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BBC Good Food Show Dubai opens with stellar line up of celebrity chefs

Three day culinary feast runs until Saturday at DWTC

His Excellency Butti Saeed Al Ghandi, Second Vice-Chairman of the Dubai World Trade Centre has officially opened the first BBC Good Food Show Dubai.

Running until Saturday 19 December at the Dubai World Trade Centre, alongside the Dubai Winter Fest, the event features household names James Martin, Paul Hollywood, Andy Bates, Silvena Rowe, Ed Baines and Atul Kochhar who will all prepare a range of dishes for a live audience in the Supertheatre.

With an additional Interview Stage hosted by Lotte Duncan and Book Signing sessions with all the chefs, visitors have more than a chance to chat to their favourite chefs and find out some top kitchen secrets.

A limited number of Super and VIP tickets are still available to purchase at the door. The Super ticket includes a day pass entry to the event and a guaranteed seat to watch the celebrity chefs perform their magic at the Supertheatre, while the VIP entry includes seating in the first five rows of the Supertheatre, access to the VIP lounge, a glass of bubbly or a pot of tea and valet parking.

The BBC Food Show Dubai is supported by BBC Good Food Middle East magazine, Lime & Tonic, Zomato, Dubai Week Online, FoodEMag, Maggi, co-sponsor of the Supertheatre, FoodOnClick, sponsor of the Interview Stage and Starbucks sponsor for the Media Lounge.