Cooking up and writing my books makes me very happy, but what makes it all come truly alive for me is meeting you, my readers. Food plays such an important part in all our lives, and I’m always greedy for the conversation, indeed the many conversations, to be had around it. Food is the story of what it is to be human: it’s not just about what we eat, but how we live. And this is what my short tour, An Evening with Nigella Lawson, is all about.
I’ll be pitching up in various theatres across England, Scotland and Ireland (Wales is not part of this leg) talking about food, and my life in the kitchen, fielding questions from a variety of great interviewers and, of course, you in the audience. This Autumn marks 20 years since How to Eat was first published, my very first book, and a book that has utterly changed my life. For all that cooking has stayed a constant in my life, much has changed in the food landscape since then, too, and there is so much to talk about. There always is! Please come and be part of the conversation. To see which theatres I will be appearing at, and book tickets click on this link.