BBC Good Food Competition

Competition – win tickets to see the BBC Good Food Show

BBC Good Food Show

The BBC Good Food Show is back in Scotland, Birmingham and London. The BBC Good Food Show is the biggest and best food Show in the country and this year the line up is just as stellar as always. To celebrate we have teamed up with the organisers to offer you the chance to win a pair of general admissions tickets to the venue of your choice. We have 3 pairs of tickets for each venue to be won. Just enter your details below for a chance to win and don’t forget to select which venue you want to go to. Here’s a little taster of the line up at each venue.

BBC Good Food Show Scotland, 19-21 October 2012, SECC Glasgow

Top foodie faces including John Torode, Gregg Wallace, James Martin and Scotland’s own Tom Kitchin will be taking to the 600 seater Supertheatre, alongside Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood who will be bringing the Great British Bake Off to life in Scotland for the first time! There will be hundreds of exhibitors from Orkney Cheddar to Hamlyns of Scotland and Luponde tea and many more. For more information go to: glasgow.bbcgoodfoodshow.com.

BBC Good Food Show Winter, 28th Nov – 2nd Dec 2012, NEC, Birmingham

Top foodie faces including John Torode, Gregg Wallace, James Martin, Gino D’Acampo and The Hairy Bikers plus many more will be taking to the Supertheatre. There will be hundreds of exhibitors from Cornish Cheese Co to David’s Chilli Oil and Luponde tea plus BBC Good Food Show regulars including Foxes Spices and The Curry Sauce Company. With Christmas just around the corner it will be the perfect place to pick up inspiration to make your Christmas stand out from the crowds this year and try something different! For more information go to: www.bbcgoodfoodshow.com/home

BBC Good Food Show London, 9-11 November 2012, Olympia, London

BBC Good Food Show London boasts the city’s largest indoor speciality food market and some of the nations favourite TV programmes brought to life! The show will see some of the biggest names in the business together under one roof including James Martin, John Torode, Gregg Wallace, Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry.

James Martin says, “I’m so excited to see the BBC Good Food Show back in the Capital. This year they are bringing even more of the country’s favourite TV Shows to life and I can’t wait to see all the different stages. The line up looks amazing and it’s going to be a busy 3 days. See you there!”

Highlights of the show include...

The Supertheatre, sponsored by Plenty

Visitors can see their favourite stars including John Torode and Gregg Wallace live in action on stage, as well as watching some of the nation’s favourite TV programmes being brought to life. MasterChef, The Roux Scholarship and for the first time The Great British Bake Off will be transformed into a live experience on the Good Food Show stages.

The Interview Stage, sponsored by Tesco Real Food

Discover the secrets of our expert’s success at this intimate interactive stage, with Bill Granger, Ash Mair, Oz Clarke, Rachel Allen and many more.

The MasterChef Demonstration Pod

Hosted by MasterChef 2009 finalist James Nathan you can see all your MasterChef favourites here including Monica Galetti, Shelina Permalloo and Tom Rennolds.

The Drinks Tasting Theatre

Featuring experts including Oz Clarke, Susie Atkins and Rob Buckhaven this is the perfect place to learn about which drinks to choose for the festive season.

The Wine Tube Map by Convivium Wines

Three exclusive Wine Tube Map Tasting Tours will be available at The Wine Show:

• Introduction to the Wine Tube Map.
• The North of the river tour (aromatics and lighter styles).
• The South of the river tour (rich and full bodied styles).

Whether visitors are wine novices of connoisseurs, the Wine Tube Map tasting tour will enhance your wine experience and leave you thirsty for more.

Producers’ Corner

The ideal place to meet the makers of great food: come to Producers’ corner to find anything from recipe ideas to tasting tips, as well as hearing some great stories along the way.

For more information go to: www.bbcgoodfoodshowlondon.com

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