PREVIEW: Seaham Food Festival

Posted on June 3rd 2019 by Whats on Northeast

The new Seaham Food Festival will be coming to the coast on Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 June 2019. 

Set in the lively harbour town, the festival will bring a host of culinary delights to Durham’s heritage coast, with top chefs, fabulous traders and producers, and tasty demonstrations to get the taste buds tingling.

A truly tempting treat awaits with live music and attractions, plus lots to see and do for the kids. 

Make sure you save the date and don’t miss a world of fantastic foods and cuisines.

There will be a host of local traders with delicious food to take home along with street food, cocktails, bars and treats to enjoy while you soak up the seaside atmosphere

Top TV chefs John Torode and Phil Vickery are set to head the line-up at this brand-new summer free food festival.

John Torode co-host and judge of Masterchef, Celebrity Masterchef and Junior Masterchef, and Phil Vickery from TVs This Morning and Ready Steady Cook, will be taking centre stage to deliver some tasty, fun and informative cookery demonstrations.

Featuring regional produce and tempting treats from around the world, food lovers can look forward to barbecues, seafood, ice cream, cocktails and alfresco dining by the sea.

The tasty ‘Demo Kitchen’ featuring The Crabstock Boys and Rachel Green also will inspire home chefs of all abilities, while live music and children’s activities


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