We couldnt be happier than to announce that Andi Oliver is coming to Chester. We were very keen to get Andi, she has been a breath of fresh air on The Great British Menu, with her immense food knowledge and forthright opinions.
Andi Oliver has one of the most varied biogs with TV performances, live music acts and so much commitment to the food and drink industry. This year she has opened a new restaurant, ‘Andi’s’, and can be heard as a regular panel member alongside Jay Rayner, Angela Hartnett, and Henry Dimbleby on BBC Radio 4’s The Kitchen Cabinet.
In 2006 she presented the much talked about The Truth About Food for the BBC and then in in April of 2007 she and Neneh Cherry hosted a cooking series on BBC2 called Neneh and Andi Dish It Up.
Andi Oliver has had an incredibly varied creative career, starting in 1981 when she fronted the band Rip Rig and Panic alongside Neneh Cherry. She then went on to host the hit cult show Badass TV with Ice T on Channel 4. She was also the host of the hugely successful popular afternoon show on GLR for three years and for 8 years presented The Selector– a show for The British Council, broadcast in over 15 different countries.
Andi also regularly co-hosts coverage for BBC at Glastonbury and was Creative director of The Birdcage for two years before launching her very own kitchen at The Jackdaw and Star, a beautifully renovated pub and eaterie in the heart of Homerton.
Cooking and entertainment are at the very heart of a particularly talented lady and we are delighted that she will share some of her skills and secrets on the stage at the Taste Cheshire Food and Drink Festival this year.
Andi will appear on the stage at midday and 3pm on Sunday the 21st April.
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