What is the BBC Good Food Show?
Good Food Magazine launched in 1987, with www.bbcgoodfood.com following in 2006.
After a year without live shows, BBC Good Food Show is celebrating a belated 30th birthday with new features like the Get Baking! Stage and Tasting Theatre.
There is a line up of top celebrity chefs and food experts cooking live. These include the Michelin-starred Tom Kerridge and Michel Roux Jr, as well as British Bake Off stars Dame Mary Berry and Nadiya Hussain, and James Martin from Saturday Kitchen.
The Winter 2021 show is hosted at Birmingham’s National Exhibition Centre NEC.
Located 5 minutes walk from Birmingham International Train Station and just off the M6 and M42 motorways, the show is easily accessible if you’re looking for a food filled day out.
Why should I attend the BBC Good Food Show?
Thousands of foodies and drinks lovers visit the four BBC Good Food shows each year.
The flagship event is the NEC autumn show, with around 100,000 visitors attending this iconic event.
With smaller shows in London, and Glasgow, and a Summer Good Food Show at Gardener’s World Live there are plenty of opportunities to get involved.
As well as checking out the best new food and drink releases, and meet producers face to face, visitors to the shows can see celebrity chefs doing live cooks, attend live tasting sessions, and find new recipe inspirations.
The Cocktail Society at the BBC Good Food Show
The Cocktail Society is visiting the BBC Good Food Show for the first time in 2021.
After all, you can’t be named “Best All-Round Subscription” by BBC Good Food, and not attend their show, right?
As well offering free samples, we’ll be chatting all things cocktails, the best new recipes, and spirit brands that we love.
We’re thrilled to be taking our products on the road after launching 10 months ago.
Since starting out we’ve won two Great Taste Awards, been named “Best Subscriptions 2021” by GQ Magazine, and featured in retail locations like Blenheim Palace and Millets.
We’ve also started building our community of cocktail lovers, sharing recipes, tips, and how to guides on our Clubhouse blog and social media.
Want to come meet us? Of course you do. Tickets are available here, but we’re also giving away a pair of tickets to one lucky Society member.
Win tickets to the BBC Good Food Show
To celebrate The Cocktail Society’s first visit to the show, we’re giving away £100 worth of cocktail goodies PLUS two tickets to the BBC Good Food Show Winter 2021 25-28th November 2021.
How to Enter
1) Sign up our newsletter – you’ll get cocktail recipes, cocktail news, and first access to exclusive events like live tastings.
You can sign up via the form at the bottom of this page, and unsubscribe at any time.
2) If you’re not already, follow us on our Instagram.
The Small Print
This competition is not affiliated or endorsed by BBC Good Food Show or the BBC.
This prize promotion is open to UK mainland residents (England, Scotland, and Wales) aged 18 years or over, excluding employees and their immediate families (spouse, parent, child, sibling, grandparent and/or “step” family), of The Cocktail Society, associated agents or anyone professionally connected with the prize promotion.
Winner will be selected by random entry from our Newsletter mailing list.
Only one entry per person per prize promotion unless otherwise stated in the individual promotion. All additional entries will be disqualified.
The Promoter’s decision is final and binding. No correspondence will be entered into. Entry implies acceptance of these terms and conditions.
The prize is not transferable.
Competition ends 23:59 4th November 2021. Winners will be announced via our Instagram account.