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Nigella Lawson: Direct From London's West End

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. Now it’s time to meet the woman behind the cookbooks.


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 LAWSON will tour to Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch in January 2019, with tickets on sale Tuesday 30th October 2018.

“I’m very excited that Australia and New Zealand will be the first countries outside of the UK to see this show,” Nigella said. “I love the food and the people, and so I am delighted to be touring the country, meeting audiences and sharing our culinary stories.”

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, inviting culinary questions from the audience, with Nigella sharing her thoughts, food stories and insights into the role food plays in life, plus what she is eating and cooking now.

Entertaining and eminently articulate, Nigella is one of the world’s most intriguing stars: mother, former book reviewer (she became the deputy literary editor of The Sunday Times at the age of 26), TV host, award-winning author (her most recent best-seller, At My Table, is her 11th cookbook) and a compulsive collector of cookbooks.

For Nigella, food is a celebration of life – and New Zealand audiences have shared her passion for food and cooking via her top rating television shows Nigella: At My Table and Simply Nigella, as well as her regular appearances on MasterChef Australia.

An Evening with NIGELLA LAWSON will be an unforgettable experience.

An Evening with NIGELLA LAWSON

AUCKLAND
Tues 22 Jan, Auckland Town Hall
Book at Ticketmaster

WELLINGTON
Wed 23 Jan, Michael Fowler Centre
Book at Ticketmaster

CHRISTCHURCH
Fri 25 Jan, Isaac Theatre Royal
Book at Ticketek

Tickets on sale Tuesday 30 October

NigellaLiveOnStage.com

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