?Not for all the Tea in China? (NFATTIC) is a participatory outdoor theatre production from Chol Theatre. NFATTIC brings the audience into the world of a 1908 Edwardian Olympic tea-party with a difference ? a world where British identity is changing and assumed cultural values are being questioned.
The show was originally commissioned by Kirklees Council for the Olympic Games handover day on 24th August 2008. We subsequently developed the show during a summer 2009 pilot tour, adapting the piece in response to audiences from all walks of life. The pilot tour culminated with two performances at the Decibel Performing Arts Showcase 2009 in Manchester.
NFATTIC has been devised by director Andrew Loretto, designed by Emma Wee, choreographed by Lucy Cullingford and features a talented cast of six actors. We are now looking to build on the success of the pilot tour and are seeking partners and interested venues to help us develop summer tours for 2010-2012 in the lead up to the London