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Jamie Oliver in Melbourne this March

Posted by Dan Kuseta

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Yes, Jamie Oliver’s coming to town. You can almost here the sounds of The Wheeler Centre’s website crashing in the e-crush for tickets…

In his only Australian talk of the year, the naked chef is appearing at The Regent Theatre in March. Let’s face it, Jamie could give a talk about Bolivian tax law and it’d sell out like his signature hotcakes, but this time he’ll be exploring promoting food education, the importance of fresh ingredients and the business of cooking.

He’ll probably also be extremely charming and might even pose for photos.

So stop reading and click on the link, tickets on sale now!

WHERE: The Regent Theatre, 191 Collins Street, Melbourne
WHEN: Tues 6 March, 7:00PM – 8:00PM
Tickets $42.45 or $27.45 concession at wheelercentre.com or via Ticketmaster.


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