Following the brielliant success of last year’s cheese fest, Cheese Street is returning to London in April.
I bet you’ve had enough of cheese puns by now. You might even say you Camembert them. Ha. Haha. Ha.
This time around, Cheese Street is coming to Parliament Hill Farmer’s Market in Hampstead, and it’s bringing all of the cheese (and we don’t mean The Venga Boys).
Expect appearances from Britain’s best, including the likes of The Old Cheese Room and Wildes Cheese, while the Cellarman will be providing cheese tours throughout the day. There’ll also be some of London’s cheesiest street food attending the festival, including French-Canadian poutine purveyors The Poutinerie, mac and cheese maestros Mac to the Future and, of course, The Cheese Truck, dishing out the very best cheese toasties in the business. Does it get much cheddar than that?
Where: William Ellis School, off Highgate Road, NW5 1RN. Nearest station is Gospel Oak. Find it on Google Maps.
When: Saturday 28th April, 10am – 3pm.
Entry: free, but we can’t guarantee you won’t spend any money while you’re there.
More information: head to their Facebook page.