GET SOME fresh and stylish ideas for your home ready for this summer as The Ideal Home Show, sponsored by Anglian Home Improvements, is returning to Manchester’s EventCity for its fourth year.
From June 8-11 there will be four fun-filled days at EventCity, Manchester including the latest interactive features, tips and advice to improve your home and garden, plus a brand new Eat & Drink Festival.
As ever, the show is set to provide the ultimate shopping experience with everything you need to update your home for the year ahead.
This year’s show will feature The Rotating Home, as seen on Channel 4 show Amazing Spaces, for visitors to see and explore.
The extraordinary home is a fully functional spherical design allowing the inhabitant to live comfortably in a house created to revolve on its axis depending on which room is required.
And new for 2017, the Eat & Drink Festival is a live experience celebrating the most innovative and delicious food and drink Manchester has to offer from its huge range of local artisan vendors.
It’s set to be a feast for all the senses so pop in to see the newest trends in modern cuisine, mixology, extraordinary tipples and street food.
There will also be live entertainment, celebrity appearances, and expert demonstrations from the likes of Architect George Clarke, Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, Katie Piper, Gregg Wallace, Olly Smith, Ortis Deley and Clive Holland!
To book tickets go online or call 0844 209 7366. Tickets cost £16 for adults on the door or £12.50 in advance, £15 for concessions (over 60s) on the door or £11.50 in advance. Children under 16 go free.
The first Ideal Home Show opened in 1908 and was organised by the Daily Mail, aimed at a growing market of home owners and showcased many labour saving devices that were starting to become more widely available.
In 2010 the show was taken over by Events and Publishing company Media 10 ltd, who re-launched the event to record breaking audiences.
2011 saw the launch of the first ever Ideal Home Show at Christmas and in 2014 both the Ideal Home Show and the Ideal Home Show at Christmas were taken up to Manchester.