Due to overwhelming demand, tickets for The Cake & Bake Show 2012 are now sold out - although the organisers are endeavouring to release late entry tickets.

Inaugural Cake & Bake Show is a sell-out

Due to overwhelming demand, tickets for The Cake & Bake Show 2012 are now sold out – although the organisers are endeavouring to release late entry tickets.

The Cake & Bake Show is the UK’s first baking exhibition. The event, which makes its debut at Earls Court in London on the weekend of September 22 and September 23, aims to offers “something for everyone, with an array of features that will appeal to home bakers and professionals alike”.

The Show stars the biggest names in the baking world including Great British Bake Off judges Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry as well as past winners Edd Kimber and Jo Wheatley along with Eric Lanlard, Richard Bertinet, Fabulous Baker Brother Tom Herbert, renowned chocolatier Paul A Young, plus many more.

Highlights of the show include a dedicated cake demonstration area headlined by Mary Berry; a dedicated bread area and demonstration theatre supported by the Real Bread Campaign; a children’s area headlined by Annabel Karmel from CiTV; and a food market offering cakes, breads and pies and stands selling the latest baking equipment.

For sugarcraft fans there will be expert-led classes and demonstrations, while

Squires Kitchen’s International School and Mich Turner MBE will be on hand

in their own dedicated feature areas,

The headline sponsor is BakingMad.com, billed as the UK’s most visited home baking website. Other sponsors include GrainChain.com, Betty Crocker, Squires Kitchen International School, Silver Spoon Create, Allinson, Billington’s, Nielsen-Massey and Kenwood.

Housewares exhibitors include Bamix, Culpitt, Falcon Products, FPC Sugarcraft, Funky Muffin, Little Venice Cake Company, Kenwood, Renshaw, Silikomart, The Cake Decorating Company and Squires Kitchen.

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