About Us

Scripts for Supper: theatrical dining with a difference.

Scripts for Supper creates brand new adaptations of classic stories, and serves them alongside a bespoke menu inspired by the world of the play.

We’ve been creating our divine dinners since 2017. What started as a eureka moment in the middle of the night following Annie’s appearance on MasterChef in 2016 has become a 5*, sell out immersive dining experience that critics have called “phenomenal” (London Theatre 1), “truly magical” (Western Morning News) and “You’d be mad to miss it!” (Love Pop Ups London)

Our experiences fuse together theatre, food, music, song (and sometimes) dance, and take our diners on a culinary and theatrical journey.

Food is the ultimate sensory experience. It provides us with an endless array of smells, tastes, textures, and sounds, and if good theatre is food for the soul, then Scripts for Supper will leave both soul and tummy very well fed!

Annie McKenzie is the Artistic Director of Scripts for Supper. Actor, writer, director and chef, Annie graduated from the MA Acting course at East 15 in 2013, ahead of her appearance on the BBC’s MasterChef in 2016. Annie is passionate about creating devised, collaborative and organic work, and retelling classic stories in an original and dynamic way. Her adaptations for the company include Twelfth Night, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Wind in the Willows and Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. She has also written her own solo show, Happiness is a Cup of Tea, and recently appeared on Home Front on Radio 4.

Producer Jessica Rose McVay is a director, movement director, producer, and founder of Jessica Rose McVay Productions Ltd. She is a graduate of UCLA’s School of Theater Film and Television, and of Bristol Old Vic Theatre School where she earned her MA in Drama Directing, and won the Elsa Roberts Directing Award for her production of Sarah Kane’s Crave.

In the United States Jessica has worked on Broadway, Guthrie Theater, Victory Gardens Theater, Jungle Theatre, Children’s Theatre Company, Ars Nova, Balcony Theatre, and Open Eye Figure Theater. In the U.K. she has worked at the Bristol Old Vic, Redgrave Theatre, Wardrobe Theatre, Vaults Festival, Canal Café and White Bear Theatre. 

She is an Associate Member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society in the U.S., and a Member of Stage Directors U.K..