£10 for Two Tickets to The Great British Home Show at Glow, Bluewater (Up to 50% Off)
- Over 200 exhibitors
- Experts include DIY enthusiast Craig Phillips, designer and architect Oliver Heath and Guardian gardening columnist / BBC gardener Alys Fowler
- Reveal your hidden home themed features
- Kitchens, bedrooms, gardens, and DIY all covered
- Food and drinks section
- Valid for one day's access
- ‘Street party’ with brass band and typical 1952 house
- 5,200sq metre space
- Free entry for under 15's
Limit 1 per 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Book required online at www2.seetickets.com/gbhomeshow/price.asp?code=614022&pgroup=1&filler1=id1gbhomeshow&filler2=multiid1gbhomeshow&filler3= with details and Groupon codes. Non-cancellable. Excludes £1.50 transaction fee, to be paid on booking. Children under 15 get free access. Original value based on adult weekend ticket.
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While a man's home is his castle, recent castle in the air reports suggest that he might find a house more grounded. Work from the floor up with today's Groupon: £10 for two day tickets to The Great British Home Show on 31 May to 4 June 2012 at Glow, Bluewater.
About the venue
Constructed to the tune of £60 million, Glow, Bluewater is a tailor-made events space spanning 5,200 square metres. With an upper and lower hall as well as a private gallery area, the expansive centre extends from Bluewater's shopping facilities to host fashion, food, lifestyle, and comedy events.
About the event
Set to run over the first weekend in June, The Great British Home Show will add to over 200 exhibitors with the regal celebrations of a Great British street party. The 2012 show's theme is “reveal your hidden home”, and keeps centre focus on ways to improve, rather than exchange, habitats. Great British kitchens, bedrooms, and gardens are amongst the comprehensive lot covered here, while an entire section will also be dedicated to food. Those interested in redecorating can intersperse time spent at creative features and exhibits with sups of British beers, bites of British cuisine, and note-taking from the chefs serving up practical cooking advice.
Fully embracing the festive summer spirit, the 2012 Great British Home Show will devote a whole floor to a Great British street party. The floor will be designed to look like a village green, complete with a brass band and traditional market stalls. Visitors will be invited to step back in time with a typical 1952 home, comparing its enclaves to the shining new examples on display in the rest of the show.
Open Thursday 10am- 9pm, Friday 10am-9pm, Saturday 9am-9pm, Sunday 11am-5pm, and Monday 10am-6pm.
Regular trains arrive at Greenhithe or Ebbsfleet station, from where a Fastrack A or B bus can be taken to Bluewater