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Performance dates & times

Available to stream on demand from 5 November 2020, 7pm (AEDT) until 7 November 2020, 7pm (AEDT)


Running Time Approximately 1 hour 10 minutes

Price range

Note: This event is a digital stream hosted on Vimeo. As you progress through your purchase you will see terminology relating to choosing your seat and receiving your tickets. Please disregard this. All information on how to view this stream will be emailed to you within the 24 hours prior to the stream going live.

For assistance during ticket purchase, please contact Arts Centre Melbourne Box Office on 1300 182 183.

Stream + Book
$55.00 (incl delivery)

'Cook, Eat, Repeat' is due for publication in Australia mid-November. Dymocks will commence shipping pre-orders from the publication date.


Stream only
$20.00

All online orders are subject to a Service Charge of up to $4.00 per order, plus any optional additional postage charges

Arts Centre Melbourne Members do not pay the $4.00 Service Charge when booking tickets online. Join today to enjoy this saving and other benefits of membership!

You will be required to create an account with Vimeo in order to view the stream. Instructions on how to do this will be emailed to you within 24 hours of the event going live. If you have any technical issues please contact faneonline@fane.co.uk

Internationally renowned food writer and TV cook Nigella Lawson has eleven bestselling books to her name and several successful TV series.

Now, her approach to cooking has never been more relevant, serving up an abundance of inspiration for every generation.

Join Nigella, interviewed by journalist and arts broadcaster Tom Sutcliffe for this exclusive online event as she shares the rhythms and rituals of her kitchen to celebrate the publication of Cook, Eat, Repeat - a delicious and delightful combination of recipes intertwined with narrative essays about food, all written in Nigella’s engaging and insightful prose.

Nigella will explore how cooking is a personal, intuitive and connecting process, how one meal idea leads to another, and how one ingredient can spawn a multitude of ideas and recipes. Whether asking ‘What is a Recipe?’ or making ‘A Loving Defence of Brown Food’, Nigella’s wisdom about food and life comes to the fore.



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