The BBC Good Food Show Scotland has announced a stellar line-up for this year’s event – and a reduced ticket price for visitors, introduced as a direct result of consumer feedback.
The event, held from October 19 to October 21 at Glasgow’s SECC, is billed as the biggest celebration of Scottish culinary heritage, showcasing some of the best food and drink Scotland has to offer.
Additionally, the show will host live demonstrations and cook-offs from celebrity chefs including James Martin, John Torode, Gregg Wallace and Scotland’s own Tom Kitchin. The Hairy Bikers are back by popular demand alongside Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry – who will be bringing the ‘The Great British Bake Off’ to life for the first time.
Laura Biggs, managing director of BBC Haymarket Events said: “We take our customer feedback very seriously and our ticket price reduction underlines our commitment to providing a great value day out. It’s a terrific line-up this year and we can’t wait for the show to get started.”