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Eat Drink Man Woman


Fri 7 Oct 2016, 6:00pm–8:30pm

Where: USQ Arts Theatre, West Street , South Toowoomba, Toowoomba & District

Restrictions: 15+

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $15.50
  • Member: $12.00
  • Group Bookings of 10 or More: $12.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: Artsworx

A poignant and funny look at the inner lives of a Taiwanese family.

From acclaimed director Ang Lee (Life of Pi, Brokeback Mountain), Eat Drink Man Woman tells the story of a widowed Taiwanese chef (Sihung Lung) who lovingly prepares a feast for his three daughters (Chien-Lien Wu, Kuei-Mei Yang and Yu-Wen Wang) every Sunday. A menu he doesn’t have control over is that of the capricious desires of his daughters. A smart script and dazzling performances bolster this mouth-watering exploit.

China, 1994.

Includes post show drink and nibbles.

Themed Cheese Platters:

Enhance your film experience with a themed cheese platter to match the classic film. Paired with a drink from our theatre bar it is a fantastic way to enjoy a night of cinema perfection. Simply pre-order your themed platter for two when you book and then collect it from the bar before the movie starts.

Friday at the Flicks is a series that screens classic, significant and challenging films. A five-minute pre-screening talk sets the context and then post-show drinks and nibbles allow for a post-show discussion with a community of film enthusiasts.