The Great British Sewing Bee Live: Discounted tickets and a chance to win free entry!*

The Great British Sewing Bee Live

Have you heard? If you love tuning in to The Great British Sewing Bee (GBSB) on TV, now you can step behind the scenes at the live show!

The Great British Sewing Bee Live

For the first time, the show is coming to London as a four-day event for everyone with a passion for dressmaking, tailoring, fashion and textiles. The Great British Sewing Bee Live will take place at ExCeL London from 21st – 24th September and we’re just a teeny bit excited! To celebrate, we’re offering you the chance to win one of ten free pairs of tickets, plus a discount code to get your tickets for less.
The Great British Sewing Bee Live

What’s on

There’ll be over 250 workshops, demos, a dressmaking drop-in clinic, an exhibition of archive Liberty pieces, a dressmaking fashion catwalk, and stalls from over 150 dressmaking and sewing suppliers to browse. Step into the Super Theatre to see host Jenny Eclair, your fave contestants from the show and GBSB judges Patrick Grant and Esme Young take to the stage. Patrick and Esme will be sharing their insider knowledge on dressmaking and show you some of their favourite pieces too.

The Great British Sewing Bee

Fashion and Textile Museum/photo by Daniel Lewis

Enjoy a GBSB discount code

We’ve got a discount code for Mollie Makes readers to get £1.50 off advance adult tickets and £1 off advance concession tickets. Just use the code MMD when you book. Tickets are available by calling 0844 581 1318 or at www.thegreatbritishsewingbeelive.com. What are you waiting for?

Win free tickets

We’ve teamed up with GBSB Live to offer ten readers a pair of one day adult tickets each. They’re redeemable for any day except Saturday 23rd September. All you have to do is enter the competition by 5pm on Sunday 27th August.

 

Thank you for entering – this competition is now closed. The winners are: Amber Jibb, Anne Lambert, Jill Blundell, Jane Padgham, Simon Tutthill, Fozia Akhtar, Jodie Green, Sharon Mead, Maggie Volland and Pam Saunders.

*This is a sponsored post