Eleven days of foodie fun, over 50 chefs and experts and more than 500 stands: the BBC Good Food Shows promise ‘something for everyone’ at their three events scheduled for this autumn.
The first of the trio is BBC Good Food Show Scotland, which will be held at SECC in Glasgow from October 18-20.
Every ticket includes a seat in the Supertheatre, sponsored by Tesco, which will host an array of some of the nation’s favourite chefs including ‘Hairy Biker’ Si King. Plus Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry will be hosting ‘The Great British Bake Off’ Masterclasses and James Martin will be live on stage demonstrating some of his favourite seasonal recipes.
A new feature is The Great British Bake Off Village, which comes to Scotland for the very first time and is described as a ‘one-stop shop for all your baking needs this winter’.
Next is the BBC Good Food Show London, which takes place in Olympia from November 15-17. The event will host ‘The Great British Bake Off’ sessions featuring Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry, ‘MasterChef’ cook-offs featuring John Torode and Gregg Wallace and ‘Saturday Kitchen’ sessions featuring James Martin – plus Michel Roux Jr is back at the Supertheatre.
Finally, the BBC Good Food Show Winter will be held at the NEC in Birmingham from November 27 to December 1. Described as “the original BBC Good Food Show back for its 22nd year” it’s claimed to be bigger and better than ever, featuring over 50 chefs and experts from across the country on seven different stages.
The roll call includes Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry live in ‘The Great British Bake Off’, James Martin in ‘Saturday Kitchen’ sessions and John Torode and Gregg Wallace in ‘MasterChef’ cook-offs at the Supertheatre. In addition, ‘The Great British Bake Off’ Village will be home to some of the most popular past contestants and winners including the 2013 winner. Meanwhile, the ‘MasterChef’ Masterclass will host demonstrations from current champion Natalie Coleman as well as Celebrity MasterChef winner Phil Vickery.