Food and Drink

Food & Drink

Whether you fancy a quick bite from our street food traders to refuel in between Festival events, want to tuck into a three-course meal cooked by renowned chefs in one of our delectable food events or look forward to a good chat with friends over a drink (or two), we’ve got you covered.

Street Food

All around our vibrant Festival Village you will find delicious treats and tasty snacks from around the world brought to you by a range of food traders. Soak up the Festival atmosphere and have a picnic underneath our canopy, no matter what the weather.

Woozy Pig

Based in Cheltenham, the Woozy Pig offer a variety of catering, from dirty burgers, smoked meats, epic BBQ’s, pizzas & loaded hot dogs.

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Le Coq

Le Coq is passionate about cooking. Their mouthwatering buttermilk fried chicken served with skin-on fries and Asian rainbow coleslaw is a party for your taste buds!

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Vegeteria offers delicious and original vegan and vegetarian street food served from an eye-catching stall. Their signature dish is freshly cooked falafel served in pitta with homemade houmous, handcrafted toppings and an array of freshly prepared salads.

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CamperVin are a Cheltenham based mobile bar business running bars at events all over the country. Serving a wide variety of drinks including beers, wines, spirits and cocktails and working with local suppliers where possible to bring passion, fun and quality of service

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Feast Café & Festival Bar

At the heart of the Festival, enjoy a selection of hot and cold food, pastries, cakes and more. A great place for your morning coffee with the newspaper, afternoon tea or a relaxed drink to round off your Festival experience.

Continue the discussions from our events and enjoy free pop-up performances in The Huddle.

The Daffodil

A hidden gem tucked away inside an Art Deco former cinema, this venue is home to some of our most scintillating events. Go on culinary adventures around the globe, discuss current affairs with The Times leaders over breakfast or have a grand night out over delicious dinners with some of Britain’s best chefs.