Marco Pierre White is heading to Australia for his first ever stage show

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Marco Pierre White is heading to Australia for his first ever stage show

Marco Pierre White

Known for his lasting impact on the culinary world, this celebrity chef is heading Down Under.

Known for his unwavering standards, Marco Pierre White has established himself as one of the most influential chefs of his era and he’s set to head to Melbourne for a mouth-watering show on May 30 at Hamer Hall.

Marco Pierre White Out of the Kitchen tour

  • May 23 – Great Hall, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Brisbane
  • May 25 – State Theatre, Sydney
  • May 30 – Hamer Hall, Melbourne

Check out Melbourne’s latest stage shows and theatrical events here.

Born in Leeds in 1961 and quickly rising to fame in the late 1980s, Marco Pierre White was the youngest chef to receive three Michelin stars – at the ripe age of just 33.

Having trained as a chef since the age of 17, under Albert Roux and Michel Roux at Le Gavroche in London, this stage show is set to be a fascinating glimpse into the life and times of one of the world’s most prolific career chefs.

Recognised for his contributions to the modern British cuisine movement, as well as for mentoring a new wave of celebrity chefs, among them Gordon Ramsay and Jason Atherton, he’s also  made several appearances on several television shows.

A mainstay on popular show MasterChef Australia, he has also authored numerous books, including the widely praised White Heat.

Turn up the heat with Marco Pierre White when he heads to Melbourne’s own Hamer Hall on May 30. Grab your tickets while they’re hot by heading here.