To me Nigella Lawson was the first cook who actually made cooking vaguely interesting. Was it the way she used a plethora of sexy adjectives to describe food or did she just make it look so easy and tasty with the appetising recipes she served up? Whatever it was, she is one of the most successful food writers of all time, having sold more than ten million cookbooks worldwide, teaching us How To Eat and How To Be A Domestic Goddess.
With a background in journalism, Nigella started work as a book reviewer and restaurant critic, later becoming the deputy literary editor of The Sunday Times in 1986. After embarking on a career as a freelance journalist for a number of newspapers and magazines, she released her first cook book ‘How to Eat’ in 1998 selling 300,000 copies.
From cook books to hosting her own cooking show on TV, Nigella has been enticing us with food for years and now she is coming to Australia for her very own live show.
Direct from London’s West End, An Evening with NIGELLA LAWSON is Nigella’s brand-new show, where she tells her own remarkable culinary story, live on stage.
Nigella is one of the most talked-about celebrities in the world, but now she’s doing the talking. An Evening with NIGELLA LAWSON is interactive and intimate, allowing the audience to ask questions, with Nigella sharing her thoughts, food stories, and insights into what she’s eating and cooking now.
An Evening with NIGELLA LAWSON will be an unforgettable experience.
Adelaide | Sunday 27 January | Festival Theatre
Perth | Tuesday 29 January | Riverside Theatre
Sydney | Saturday 2 February | Sydney Opera House Concert Hall
Canberra | Monday 4 February | Royal Theatre
Hobart | Wednesday 6 February | Wrest Point Entertainment Centre
Melbourne | Saturday 9 February | Hamer Hall
Newcastle | Friday 1 February | Newcastle Civic Theatre
Brisbane | Sunday 10 February | QPAC Concert Hall