BBC Good Food Show London is back hosting the capital's biggest food spectacle from 15-17 November at Olympia London.
With an array of well-known brands, kitchen appliances and gadgest, a spread of the finest local and regional produce plus the best in live cooking, book signings and tastings, visitors can expect a food experience like no other. With over 100 sessions hosted by more than 25 experts and celebrities on four different features over three days, London will encounter one of its biggest foodie weekends yet.
Highlights of the show include:
The Great British Bake Off Village
An exciting new addition to the show for this year, The Great British Bake Off Village is an area devoted to all things baking. A place to learn new techniques and buy everything needed to bake like the experts. Mary Berry, star of BBC2's The Great British Bake Off, comments: "I am thrilled that The Great British Bake Off is to become such an integral part of the show and look forward to having a wander around The Great British Bake Off Village."
Producers' Village - Bursary Award Winners and Good Food Champions
After months of accepting applications, sorting through hundreds of samples and finally tasting them all in the BBC Good Food Test Kitchen, six producers have been rewarded with the opportunity to exhibit free of charge at the show and to showcase their products in front of tens of thousands of food fans. This year's winners are: The Gourmet Bacon Company (Woodbridge, Suffolk), Southwestern Distillery (St Ervan, Cornwall), Duke Street (Kingston, North Berwick), The Artisan Kitchen (Gloucester, Gloucestershire), Anjula Devi (Hampton, Middlesex) and The Frozen Fruit Company (London).
The Good Food Champions Pavilion will be returning to the show this year, dedicated to the finest speciality, regional and artisan food and drink. From artisan cheese makers to cake crafters, master butchers to bee keepers, jam preservers to charcuterie curers, the Pavilion is where they will reside.
The Winter Kitchen
Sponsored by Hellmann's, the Winter Kitchen will be hosting demos from faces of TV hits MasterChef and The Great British Bake Off. It will also host the finals of the Hellmann's 'Sandwich of the Century' competition.
This year we are excited to announce that all advance general admission tickets include a standard seat in the Supertheatre sponsored by Tesco finest*, where visitors can watch their favourite stars live in MasterChef Cook Offs, The Great British Bake Off Masterclasses and Saturday Kitchen Live.
Free sessions will be held at the intimate interview stage where visitors can discover the secrets of our experts' success. Hosted by Lotte Duncan and sponsored by Tesco finest*, chefs and celebrities will be taking questions from the audience.
Pop-Up Restaurant & Street Food Experience
The Pop-Up Restaurant & Street Food Experience is a great place to meet, socialise and refuel. Stop for a glass of fizz at either the Piano Bar or the Central Bar or sample signature dishes at one of the eateries. With such a range of tantalising menus from an assortment of exciting culinary traditions, there is much to choose from. Visitors who love eating out will be in their element.
The Wine Cellar - WineTubeMap Tasting Tours
The Wine Cellar is the ultimate destination for wine lovers and is the perfect place to stock up for the festive season and explore wines from across the globe. The Wine Cellar includes The Tasting Theatre where hosts will talk through a selection of wines.
Whether you are a seasoned wine traveller or a virgin wine voyager, the WineTubeMap will guide visitors around the difference wine styles and flavours. The WineTubeMap boasts three different tours each offering an alternative spin on the map, and unlike other tastings, passengers can hop on and offer allowing interaction and the opportunity to try some of the taste tests and food matches.
For more information, please contact Naomi Hutchinson on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 3405 4286.