‘The Great British Bake Off’ may have just finished for another year, but cake lovers, never fear – Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood are among the culinary stars appearing at the BBC Good Food Show.
In fact, all the Beeb’s favourite foodie programmes will be represented, with cooking demos from Greg Wallace and John Torode of ‘MasterChef’, and James Martin from ‘Saturday Kitchen Live’. Even Michel Roux Jr, the closest thing to a god that telly cookery has, will be cooking live on stage in the show’s Supertheatre.
But that’s just one element of this mammoth gastronomic extravaganza, held over three days at Olympia exhibition centre in Hammersmith. There’s set to be loads of exhibitors covering the range from small-scale specialists to household names, as well pop-up restaurants, wine tastings and, of course, a million opportunities to buy, buy, buy – whether you’re after the latest kitchen gadgets or unusual foodstuffs or inspiration for Xmas pressies, there’ll be plenty to tempt.
For details of exhibitors and events, check out the event’s website. Advance tickets cost from £25.75 per day (from £27 on the door) and include free entry to the Supertheatre; you can book online, or by phone on 0844 581 1361.
The BBC Good Food Show runs from Friday November 15 to Sunday November 17.