The Woman Who Cooked Her Husband’s tickets are $30 for the show or $80 for show plus two-course dinner.
They say the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach – but a wickedly black comedy from Much Productions is giving the phrase an entirely new meaning. Written by Debbie Isitt and directed by Jane Sherwood at Mid-Century Café and Collectables, The Woman Who Cooked Her Husband is a spicy tale about a love triangle served with a generous helping of acerbic wit.
Kenneth finds himself in the arms of Laura after 20 years of marriage to the culinary-talented Hilary. But he soon discovers his new love can’t cook and mourns the loss of Sunday roasts, haute cuisine and the comforts of a settled life.
Cost (if applicable):
Mid-Century Café and Collectables
56 Michael Street YOKINE 6060