Brimming with all things baking, decorating and sugar craft, The Cake & Bake Show is returning to ExCeL London this autumn. Visitors are able to stock their shelves with the latest baking equipment, tools and gadgets from over 150 top baking brands, try and buy the sweetest artisan treats and gain insight from celebrity experts as they whip up a storm live on stage.
Caption: Rosemary Shrager
Running from 1-3 October, this year’s show is set to be bigger than ever! Don’t miss a full programme of baking stars as they take to The Baking Theatre with delicious demos – experts include Eric Lanlard, Rosemary Shrager, Paul A Young and more! Plus, you’ll be wowed by this year’s incredible Cake Competition – the main theme for this year is ‘Over the Rainbow’ a tribute to our NHS heroes. It is the year of big, bold colour combinations and cakes that make a statement. Prepare to be amazed!
Caption: Eric Lanlard
Head over to the Sugar Craft Stage where you can learn valuable tips and techniques on a wide range of cake decorating methods and sugar craft skills. Learn almost everything from the masters – from how to perfect your piping to how to make the perfect chocolate tuile. Molly Robbins, Rosie Cake Diva and Juliet Sear are just a few of the big names confirmed.
We’ve got all of this along with, our life-size show-stopping edible cake masterpiece created by Rosie Cake Diva and of course our Champagne & Nail Bar, where you can relax and toast to a great day out at The Cake & Bake Show.
So what are you waiting for? Enjoy a fabulously sweet day out for just £10pp* (saving £9) when you quote CABCDS. Plus, £5 tickets for children aged 7-15. Children aged 6 and under go free.*
Ticket Offer T&Cs
Offer price is £10 for one adult ticket instead of £19 standard on the door rate. Kids aged 7-15 years old ticket price £5 each (standard on the door rate £9.50). Discounted concessions and student tickets not included in this offer. Kids aged 6 and under go free when accompanied by a paying adult (maximum 2 kids per adult). Carers must be accompanied by a paying disabled visitor.