Presented By LAStheatre

The Rascally Diner

Part of Greenwich Fair, On Your Doorstep: Eltham and Healing Together

28, 29 August & 11 September

What to Expect: Great for Kids


Everybody clap your pans – it’s time for The Rascally Diner! Cook up a stink as part of Rufus Skumskins O’Parsleys’ kitchen crew or bring a pot to bang and ward off evil cakes in this fun-filled, messy performance that gently explores food and healthy eating in a silly, song-filled, riotous performance for everyone aged 5+.

Image by Alex Brenner

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BSL Flyer

BSL Character Intros

Site Access

Site Access information is available on the Greenwich Fair | Healing Together page.

Show Access


  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Assistance Dogs Welcome
  • Audio Description
  • BSL interpreted (Greenwich Fair)
  • Relaxed Introduction

Access content will be available online via your mobile phone. Please bring a charging pack if you are concerned about battery use.


Large-print and Easy Read versions of the festival brochure will be available to download in advance or to pick up on the day. Visit our Access page for more information.

Content & Trigger Warnings: There are some loud noises and pots and pans making noise.

BSL interpreted description and Audio Description about the show coming soon.

Where to find it

The Rascally Diner will be performed at:

On Your Doorstep: Eltham – Well Hall Pleasaunce, Eltham, SE9 6SN | 28 August

Greenwich Fair – King Charles Lawns, Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, SE10 9NN | 29 August

Healing Together – Royal Victoria Gardens, North Woolwich, E16 2FH | 11 September


Well Hall Pleasaunce, Eltham

28 August

King Charles Lawns

29 August

Royal Victoria Gardens

11 September

About the company

LAStheatre is an award-winning theatre company based in the UK. They create layered, urgent, heart-driven stories that engage people of all ages. Their shows tackle important and complex ideas in surprising, joyous and participatory ways; harnessing puppetry, live music, circus and immersive technologies. Working with children and young people in schools and community settings is an integral part of their creation process. For each of their productions, they work directly with their audience to embed their thoughts and ideas into the fabric of their shows. Since 2012, over a quarter of a million people have seen a LAStheatre show – their work has been described as ‘spellbinding’ (Manchester Evening News), ‘powerful’ (The Scotsman), ‘atmospheric’ (The Herald), ‘fascinating’ (BBC) and ‘thrillingly immediate’ (FT).

Supported by

LAStheatre presents, The Rascally Diner inspired by The Rascally Cake by Jeanne Wilis and Korky Paul. This production is supported by Without Walls and commissioned by Just So Festival. Created with support from Arts Council England and artsdepot.

GDIF is supported by Arts Council England, Royal Greenwich Festivals, Royal Docks, Newham Unlocked and Without Walls.

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