BBC Good Food Show arrives at the National Exhibition Centre.

Come and join the rest of Birmingham’s food lovers in this year’s BBC Good Food Show 2016 at the NEC.

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Be part of the electrifying atmosphere in the Supertheature and learn some exclusive culinary tips and techniques from the professionals. Paul Hollywood, Mary Berry, Michael Roux Jr. and James Martin are only a few of the experts who will be entertaining and educating throughout the weekend. The audience will also get the chance to interact and pose their cookery questions to the stars.

Hundreds of exhibitors from up and down the UK will be joining the BBC Good Food Show Winter this year. Uncover new brands, digest some of their expert culinary tips to use at home and, of course, taste their delicious produce on your way around the show.

It will take place from Thursday 24th – Sunday 27th June. Doors open from 9:30am – 6pm on Thursday and Friday, 9am – 6pm on Saturday and 9:30am – 5pm on Sunday.

Family ticket – £40.00 (Sunday only – Family of 4 (2 adults, 2 children under 16) includes entrance to the show, plus a free Standard seat in the Supertheatre. 

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