What’s On: The Ideal Home Show, Manchester


The Ideal Home Show is back at Event City in Manchester next month and is set to be even better than in previous years.

The event will take place from 2nd – 5th June from 10am to 5pm, and will offer seven sections each dedicated to making a house a home this year with the latest trends, including: Interiors, Home Improvements, Food & Housewares, Technology, Gardens, Fashion & Beauty and Shopping.

There will be a number of sections dedicated to home and interiors over the 4 days, these include:

The Ideal Super Theatre – a purpose-built stage will host talks and demonstrations from celebrities and a whole host of other household names, making it the ultimate place to pick up tips and tricks to improve your home

Champagne Bar – located in the heart of the show, visitors can enjoy a well-deserved break as they kick back with a glass of Champagne

The Gregg Wallace Restaurant – the popular on-site restaurant returns for another year, hosted by Ideal Food ambassador Gregg Wallace. Hungry shoppers will be able to enjoy a variety of British seasonal dishes and may even see Gregg as they dine

The Duke’s Head – if you prefer a lunch experience that’s a bit less formal than the restaurant, then you can enjoy traditional food plus a range of wine, beer and spirits at the famous Duke’s Head

Celebrity ambassadors will be on hand to share their top tips and expertise, guiding visitors through the sections of the show and performing on our theatres. Come along and see a host of well-known household names including top foodie Gregg Wallace, interior designer Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, architect and TV presenter George Clarke, TV presenter and inspirational author Katie Piper, gardening expert Diarmuid Gavin, tech-guru Suzi Perry and an appearance from savvy Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis.

For any additional information about the Ideal Home Show visit www.idealhomeshowmanchester.com.

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