Eat to the Beat’s Glastonbury 2019 in numbers
When it comes to festivals, they don’t come much bigger or more globally renowned than Glastonbury.
Cirque du Soleil is the largest theatrical producer in the world. Their shows invoke the imagination, provoke the senses and evoke the emotions of people around the world. Eat to the Beat have been touring round the world with Cirque since 2009 feeding the performers and crew.
People might think that they set out to reinvent the circus; but this is exactly what they did. But things did not happen that way. René Dupéré, music composer for 10 Cirque du Soleil shows said that they were a bunch of crazy people who wanted to do things, and little by little they came to a vision of what the modern circus could be. Each show is a striking, dramatic mix of circus arts (without animals) and street performance that features wild, outrageous costumes, magical lighting, and original music.
Eat to the Beat have embraced the foundation and approach of Cirque du Soleil. Each performer is a physically fit athletes with a high level of individual preparation, good stage presence and a willingness to push limits. Eat to the Beat design a nutritionally balanced diet which is crucial to the athletes performance.
Our dedicated team that tour with the Cirque team ensure balanced meals are packed full of flavor and nutrients; this is done by selecting the freshest market produce available at each location; ok… a few sweet treats are provided too!
“The staff were highly skilled, fully motivated and all-round great people to work with. They delivered tasty meals that varied on a daily basis. Our cast and crew of 100 raved about them even after a year.”
Cirque Tour Manager
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