BWW Review: MICHELLE PEARSON'S COMFORT FOOD CABARET at Melbourne Fringe

BWW Review: MICHELLE PEARSON'S COMFORT FOOD CABARET at Melbourne FringeMelbourne is the city to be in if you love food and cabaret and Michelle Pearson's Comfort Food Cabaret is the perfect combination of both.

In a Southbank penthouse with incredible views of the Arts Centre spire, the MCG and the Melbourne skyline, guests are treated to a three course meal, cooking tips and tricks, and story and song about the birth of Pearson's love of food.

Pearson is the hostess with the mostess. She invites her dinner guests into her scrumptious world and you just don't want the night to end! Her voice soars with gorgeous interpretations of some her favourite songs, with a bit of Cold Chisel after dessert, all accompanied wonderfully by AaRon Nash on keys.

BWW Review: MICHELLE PEARSON'S COMFORT FOOD CABARET at Melbourne FringeAs if the delicious tone of her voice wasn't enough, the food is to die for! More haloumi than you can poke a stick at, 6 hour slow cooked ragu, and the best sticky date pudding this reviewer has ever had. All partnered perfectly with a selection of Fox Creek Wines!

By the end of the show, you've made friends with Pearson and the other guests on your table, been entertained by an accomplished performer, and eaten incredible dishes prepared before your eyes. A wonderful concept and night out, all in the one place. Do not miss this! Beg, borrow, or steal your ticket to the best dinner party in Melbourne.


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