Celebrity chef James Martin to visit Edinburgh on UK tour in 2022

Celebrity chef James Martin is hitting the road with a brand new tour for 2022, and will stop off at Edinburgh’s Usher Hall as one of the 18 dates across the UK where he will entertain audiences with live demonstrations, cooking tasks and special guests.

Tuesday, 4th May 2021, 8:00 am
Celebrity chef James Martin is hitting the road with a brand-new tour for 2022.

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James, best known for BBC’s Saturday Kitchen and ITV’s Saturday Morning with James Martin, has been entertaining and educating the nation for almost three decades with his expert culinary skills both on screen and through his best-selling cookbooks.

Following the phenomenal success of his previous tours, with James Martin Live audiences can expect to be dazzled as he rustles up mouthwatering dishes with complimentary courses of fun and laughter in the exclusive gastronomic experience.

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Speaking about the tour Mr Martin said: “I love going out on tour so I’m really excited to be announcing brand new shows for 2022.

“We’ve had some really great fun with tours in the past. Of course, I’ll be cooking and trying to teach everyone some tips and tricks but fear not, there will be plenty of humour injected into these shows so prepare to have a really good night out.”

Ben Hatton, Director of Theatre Touring for Cuffe and Taylor, said: “We’re really excited to take James back out on the road. His previous tours have been a massive hit with fans and this new show promises to be exciting, fun and educating as James combines his first-class cooking skills with his brilliant sense of humour.”

James will visit the Usher Hall on Thursday March 10.

Tickets go on sale at 10am Friday May 7 from www.ticketmaster.co.uk

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