Political and personal issues are top of the menu, but behind the kitchen door something else far more sinister is cooking…

This is the world premiere of Anthony Horowitz ’s new comedy. Anthony is a hugely successful and prolific writer. He is the author of over 40 books including the best-selling Alex Rider series, the recent Sherlock Holmes novels, The House of Silk and Moriarty and the forthcoming James Bond novel Trigger Mortis. For TV he has written for Midsomer Murders and also created Foyle’s War.

Lindsay Posner  returns to the Chocolate Factory having previously directed Communicating Doors and Abigail’s Party. He recently directed the revival of Hay Fever currently running at the Duke of York’s.

Nathan Amzi  - theatre includes Urinetown (Apollo) and In the Heights (Southwark Playhouse).  He also appeared in the recent film of London Road.

Steven Berkoff is a prolific actor, director and writer, he was most recently on stage in An Actor’s Lament. His screen work includes War and Remembrance, Beverly Hills Cop, Octopussy and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.

Sanjeev Bhaskar  - is well known for his TV appearances including Mumbai Calling and Meet the Kumars.  Film includes Anita and Me and Notting Hill.

Ilan Goodman  - his recent credits include Bad Jews (Theatre Royal Bath and Arts Theatre) and Call the Midwife (BBC).

Rebecca Grant  - recent credits include Daisha Anderson (series regular) on Holby City (BBC), Prisoner's Wives, Seminar (Hampstead Theatre) and Around the World in Eighty Days (New Vic Theatre / Royal Exchange).

Shobu Kapoor is best known for her TV roles as Mrs Khan in Citizen Khan (3 series) and Gita in EastEnders. Theatre includes What Fatima Did (Hampstead) and Yerma (Arcola).