Maya Productions
Súper Chefs

6-year-old Manny is making his very first guacamole for his dad’s welcome home dinner. It’s a good thing his mum Valeria is a professional chef and knows a song to help with the recipe.

Manny’s grandma is preparing the dessert, but Abuela doesn’t like boys in the kitchen – after all, it wasn’t like
that before. But Manny feels differently. Why can’t he become a chef? Or a superhero like Mighty Mujer? Or both?!

Join in and sing, dance, and cook with a Latin American family in London as they celebrate food, question gender roles and work together when the cooking plans are upended!


Please note, this show is programmed by SBC’s Youth Theatre of Sanctuary, in partnership with The Montgomery.

This show is part of Mini Mig Mat at the Monty, brought to you by Migration Matters Festival and The Montgomery.

About the company

Maya Productions makes diverse theatre to create change.

They bring together organisations and individuals who passionately want their work to enable social change and racial justice in the arts.


Running Time: 45 minutes
Dates & times

17 June • 16:00

Please note, tickets for this event are not for sale via The Montgomery.

Please direct any ticketing queries to the link provided below.


The venue does not currently have wheelchair access, and there are 3 stairs from pavement to foyer, and 32 stairs from foyer to theatre. We will be undertaking the building work to install a lift in 2023, but there is not currently a lift available at the venue.

We are dedicated to making your experience at The Montgomery as accessible as possible. If you or your child have any specific access requirements please contact and we will be more than happy to help make your visit more enjoyable.


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