Save on entry to the BBC Good Food Show at NEC Birmingham

24 November 2017

Blend your own whisky, see baking queen Mary Berry in action and much more at this year's winter BBC Good Food Show at NEC Birmingham, and Saga readers can save 15% on tickets.



Jump-start your Christmas planning with a trip to the BBC Good Food Show at NEC Birmingham, November 30 - December 3, where over 400 exhibitors will be showcasing their mouthwatering produce.

Visitors can also enjoy cookery demonstrations with some of the industry’s biggest names, including The Hairy Bikers, James Martin, Mary Berry and Nadiya Hussain.

Save 15% on tickets to BBC Good Food Show at NEC Birmingham

What to expect…

The Big Kitchen

The show’s super theatre allows you to see some of the UK’s most recognisable faces. Learn kitchen tips from Mary Berry and Nadiya Hussain and watch live cookery demonstrations from The Hairy Bikers and James Martin.

BBC Good Food Show Stage

This more intimate space is the place to see Michelin-starred restauranteurs Michel Roux Jr., Raymond Blanc and Tom Kerridge answering questions from visitors, giving you a chance to see a side of the chefs you might not have seen before.

Big Family Cooking Showdown LIVE

On Sunday December 3 Nadiya Hussain’s hit BBC TV series will be coming to the BBC Good Food Show. Nadiya will compere as the show’s winning family cook one of their star dishes.

Shopping

Sample and buy a delicious range of some of the UK’s finest brands. Find fabulous gifts for foodies, including rare and off-the-highstreet produce as well as boutique kitchen equipment.

Christmas food at BBC Good Food Show

Pop-up restaurants

Experience first-hand some of the most popular recipes from the BBC Good Food Christmas issue.

The Whisky Blending Lab

The new Whisky Lounge adds a fresh experience to the Good Food Show, giving visitors a chance for some hands-on whisky blending. Blend to your specific taste with the assistance of an expert, and take your own miniature bottle home.

CAMRA’s Great British Beer Experience

The Campaign for Real Ale and BeerHawk will be hosting tutored beer tasting, giving those at the show to opportunity to explore new tastes and learn about the diversity of real ale.

Book signings/meet the author

A pop-up book store will be stocking the latest cookery books, with some of the show’s stars hosting daily book signings, giving visitors the chance to take home some highly personalised memorabilia.

Save 15% on tickets

The winter BBC Good Food Show is at Birmingham NEC and runs from Thursday November 30 to Sunday December 3. Saga readers can save 15% on ticket prices using the exclusive code SAGA15. Click here to book.

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