James Martin is On the Road… Again

Celebrity chef and TV presenter James Martin is putting his popular license porcelain with Denby through its paces this month in a series of live shows throughout the country.

The ‘James Martin – On the Road … Again’ tour sees the superstar cook take to the stage at 22 venues. The tour kicked off last Wednesday (October 3) at Grimsby Auditorium and ends on October 28 at Cymru Llandudno.

Throughout the tour, James is using his new Denby Gastro Dessert sets and his ‘Everyday’ tableware on stage, along with Denby’s Heritage Bowls, to present his dishes.

During each performance, James will share his experiences of his travels for his recent hit TV series ‘James Martin’s French Adventure’ and ‘James Martin’s American Adventure’ Although food will be at the heart of the show, James will also be joined by special guests and promises ‘some surprises and twists’.

When the tour finishes, James will visit Denby Pottery Village for his annual show on Sunday, November 11. Every year Denby hosts a special event for James at its Pottery Village, which is located adjacent to the pottery itself.

James said: “I always enjoy my trips to the Pottery Village. Denby is renowned for its quality and on a personal level you’ve got to be honest and trust one another’s judgement and we’re always looking at new ideas.

“For Gastro, for example, I wanted to create a range which is fun and gives everyone the opportunity to reproduce gastro pub style at home. All the pieces are multi-functional too.”

This year James is welcoming two audiences, at 11.15 am and 2 pm. He will undertake cookery demonstrations, talk about his travels for his TV shows, and impart some stories from his current tour- followed by a Q&A session with the audience – who then have a chance to meet James at a book signing session afterwards. Tickets for the event are £20 and are available by calling Denby Pottery Village on 01773 740799.

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