Like the very best Advent calendars, The Chocolate Festival will be packed full of surprises, gifts and chocolates. Exhibitors include Rococo, Valrhona, Original Beans, William Curley, Damian Allsop, Paul Wayne Gregory, Sir Hans Sloane, Paul A Young, L’Artisan Du Chocolat and many more.
Visitors will not only have the opportunity to eat and shop (indulging in treats such as chocolate chilli, chocolate beer, chocolate macarons, fudge and chocolate cakes) 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.
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. The Spring Chocolate Festivals held in London and at spots around the UK this year had over 100,000 visitors, and it is expected The Christmas Chocolate Festival at Southbank will be even more popular.
A full list of all events and exhibitors will be announced on The Chocolate Festival website
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Notes to Editors
The Chocolate Festival will be located at Southbank Centre. Nearest station is Waterloo.
The Chocolate Festival is one of a number of food festivals organised by Yael Rose. These include the popular Cheese & Wine Festival, Tea and Coffee Festival and the new Real Bread Festival.
Each festival follows Yael’s signature model, creating a fun and informative environment that allows visitors to not only shop and learn, but also to speak and interact with some of Britain’s best producers and experts.
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 year.
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