Free Tickets to the Allergy and Free From Show 2014

23 Mar

Last May I paid my second visit to the Allergy and Free from Show at London Olympia.  It’s always a fantastic event and a great chance to say hello to some of your favourite gluten free producers and of course meet some new ones.  Personally I find it’s always a great opportunity to meet up with gluten free friends from the social media world too.  This years show will again be held at London Olympia, though slightly later than last year with the event running from Friday 4 – Sunday 6 July (2014).


The good news is that Gluten Free by the Sea has teamed up with the Allergy and Free From Show to bring readers of this blog unlimited free tickets to the 2014 show in London.  To apply for your tickets follow this link.

The show as always provides free seminars and a chance to meet a range of specialist consultants, cooking demos, support groups and engage in workshops.  Running simultaneously at Olympia this year will again be V Delicious, a vegetarian good food show.  Of course though, the big attraction is the chance to sample and buy so much great gluten free food from so many suppliers at once.

Last year the show was absolutely packed on the Saturday when we visited as it has become increasingly popular.  The show is moving to a bigger hall this year, so hopefully there will be a little more room for manoeuvre in the Grand Hall.  You can read my review of the 2013 show here.  For those that found the show too busy last year, the organisers are also offering a VIP package this year.  For £45 per person you will get early access to the show, special offers, access to a VIP lounge and more.  You can see full details of benefits and book tickets here.

Personally I think the VIP package sounds great, but is a bit expensive for me on top of the cost of travelling from Plymouth.  However if it does appeal to you then you can get 20% off VIP tickets by using the Gluten Free by the Sea discount code GfreeBYtheSEA


If you will also be travelling some distance to London, then it’s very much worth spending a few days in the capital exploring some of the great gluten free places to eat.  For a few ideas have a read of a blog post on one of my previous trips to London here.

So what are you waiting for?  Grab your free tickets to the Allergy and Free From Show here and I will hopefully see you there!

Kevin, Gluten Free by the Sea


5 Responses to “Free Tickets to the Allergy and Free From Show 2014”

  1. vics1972 March 23, 2014 at 8:58 pm #


    Thanks for the info. Unfortunately it’s the same day/weekend as The Tour de France Grand depart her in Yorkshire.

    Hope they will have the Liverpool one again 🙂

    Vicki (Leeds Group)


  2. ruthholroyd March 24, 2014 at 12:34 pm #

    I hope to be there as I agree, it’s a great event, though the crowds have been steadily growing to gannet propotions. I wonder if the £45 tickets will take off? Anyone tempted? or are we all going for the free ticket option? Kevin – we should try to organise a bloggers meet up at the show. Would you be up for that?

    • Kevin Gollop March 24, 2014 at 12:38 pm #

      Getting in early and having a nice VIP lounge to escape to does sound nice, but I really can’t justify £90 for two of us when we can get in free. Have met up with bloggers/tweeps at the previous two shows and would definitely be interested again. Not sure if we’re going Friday or Saturday at the moment


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