BBC Good Food Show Northern Ireland

14 October - 16 October
River Street Events, proud organisers of the BBC Good Food Shows, have announced the launch of BBC Good Food Show Northern Ireland, located in Belfast. The event will take place 14 – 16 October 2016 at Belfast Waterfront. The timing for the brand new show could not be better. 2016 celebrates Northern Ireland’s Year of Food and Drink which will highlight and support the country’s flourishing food and drink sector.

The Show will bring the winning food and entertainment format to Belfast, alongside the already established events that take place in Scotland, London, Harrogate and Birmingham. This exciting new event will present the nation’s favourite chefs, the region’s very best producers of food, drink and artisan products and state of the art kitchenware and gadgets.

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Super Theatre
The Super Theatre is the highlight of the show, where you can watch the best celebrity chefs in the business cooking delicious dishes live from TV favourites Paul Hollywood, The Hairy Bikers and James Martin to Irish star Paul Rankin. Get tips for tasty, seasonal food and plenty of culinary inspiration in this entertaining live show.

To celebrate Northern Ireland's Year of Food and Drink, add a free session to your booking and see local hero Paul Rankin cooking seasonal recipes live.

Tasting Theatre
The Tasting Theatre is the place to taste and learn from an amazing line up of food and drink producers who will showcase the best in regional produce.

Interview Stage
Discover the secrets of your favourite chefs' success as they take to the Interview Stage. It's also a chance to get your own culinary queries answered as our host invites questions from the audience. There will also be opportunities on a daily basis to get your favourite cook book signed by the author themselves.

Food Pavillion
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.

Producer's Village
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.

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Performance times:

10:00 - 18:00 (Friday & Saturday)
10:00 - 17:00 (Sunday)

Date Info:

14 -16 October

Getting to the start by car:

We are located in Lanyon Place, just off Oxford Street in the city centre. If you are traveling on a major road into the city, follow signs for the city centre and Belfast Waterfront via East Bridge Street or Oxford Street.

Car Parking Information -

Getting to the start on foot:

Belfast Waterfront is located within a 10-minute walk from the city centre or easily accessible by other modes of transport.

Getting to the start by public transport:

The nearest bus station is the Laganside Bus Centre, which is approx. two minutes’ walk from Belfast Waterfront.

Nearest bus stop:

There is a bus stop on Oxford Street, directly outside the building.

Nearest train station:

Central Station

Accessibility information:

Guide, assistance and hearing dogs are admitted into the Show.

Visitors with special requirements should book theatre seats by calling the Box Office to ensure the best possible seating arrangements. (Tel 0844 581 1356).

Wheel chairs are available for hire (FREE).

The nearest Tourist Information Centre is:

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