Come along to BelFeast's Food Theatre in The MAC and see some of the stars of Belfast's local restaurant scene in foodie action.
Hosted by the BBC's Kim Lenaghan, this is your chance to discover the delicious secrets behind some of their most flavoursome dishes. BelFeast food festival is proudly sponsored by Destination CQ BID and supported by Food NI.
The Food Theatre runs over two days with two sessions on each day, each with its own special selection of talks and demonstrations. Tickets for each session cost £10 and are available from the MAC Box Office at www.themaclive.com
or by phone on 028 9023 5053.
For further details on the BelFeast festival and to see the full programme of tasty events, visit www.belfastcity.gov.uk/belfeast
Saturday 24 March
Session One (11am - 2pm):11am: The Best of Belfast Brunching with Tim Fetherston from General Merchants.
12 noon: Seasonal Eating with Kim Close with Will Donnan from Flavour First
1pm: Keeping Local Traditions Alive with Calvin and Jane Holohan from Holohan's Pantry and Holohan's at The Barge
Session Two (2pm - 5pm):2pm: Veganism, Flexitarianism, Reductarianism - Food Fad or Fact? with Ben Arnold from Home
3pm: Me and My Mentor with Danny Millar from Balloo Inns and Richard McCracken from Cyprus Avenue
4pm: A Perfect Pairing with Niall McKenna from James Street South Restaurant Group and Gerry White from Jawbox Gin
Sunday 25 March
Session Three (11am - 2pm):11am: NI Produce Showcase Brunch with Stephen Jeffers from Forestside Cookery School
12 noon: The Italian Job with Tony O'Neill from Coppi
1pm: From Farm to Fork with Jilly and Simon Dougan from NATIVE at Yellow Door at The MAC
Session Four (2pm - 5pm):2pm: Chef, Why Is My Plate So Small? with Gerard Doran from Buba
3pm: Fish Made Simple with Alex Greene from Deanes EIPIC and Lisa McBride of Mourne Fishbox
4pm: The Magic of Meat with Joseph Neeson from The Bull & Ram