It’s the 10th anniversary of the fabulous Foodies Festival, so we’re celebrating by giving you 2-4-1 tickets to the Clapham Common event. You’re welcome.

So why is Foodies Festival the bee’s knees? Well, it’s the perfect combination of street-food tastings and full-on food festival, with top chefs putting on free (yes, free!) demonstrations in the dedicated theatres and tip top producers offering tastings galore.

You’ll find us in the Wine and Champagne Theatre for free expert tastings (without fail), but if beer is your thing then get yourself to the Beer Theatre for tasting, tutoring, and food and beer pairings. It’s all included in the ticket price, all you have to do is register for the demonstrations as soon as you arrive at the festival. Be quick, the popular ones fill up fast!

If you’re not already bursting at the seams, dessert can be found in the Chocolate Theatre and the Cake and Bake Theatre, where even more demonstrations will be taking place.

There’s a huge line-up for the Chef’s Theatre this summer, where you can go behind the scenes with just some of the following: healthy living blogger Deliciously Ella; head chef of mediterranean Ember Yard; winner of MasterChef 2014 Ping Coombes; Great British Bake Off 2012 winner John Whaites; TV chef Aldo Zilli; head chef of Brew, Moran Etedgi; Ben Tish of SaltyardKim Woodward of York & Albany; and Paul Shearing of vintage-inspired Bread Street Kitchen.

And don’t miss the Chilli Food Market and the all-important Chilli Eating Challenge that’s a firm favourite every year. After all that feasting, you can end the day by soaking up some live music. Summer bliss.

So what are you waiting for? All you have to do is go to and type in the CODE: SEL241 when buying tickets, and you’ll receive our special 2 4 1 reader offer.


READ all about last year’s Foodies Festival HERE.

CLICK HERE to WIN tickets to the Clapham Common Foodies Festival!

When and where?

Clapham Common Foodies Festival | 24-26 July

Friday 24 July and Saturday 25 July: 11am-8pm

Sunday 26 July: 11am-7pm

Clapham Common, South Side
Nightingale Lane
SW12 9DE

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