Foodies everywhere, Bristol Foodies Festival 2021 will be celebrating top chefs, tasty food, delicious drinks and live music with headliners Scouting for Girls.
Watch MasterChef champions, Michelin star and top local chefs cooking their signature summer recipes in The Chefs Theatre where you can pick up top tips.
The line-up includes newly-crowned MasterChef Champion 2021 Tom Rhodes, MasterChef finalist 2021 Mike Tomkins, MasterChef: The Professionals Champion 2020 Alex Webb, MasterChef: The Professionals finalist 2020 Philli Armitage-Mattin, chef & author Omar Allibhoy and Norman Musa.
Learn how to make show stopping cakes in The Cake & Bake Theatre with expert bakers including Great British Bake Off Stars who will share their best baking hints and tips live on stage, with easy-to-make recipes that are as delicious to look at as they are to eat. Indulge in afternoon tea staples such as lemon drizzle loaf, delicious buns, chocolate delights, as well as gluten free and vegan sweet treats.
Sample new wines, champagnes and cocktails in The Drinks Theatre, eat delicious street food from around the world, taste new flavours, meet artisan producers, have fun all day with chilli eating competitions and food challenges.
Children can join in the fun at The Kids Cookery Theatre run by SuperChefs, where they can learn to create scrumptious recipes with a teddy bear picnic theme.
Enjoy a special weekend of music celebrating the inimitable, Bristol born musician Keith Tippett. This event promises to be a dazzling snapshot of a brilliant musician who made such an indelible mark on the international contemporary music scene.
Avant Garde jazz, contemporary classical, jazz-rock fusion and even pop, Tippett was a unique musical character and one of the most creative figures of the European music scene.
This two-day event explores much of his incredible body of work, starting off in Bristol Beacon’s foyer in homage to The Rare Music Club.
The line-up features sets by Chris Wood, David Le Page & Philip Sheppard, Theo May and Paul Dunmall – so you can enjoy a varied tapestry of talent that captures the diversity of the artists who inhabited the club over its various incarnations.
A packed programme on Saturday takes over St George’s from midday to late night. Starting with a duo double bill of Matthew Bourne & Glen Leach, plus the vocal duo of Julie Tippetts & Maggie Nicols.
The afternoon concert features Granite to Wind Septet with a stellar line-up including Ben Waghorn, James Gardiner-Bateman, and Kevin Figes – all of whom played on the 2011 recording. The event finishes off with an evening performance by The Paul Dunmall Quartet.