Forget Prince Harry and Meghan Markle – there’s some proper British Royalty coming to town, in the form of Domestic Goddess Nigella Lawson.
An undeniable Culinary Queen, the 58 year old Mother-of-Two, and much-adored cook and author will bring her West End show An Evening with Nigella Lawson to the Adelaide Festival Theatre, January 27 2019. (An International Celebrity NOT skipping Adelaide? As if I couldn’t love her any more…)
An interactive hour and a half will see Lawson share her culinary tale with beloved audiences, and allow for questions and discussion to ensue. Anyone who has witnessed any of her TV programs will know what a delightful, witty and intriguing character she is, and what a fascinating night this promises to be. Quite frankly, she could simply read the dictionary and still captivate me (no, just me?!)
Her life is a celebration of food, and her food is a celebration of life.
Tickets go on sale Monday, October 29 at 9am from here.
All images via Adelaide Festival Centre
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