Join BBC broadcaster Cerys Matthews as she takes us around the world, celebrating her love of food and music.
With a childhood spent foraging and learning to make flapjacks and nettle soup, followed by a life of touring as a musician around the world and delighting in the delicious local delicacies discovered along the way, a love for food and cooking has always been central to Cerys Matthews’ life. And now, to mark the publication of her glorious new book, Where the Wild Cooks Go, she is bringing her culinary learnings from around the globe to multiple UK venues.
Cerys will be sharing the flavours, ingredients, cocktails and tunes that have inspired her over a lifetime of cooking and travelling. She will indulge us with some poetry readings and a sprinkling of singing, playing a few of her favourite songs from the countries that she has visited.
Don’t miss this opportunity to pick up a discounted copy of Where the Wild Cooks Go with your ticket by choosing the book-with-ticket option (book RRP £27).
Cerys Matthews will be signing books after the event.
Cerys will also be talking about Where the Wild Cooks Go at The Good Life Experience, a four-day festival which brings together nature, cooking, writing and philosophy in the Welsh countryside. This year's festival takes place 12 - 15 September.