After its sell-out seasons at Sydney Festival and Asia TOPA in 2020 and OzAsia Festival 2021, CAAP’s sumptuous night at the theatre, is hitting the road. Touring to NSW and Victoria – including regional and metro venues in both states – Double Delicious is once again set to deliver audiences double the experience: the unique opportunity to both hear and taste the story.
Five stellar storyteller-cooks reveal the secrets behind the dishes that have been significant in their lives., including Australia’s leading Korean cooking instructor, popular TV chef, and friend of Asian Inspirations, Chef Heather Jeong.
Heather teaches culinary at the Korean Cultural Centre, and cooking workshops at the Korean Embassy. She also appears regularly on SBS’s Food Safari and Kitchen Conversations, Network 10’s Cook’s Pantry, ABC’s Simon Marnie show, and even Korean TV channels like KBS and YTN. A funny and charming storyteller, Heather is set to tell her intimate story with rich Korean flavours, live at Double Delicious.
Sour, salty, bitter and sweet, each story culminates in an authentically recreated taster of the storyteller’s chosen dish so the audience can “eat the story”.
The Double Delicious tour begins on 11 May at The Art House, Wyong and finishes back in Sydney as part of Willoughby City Council’s newly launched Culture Bites’ program at The Concourse, Chatswood. Get your ticket now!
Tour dates and locations:
11 – 14 May: The Art House Wyong, NSW
18 – 21 May: Bunjil Place Narre Warren, VIC
25 – 26 May: Ballarat Civic Hall Ballarat, VIC
2 – 4 June: Wagga Wagga Civic Theatre, NSW
8 – 11 June: Wollongong Town Hall, NSW
15 – 18 June: The Civic Pavilion, The Concourse Chatswood NSW