A two day cheese festival is coming to London


A two day cheese festival is coming to London
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Finally, some gouda news.

While we may be facing a wine shortage, the other part of the wine and cheese equation is going strong.

There’s a cheese advent calendar. Cheese has been found to be good for your teeth. A halloumi-themed popup is on its way. It’s a good time for cheese.

Next month things are still looking up for our melty pal – there’s going to be a massive cheese festival in London, and we reckon it’ll be brie-lliant.

Matthew Carver, the cheesy genius behind The Cheese Bar and the London Cheese Project, is planning to take over the Geffrye Museum in November for two glorious days of cheese-smothered fun.

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The London Cheese Project Festival will showcase a bunch of fancy cheesemakers, as well as offering up all kinds of cheese covered street food – think fondue, sandwiches, and more from Raclette Brothers, Mac Factory, and The Cheese Truck.

There’ll also be craft beer, wine, live music, and talks and demonstrations from some of the top experts in cheese.

If you fancy heading along (come on, you’d be a bit of a melt not to), tickets start from £4 and are available through Eventbrite.

Key information about The London Cheese Project Festival:

What: A two day cheese festival serving up street food, cheese to take home, wine, and beer

When: 4 November and 5 November, 11am-8pm

Where: Geffrye Museum, 136 Kingsland Road, E2 8EA

How to go: You can book tickets through Eventbrite

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