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Horwood backs new James Martin tour

James Martin is back on tour this month, following the huge success of his 2016 tour. Stellar is delighted to be partnering the tour with its Stellar James Martin Collection, which James will be using when cooking on stage. The Collection includes knives, cutlery, cookware and bakeware.

Above: The Stellar James Martin Collection on a display stand.
Above: The Stellar James Martin Collection on a display stand.

The new live show will include experiences from James’ hit TV shows French Adventure, American Adventure and Saturday Morning with James Martin, and promises action packed cooking demonstrations with twists, special guests and plenty of humour.

Horwood’s marketing manager, James Robinson comments: “It’s good to see

James going face to face again and it just goes to show James’s popularity grows from strength to strength.” James adds: “James remains as passionate and excited today about cooking and presenting as he was when he became instrumental to Stellar all those years ago.”

James has been working with Stellar for more than 20 years.


Top: TV chef James Martin is back on tour.

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