BBC Good Food Show’s #feastinthemoat will be the first ever food festival to take place in the moat at Tower of London this September, and The Resident has three pairs of tickets to give away!
The three day feast, with appearances from Michelin-starred chefs Tom Kerridge, Michel Roux Jr and Elizabeth Haigh – as well as MasterChef’s John Torode – will take place in the dry moat that surrounds the iconic London landmark from 22-24 September 2017.
Live cookery demonstrations will take place in the Feast Kitchen, Le Cordon Bleu Skills School will lead cuisine and patisserie masterclasses, Ginger Pig and The Jones Family Project will lead a steak workshop, and The Rolling Drinks Trolley will host cocktail masterclasses.
BBC Good Food Show’s #feastinthemoat will also bring together some 200 cutting-edge food and drink companies from the world over, showcasing delicious wares from sticky toffee-flavoured cheese to immunity-boosting breads and samphire-flavoured gin, as well as pop-up restaurants, street food, live music and demos on the BBC Good Food Stage.
To be in with the chance to win one of three pairs of tickets, which include Saturday entry tickets (or any day), a welcome cocktail at The Rolling Drinks Trolley Bar, The Rolling Drinks Trolley Cocktail Masterclass (20 mins) and Feast Kitchen tickets.
To enter the competition, simply fill in the form below:
Terms & Conditions:
All tickets are general admission. Tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable. Ticket terms and conditions apply. Tickets will be mailed out directly to the winner by The Resident.
Ticket pricing information:
£18 for full day entry on Friday & Sunday; £20 Saturday full day entry; £10 evening only tickets available on Friday from 4pm until 8pm. Please note that tickets do not include access to the Tower of London. To book and for further information, see bbcgoodfoodshow.com