The BBC have introduced an irresistible offer on advance ticket bookings.
The winter has arrived with dark mornings and dark evenings, and what a better way to lift your spirits than a trip to the Good Food show at the NEC in Birmingham between 28 November to 2 December.
The organisers of this ever popular Food Show have an irresistibly tasty ticket offer! Book your tickets in advance and you can get 2 tickets for just £39 (excluding Saturday). Go to BritEvents.com for more information.
This show is packed with celebrities including The Hairy Bikers, Gino D’Acampo, Brian Turner and Saturday Kitchen presenter James Martin.
The organisers of this popular show have announced a new line up of sponsors, with Tesco Real Food sponsoring the all new Supertheatre in Birmingham as well as the Interview Stage in London. ( well, they say Tesco’s are taking over the world?).
The Supertheatre is brand new for 2012, and general admission tickets include a standard seat in the Supertheatre hosted by Strictly Come Dancing, A Question of Sport and The Voice warm up guy, Stuart Holdham.
Appearing on the new stage will be celebrity chefs in live cooking demonstrations including James Martin, Italian Stallion of cooking Gino D’Acampo and the slimmed down pair the Hairy Bikers.
There is also great news for the dampened spirits in the UK, as Island Cuisine’s range of authentic Creole curry-style sauces will be bringing some much-needed warmth to the proceedings with their mouth-watering Yellow, Green, Red, and Sweet & Spicy Creole Curry sauces.
Drawing influences from Asia, Africa and France the sauce company offers a quick and mouth-watering way to add some Seychellois seasoning to mealtimes.
Tickets are fast selling for Friday, Saturday and Sunday so make sure you book your tickets now to avoid disappointment.