Since its inception in 2014, Bristol Food Connections has been celebrating the incredible culinary culture and characters of our fair city. BFC helps people from Bristol and beyond to discover delicious new local eateries, to learn about the people and industries underpinning these places, and to ask themselves wider questions relating to food and our lives. How can we strengthen a city's sense of community through food? What can be done to tackle food waste? And how can we encourage people to move away from the high street, urging them instead to discover some of the myriad independent businesses that blossom across Bristol?

These are just some of the issues explored in previous years at BFC, with the festival bringing people of all ages, shapes and sizes together through a love of great food. After a hiatus in 2017, Bristol Food Connections is back with a bang for 2018. Wriggle are absolutely delighted to be ticketing events for this years festival; check out a comprehensive list of what's on below...

Undisputed king of seafood Rick Stein will be cooking live at Bristol Old Vic on Saturday 20th January. 

Grab your ticket to pescatarian perfection here. 

Bristol is recognised and admired internationally for its food tech prowess; we are a hotspot for innovation of all kinds. Satisfy your brain as well as your stomach learning about what makes the industry tick at this incredible all-day food tech conference. Key figures from across the sector will be discussing a diverse range of topics, including: top quality branding (Michael Wiper of Wiper & True), local PR in the digital world (Meg Pope of Duchess Media), and running a successful family business (Zoheb Ismail of Bristol Sweet Mart). 

Click here to get your ticket – lunch and refreshments are included. For a concession ticket, please email hello@getawriggleon.com.

Enjoy a real taste of luxury with a fabulous fine dining feast cooked by the talented team at Spike Island Café. The twist? Everything on the menu has been created from produce and products that would typically be discarded as food waste. Real food for thought...

To book a ticket including wine flight, please click here.

If you'd like your food waste feast booze-free, click here

Published -9th January 2018