King’s Head and you eat in the tiny auditorium with chairs and tables before the show so you don’t have any of that last-minute rushing of the meal to get to the theatre on time because you’re already there!

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