Hardwick Hall is another brand new venue added to our event calendar in 2017! We cannot wait to attend this beautiful venue from September 30th - 1st October.
We are absolutely delighted to have two fantastic chefs on our first ever visit to Hardwick Hall! On Saturday we have the most laid-back baker ever and former GBBO contestant, Selasi Gbormittah. We also have Matt Tebbutt who is a guest presenter on Saturday Kitchen! Scroll down to find out more about the chefs...
Hardwick Hall - Derbyshire
Saturday 30th September - October 1st October
Advanced tickets £8 On the door £10
Under 10's free with a paying adult
To view prices please visit Gigantic by clicking below.
Please note that the following date is when the advanced saving ends, advanced tickets will still guarantee entry on the day and fast track queuing
24th Sunday Midnight – Tickets go up to £10
Saturday 30th September - Selasi Gbormittah
Ghanaian Selasi comes from a culture where food plays a huge part in the community and as a child he enjoyed spending time in the kitchen with his family who taught him the basics of cooking and baking. They never worried too much if he disappeared for a bit as they always knew he would be found in the kitchen buried in a pot with ingredients all over the place!
Based in London for the last 16 years, his love of cooking continues to be a theme in his life – he regularly hosts friends and family and is a self professed feeder. For him as for so many others, food and food preparation is a medium for bringing people together.
The Great British Bake Off 2016 has introduced this charming laid back, banking, biking, baker to the Great British Public and to new friends. The journey starts here.
Sunday 1st October - Matt Tebbutt
Matt's first solo cookbook, featured all his favourite recipes, Matt Tebbutt Cooks Country, is still available as is his second book 'Guilty Pleasures'.
Matt's has guest presented Saturday Kitchen on BBC One, and co-hosted Market Kitchen: Big Adventure alongside. He has also been a contributor to Saturday Kitchen and appeared on the Great British Menu.
Matt is currently filming Lost and Starving, a brand new series for Discovery. He is also presenting Food Unwrapped on Channel 4 and is once again championing forgotten foods on Great British Food Revival on BBC2. He is the co-host on the Food Network, "The Big Eat" and "Kitchen Superheroes". Matt co-presented Market Kitchen with Tom Parker-Bowles and Matthew Fort.