The BBC Good Food Show Northern Ireland will take place October 14-16 at Belfast Waterfront.
Organised by River Street Events, the show will feature top chefs cooking regional and seasonal dishes live in the Super Theatre. Including in the star studded line-up are John Torode, Paul Hollywood, The Hairy Bikers and James Martin, while local star Paul Rankin will be leading Northern Ireland Year of Food & Drink’ sessions.
The timing for the brand new show could not be better as 2016 celebrates Northern Ireland’s Year of Food and Drink which will highlight and support our flourishing food and drink sector.
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The BBC Good Food Show will bring the winning food and entertainment format to the food-loving city of Belfast, joining already established events that take place in Scotland, London, Harrogate and Birmingham.
This exciting new event will present some of the nation’s favourite chefs alongside the region’s very best producers of food, drink and artisan products, as well as showcasing state of the art kitchenware and gadgets.
All celebrity chefs and local faces will make an appearance on the Interview Stage and there will be the chance to get their latest cookbooks signed. In addition, the Tasting Theatre, sponsored by Discover Northern Ireland, will be the place to taste and learn from top wine and food experts.
With a strong focus on regional producers, visitors to the Show will be able to delve into the wealth of fantastic produce that Northern Ireland has to offer. The Food NI Pavilion gives visitors the opportunity to discover, taste and buy from these producers first hand.
This area of the show is a must-visit spot for any food fan wanting to improve their knowledge of the Northern Irish food scene. From brewers to bakers; deli owners to distillers, visitors to the Producers’ Village will play host to a wide range of artisan food stalls where they can stock up their larder with speciality produce from all over Ireland and the UK.