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Supertheatre

Supertheatre

All advance General Admission tickets include a standard seat in the Supertheatre, where you can watch some of Britain’s top chefs and experts including Paul Hollywood, Mary Berry, James Martin, Tom Kerridge and MasterChef judge John Torode live on stage.

NEW! Gennaro Contaldo and Antonio Carluccio, The Greedy Italians, take to the stage on Saturday.

The all-star line up

All advance tickets include a free seat, so book soon for the best view. Some sessions are particularly popular, so to avoid disappointment, we recommend that you don't delay!

Thursday 12 June Friday 13 June Saturday 14 June Sunday 15 June
       
11am 10.30am 10.00am 10.30am
Paul Hollywood & Mary Berry James Martin Gennaro Contaldo & Antonio Carluccio Saturday Kitchen Live hosted by Tom Kerridge with Glynn Purnell & wine expert Peter Richards
12pm 11.30am 11.00am  11.30am
Paul Hollywood Paul Hollywood John Torode's Australia Michelin Star Challenge: Theo Randall vs. Glynn Purnell
1pm 12.30pm 12.00pm  12.30pm
Paul Hollywood & Mary Berry James Martin Gennaro Contaldo & Antonio Carluccio Saturday Kitchen Live hosted by Tom Kerridge with Theo Randall & wine expert Peter Richards
2.15pm 1.30pm 1.00pm 1.30pm
Paul Hollywood & Mary Berry Paul Hollywood John Torode with special guest Dhruv Baker Michelin Star Challenge: Michael Caines vs. Atul Kochhar
3.15pm 2.30pm 3.00pm 2.30pm
Mary Berry James Martin John Torode's Australia Tom Kerridge's Proper Pub Food
4.15pm 3.30pm 4.00pm 3.30pm
James Martin Paul Hollywood James Martin Michelin Star Challenge: Michael Caines vs Glynn Purnell
    5.00pm 4.30pm
    James Martin Saturday Kitchen Live hosted by Tom Kerridge with Atul Kochhar & wine expert Peter Richards

 

Additional Supertheatre seats timetable

Ticket holders

If you have already booked tickets, and have not yet selected your Supertheatre seat/s, please contact the Box Office on 0844 581 1341 with your booking reference handy.

 

Where possible the BBC Good Food Shows use humanely reared meats, free-range chickens and eggs and sustainably-sourced fish within the show theatres.  We also encourage our exhibitors to use the same products when they exhibit. Within our theatres and cookery masterclasses we shop as economically as we can and try and reduce our food waste as much as possible.