Anomalous has teamed up with the organisers to offer 5 pairs of tickets to the biggest baking show in London!
The nation’s favourite bakers return to the show to once again to entertain 30,000 baking enthusiasts for three days of baking action.
The Cake & Bake Show is the ‘go to’ for baking expertise and inspiration from our celebrity bakers, as well as live cake decorating, skills classes, real bread demos, live bake offs, plus hundreds of stands offering up to the minute sugarcraft and baking equipment, plus a bounty of delectable cakes, breads and pies.
Meet the Great British Bake Off GBBO Champions reunited from all four series: John Whaite, Frances Quinn, Jo Wheatley and Edd Kimber.
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At the beginning of every week a 'Quirk' is posted here. This 'Quirk' is usually an event taking place in London during the week or at the weekend which is unique and quirky and may not have been widely advertised.
Anomalous London tries to find these anomalous events to keep the enjoyment of the glorious capital city of London alive. The Archive has details of past quirky events along with some lovely pictures.
2nd–5th October 2014
To celebrate Victoria’s current makeover, Land Securities is hosting a celebration of this transformation. Shops, restaurants, cultural hotspots and entertainment destinations of SW1 will be opening up their doors for one special weekend. Inside Out Victoria will give Londoners an exclusive ‘backstage’ view of everything on offer in and around Victoria.
Some of the biggest names from across Victoria’s thriving music, art, food and fashion scenes will be taking part, including St James Theatre, Curzon Victoria, The Vincent Rooms, the Qube Project, Adam White Personal Training, Delfina Foundation, Donna Ida, Chelsea College of Arts and Cardinal Place food market.
There are early morning training sessions for fitness fanatics, a musical theatre workshop for wannabe Idina Menzels, a fashion film screening and Q&A for catwalk queens, and gastronomic demonstrations for foodies – to name just a few.
Expect special offers, in-store activities and other promotions. A fun free event to enjoy in a newly developed area of London.
For further information on what's on click here.
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