CELEBRITY chef James Martin is coming to Llandudno.
Following a sell-out 2022 tour, James Martin Live will visit 20 towns and cities and entertain audiences with live demonstrations and cooking tasks.
The fast-moving shows will include three Welsh dates at Swansea Arena on Wednesday, October 25, Wales Millennium Center on Sunday, October 29 and Llandudno Venue Cymru on Thursday, November 02 2023.
Tickets go on sale at 10am on Friday, December 02 via www.ticketmaster.co.uk.
James 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.
He said: “If you can’t stand the heat, stay out of the kitchen. I love the heat so this is going to be a brilliant tour.
“We all had an amazing time on the 2022 tour so I am delighted we get to do it all over again in 2023.
“I’ll be cooking live on stage and hopefully you’ll pick up some tips and tricks along the way but above all else we will have a laugh so get ready to enjoy a great night out.”
Earlier this year more than 30,000 people came to see James on his 18-date tour packing out theaters and arenas across the UK. Mouth-watering dishes were rustled up with audiences delighting at James’ ability to build the ‘biggest and best bacon and cheese butty’, huge Yorkshire puddings and even his own take on the retro Funny Feet ice-cream, using celebrity pals including Holly Willoughby. and Philip Schofield’s feet for the mold.
And with even more dates planned for autumn 2023 the proud Yorkshire-born chef is planning to make the new tour even hotter with fun, laughter, food and even some live music in this exclusive gastronomic experience.
Ben Hatton, Director of Theater Touring for Cuffe and Taylor, said: “I’m delighted we are taking James back out on the road. The 2022 tour of James Martin Live was a huge success selling out venues across the UK so we look forward to repeating this in 2023.
“James Martin has huge appeal both for his incredible cooking skills and his infectious personality so this promises once again to be a hot ticket.”