In Conversation with Jessie Ware
Join Jessie Ware in conversation with Laura Jackson to celebrate the publication of her first solo book, Omelette: Food, Love, Chaos and Other Conversations, as she shares musings on food, society and life.
This event is now available to watch on demand until 17th June.
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With over 1 million albums sold worldwide and multiple BRIT/Mercury nominations under her belt, the singer-songwriter and podcaster has turned her hand to writing with a delicious combination of food writing and memoir. For this exclusive virtual event, Jessie will explore omelettes both literal and metaphorical with love, wry wit and lashings of charm.
“My mother's omelettes are slightly overdone but always generous in cheese and well-seasoned. My omelettes are just the same, though more often slightly underdone and less carefully considered.
And like my stories, they come in many forms. You might get one late at night, after a little too much wine and alongside a little too much information. I might spend a long time on one that's just a touch extravagant. And many are for the people I care about most, thrown together and with more cheese than is strictly necessary.”
Don’t miss this opportunity to spend an evening with one of the country's best loved foodies, interviewed by Laura Jackson, as she shares things she’s done, things she’s seen, things she’s thought, and most importantly, things she’s tasted. They are slices of parts of Jessie’s life. Call them omelettes, if you like.
'Jessie’s life seems to have seamlessly brought her forth on a magic carpet of food, peppered by lots and lots of laughs. Her stories are a joy to read, although probably not as much fun as they are to live. Deliciously entertaining’. Yotam Ottolenghi