One lucky winner will win a pair of VIP tickets to one of the summer’s most popular days out, as BBC Good Food Show Summer returns to Birmingham’s NEC, 14-17 June. VIP tickets allow entrance to the Show, a gold standard seat in the Supertheatre to watch some of the best in the industry cook live, access to the exclusive lounge, refreshments, VIP parking and a shopping bag, goody bag and much more. Eight runners-up will each receive a pair of general admission tickets which accesses both BBC Good Food Show and BBC Gardeners’ World Live.
As well as the hundreds of stands, the Shows also bring a star-studded line-up of some of the country’s favourite chefs, bakers, gardeners and experts.
At the BBC Good Food Show, firm favourites Mary Berry, James Martin, Tom Kerridge, Michel Roux Jr. and many more will be creating dishes live on stage in the Supertheatre, with plenty more chances to see them around the Show.
Stepping outside, the BBC Gardeners’ World Live line-up includes lead presenter Monty Don, plus co-presenters Carol Klein, Adam Frost and, new to the Show this year, Mark Lane and Arit Anderson. Fellow television personality Alan Titchmarsh also joins the team on Friday.
Alongside the talent, you’ll also find inspirational Show Gardens and top shopping for your garden. The Made in Birmingham garden will feature a railway embankment plot with allotment, wildflower meadow and a working steam engine with Pullman Dining carriage.
Whether inside or outside, you’ll find the best in cooking and gardening inspiration with a full mix of plot to plate inspiration, live demos, Q&A’s, talks and plenty of advice. Plus, the chance to chat to more artisan producers and gardening experts than you can fit into one day.