The BBC Good Food Show is coming to London next month and will include the perfect inspiration for Christmas-related food and drink treats.
Starting on November 9th, the three-day event will be held at London's Olympia and marks a return to the capital for the popular show.
There will be a number of guest appearances during the event, with James Martin, John Torode, Gregg Wallace, Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry all appearing in the 600-seater theatre. The arena will be specially equipped for a MasterChef Live event as well as a series of baking master classes.
Laura Biggs, managing director at BBC Haymarket Exhibitions, said: "We are so excited to be bringing the Good Food Show back to London after three years!
"The format of the other Good Food Shows and our experience in bringing TV shows to life across the country, gives us the experience needed to provide Londoners with one of the best days out in the capital!"
One of the highlights of the BBC show is expected to be a live interview with the recent winner of The Great British Bake Off, John Whaite. Visitors staying at central London hotels will also be given the chance to find out more about the super baker during a question and answer session.
Tickets cost from £23 if purchased on the door but can be purchased for a discounted £20 in advance. As well as entry, the tickets also come with a guide to the show and a special collection of recipes.
Olympia is next to the Kensington (Olympia) station on the mainline rail network. By London Underground, it is one stop from Shepherd's Bush on the Central line and West Brompton on the District line.