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Competition: tickets to see MasterChef Live!

PUBLISHED: 14:52 04 November 2009 | UPDATED: 17:18 16 August 2010

Together with BBC Good Food Shows, the Kentish Times can offer five readers a pair of tickets to see MasterChef Live, held at Olympia between November 13 and 15.

Together with BBC Good Food Shows, the Kentish Times can offer five readers a pair of tickets to see MasterChef Live, held at Olympia between November 13 and 15.

MasterChef Live will feature key elements from the TV programme, giving winners the unique opportunity to have-a-go in interactive workshops, watch theatre sessions hosted by John Torode and Gregg Wallace, see past winners give demonstrations live, taste winning dishes in the MasterChef Restaurant and more.

The show brings the TV programme to life via the recreation of key, recognisable elements.

In the Invention Test, 30 visitors per session will get to take on the MasterChef challenge, with John Torode and Gregg Wallace deciding a victor.

The Cookery Experience, sponsored by Sainsbury's, will see MasterChef Cook-Off sessions with previous contestants pitted against each other.

You can also visit the MasterChef Theatre with winners from the TV programmes recreating their signature dishes and answering questions. The MasterChef MasterClass is an interactive workshop where visitors will learn skills from pasta to sushi making directly from masters of their field. The immensely popular Restaurant Experience will this year feature the MasterChef Restaurant run by winners turned professionals, including Thomasina Miers. The show will also contain food and drink exhibitors, and a farmers' market.

For further information on BBC Good Food Shows, visit www.bbcgoodfoodshow.com.


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