During the run up to Easter, Chocoholics will be able to get their fix at 3 separate festivals.
New Road, Brighton, Broad Street, Oxford and Southbank Centre, London, will be transformed into a chocolate lover’s paradise, with a selection of stalls selling and sampling chocolate in all its forms, from warming hot chocolate to artisan truffles – and even chocolate chilli!
Visitors will not only have the opportunity to eat and shop, but can chat to some of the UK’s top chocolatiers and learn about different aspects of chocolate, including health benefits, uses and how to taste like a professional.
In London, a series of free tutored tastings, talks and demonstrations will be available in the Chocolate Cookery Theatre, coordinated by renowned chef and culinary expert Valentina Harris.
A full list of all events will be announced on www.festivalchocolate.co.uk.
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Notes to Editors:
The Chocolate Festival will be located at:
Brighton, Saturday 17th – Sunday 18th March 2012
10am – 6pm daily
Opposite Royal Pavilion
Join us for two days of chocolate-fuelled festivities when we return to Brighton as part of the annual Brighton & Hove Food and Drink Festival. It’s the perfect place to stock up on delicious Easter gifts and indulge your passion for all things chocolate.
Oxford, Saturday 24th – Sunday 25th March 2012
10am - 6pm daily
This Easter, The Chocolate Festival comes to the historic Broad Street in Oxford for a gastronomic celebration of all things chocolate.
Sample the delights of Master Chocolatiers Damian Allsop and Paul Wayne Gregory and enjoy an array of chocolate treats.
Easter Chocolate Festival, Southbank Centre, 30th March – 1 April 2012
Christmas Chocolate Festival, Southbank Centre, 14th - 16th December 2012
Southbank Centre Square
About Southbank Centre
Southbank Centre is the UK’s largest arts centre, occupying a 21acre site in the midst of London’s most vibrant cultural quarter on the South Bank of the Thames. The site has an extraordinary creative and architectural history stretching back to the 1951 Festival of Britain. Southbank Centre is home to the Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room and the Hayward Gallery as well as The Saison Poetry Library and the Arts Council Collection.
Southbank Centre Square, at the back of the Royal Festival Hall, hosts regular weekend food markets throughout the
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