Organised by The Guardian
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Join Jessie Ware in conversation with Guardian restaurant critic Grace Dent.
This event will be live streamed online and available to view on demand at a later time for all ticket holders.
Ware is the award-winning singer-songwriter of four albums, including the Brit Awards 2021 nominated What’s Your Pleasure? She is also passionate about food, and alongside her mother Lennie, co-host of the hit podcast Table Manners. Now, in a new book, Omelette, Ware blends food-writing and memoir to give a snapshot of her life, sharing stories, memories and favourite recipes, from her mum’s trifle to the best sardines on toast and how to eat an oyster.
Ware will be talking to Guardian food writer and Masterchef critic Grace Dent who in a recent memoir, Hungry, chronicled her journey from a young girl eating chips and gravy in a Carlisle school canteen to one of Britain’s best-loved voices on the food scene. From Michelin star dining to the comforts of home-cooking, join them as they share their love of food, its connection to family and friendship and much more.
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Running time: 60 minutes
If you live in the United Kingdom, you can purchase a ticket with a copy of Omelette by Jessie Ware at checkout for the special combined price of £18 including postage and packing (RRP £12.99).
Books will be dispatched on 10 June. However, please note that in the current circumstances, some books may be delayed. If we experience any delay in getting your copy to you, we will contact you by email to let you know.
This event will be hosted on a third-party live streaming platform and streamed globally.
8pm BST | 9pm CEST | 12pm PDT | 3pm EDT