Ticket Offer: Grand Designs Live 2015 At ExCel

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Ticket Offer: Grand Designs Live 2015 At ExCel

This is a reader offer from Grand Designs Live.

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The UK's leading contemporary home show
The UK's leading contemporary home show
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The UK's leading contemporary home show

Whether you're house-proud, garden-mad or build-ambitious, you will find ideas and inspiration galore at the biggest ever Grand Designs Live London show at ExCel from 2-10 May.

Londonist readers can get cut-price tickets across any of the days by using the code LONDONIST241! To redeem, just enter the code when booking online at www.granddesignslive.com, or quote it on the ticket booking line 0844 854 1348.

The UK's leading contemporary home show, here are some highlights to look forward to this year:

  • Ask An Expert promises to offer specialist advice to aspiring developers and those undertaking a home improvement, to assist with getting their own Grand Designs project underway
  • For the eco-conscious visitor, Kevin McCloud’s Green Heroes will demonstrate show ambassador Kevin McCloud’s hand-picked selection of the most impressive eco-innovations and technologies
  • Launching this year is George Clarke’s Amazing Sheds. George’s sheds have been created in collaboration with master craftsman William Hardie and are based on some of the ideas seen on the Channel 4 show Amazing Spaces. Showcasing at Grand Designs Live is a unique modular design which will be put on sale to the public for the first time.
  • New for 2015, the Green House is an interactive walk through experience, showing the latest innovative gadgets and eco technology, as well as lighting designs and systems for the home
  • The Grand Designs Eco Trail will feature highlights of those exhibitors that have eco or sustainable build products, making it easier for visitors with an interest in eco-friendly innovations to find the products that matter to them
  • The Grand Kitchens will include a unique interactive cookery demonstration stage, a kitchen design seminar stage and a private consultation area for visitors to receive expert advice on their kitchen projects (and don't miss the cookalongs with top chefs!)
  • A new Grand Kitchens feature this year is the Miele Live Kitchen Seminar Stage, which will host a busy schedule of kitchen design talks including kitchen design, technology, trends, materials and more
  • The Garden Design Competition will see entrants submit a garden design based on ‘Encouraging Wildlife in Your Garden’, giving garden designers and landscapers a chance to showcase their skills
  • The Grand Village promises to showcase best-in-class innovation as seen on Channel 4's Grand Designs, featuring eco homes by Natural Building Live and Easy Domes, plus offering hands-on activities for visitors
  • The Grand Theatre will host a ‘Meet the Grand Designer’ seminar each day, featuring a celebrity host alongside a couple or family from the recent Grand Designs series. The Theatre will also feature topical debates with a range of guest speakers including: Kevin McCloud, George Clarke, Wayne Hemingway, Dan Hopwood, Sophie Robinson, Charlie Luxton, Lucy Hedges, Jo Hamilton and James Alexander Sinclair
  • This year visitors can visit the Grand Designs Live Interiors Theatre, which will host a series of talks regarding home decorating, and interior roomsets, for home inspiration.

Londonist readers can get cut-price tickets across any of the days by using the code LONDONIST241! To redeem, just enter the code when booking online at www.granddesignslive.com, or quote it on the ticket booking line 0844 854 1348.

Terms and conditions: this discount code allows readers to purchase two Weekday tickets for £17 or two Weekend tickets for £20, the equivalent of 50% off on-the-door rates. Transaction fee of £1.70 applies per order. Offer on standard tickets only. Weekend ticket is required for Monday 4 May (Bank Holiday). Offer expires 10 May 2015.

Last Updated 28 April 2015

Richard Newbury

actually offers 2 tickets for £20, not 2 for £15. Good saving though :-)