This summer Foodies Festival is coming to four London destinations from May to August, including two new spots at English Heritage sites Kenwood House and Marble Hill. So what’s all the fuss about?

Foodies Festival features michelin-starred chefs cooking in the Chef’s Theatre; pop-up restaurant tents; drinks masterclasses including tastings; Children’s Cookery Theatre; and live entertainment stage where you can chill out on the grass with all your delicious new produce.

E-Foodies-ice creamWe can’t wait to check out the Street Food Avenue and the World Food Pagodas for a selection of the best food from across the globe; then there’s the Producers Market for a more local touch.

You’ll spot top pastry chefs in the brand new Chocolate, Cake, Bake and Preserves Theatre and for those of you who like a bit of a throw back, there’s the Vintage Tea Tent for daily tea dances, alongside a Vintage Kitchen Market.

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Get your spice on in The Chilli Food Market, new for this year, with a range of chilli growers and artisan producers of sauces, sweets and jams – and for those of you who can handle the heat there’s a Chilli Eating Challenge at 5pm every day.

Or if that’s a little too heated for you, simply kick back and relax on the hay bales in the Real Ale and Cider Farm.

For a taste of luxury you can get a VIP ticket that includes a glass of Nyetimber English Sparkling Wine on arrival, access to the VIP tent with its own private bar and views of the Entertainment Stage, tea, coffee and refreshments throughout the day, a goody bag and priority entry to Theatre and Masterclass sessions.



Foodies Festival |

Marble Hill House, London from 24-26 May

Kenwood House, London on 30/31st May and 1 June

Clapham Common, London from 6-8 June

FEAST at Battersea Park, London from 15-17 August

Tickets cost from £12 to £48 (VIP); children under 12 go free with a paying adult.

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