*please note – online sales will close at 5pm the day prior to the events.  If there are any tickets available they will be sold at the door at the event.

From Copenhagen to London, Edinburgh Fringe and sold-out shows at the Adelaide Fringe, multi award-winning performer, singer, entertainer and cook, Michelle Pearson is coming to regional SA for the first time to dish up a delicious cabaret for all the senses.

While feeding her audience gorgeous morsels from a Mediterranean menu, Michelle takes you on a hilarious and heart-warming journey in COMFORT FOOD CABARET.

With her seasoned musicians, Australia’s singing cook presents a recipe of live music storytelling and cooking featuring jazz, rock and pop from Etta James to Cold Chisel whilst celebrating local produce in this musical food cabaret sensation.

Join the party for a bite sized taste of Michelle’s Mediterranean culture and personal experiences. This is a night of indulgence as Michelle takes dinner and a show to a whole new level in this musical foodie experience.

 

“It’s part cabaret, part cooking lesson, part feast, and all party.” The Advertiser

“Magnificent.” Edinburgh Deadline News

“Pearson gives Nigella Lawson a run for her money! Sensual and pitch perfect, with a belt to envy.” Stage Whispers

 

Check out the trailer below for a taste of Comfort Food Cabaret.

Suitable for ages 14+

This event can cater to vegetarian, vegan, gluten free and dairy free dietary requirements.

For any other requirements please contact the event organiser prior to purchasing.
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Comfort Food Cabaret is supported by

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