Make Sure To Tune Into The Great British Menu

The Great British Menu, series 8 2013, is back on British TV and BBC promises it will be a good one.

The eight series of the show celebrates all the fun of Comic Relief. You will enjoy watching the chefs trying to create a menu that is playful. However, not only will they need to create a playful menu, but they will need to make the menu funny, which may sound easy, but surely they will end up running into all sorts of comical issues when they attempt to create their menu.

The chefs know that they have their work cut out for them, and this is why they will receive some help. So who can provide the help that they need in order to create a playful and funny menu. The group will receive help from some of the funniest comedians in the UK as well as some of the funniest TV comedy writers.

The chefs who will be on the 2013 season of the show is a group of ten. The ten people who will be appearing on the show are Marcus Wareing, Michael Smith, Adam Simmonds, Tim Kerridge, Colin McGurran, Will Holland, Phil Howard, Matt Gillan, Richard Corrigan, Daniel Clifford and Tim Aikens.

The first week will take place in London and the South East. Aikens will be battling newcomers Simmonds and Gillan. Make sure to tune in and watch all the drama unfold between Aikens and the two newbies.

Week two will see Michael Smith, Tony Singh and Mark Greenway, and they will take centre stage and try to get the judges to laugh, which will be no easy task.

Week three gets even better. Aiden Byrne returns and competes against Chris Holland and Mary-Ellen, who are newcomers. Bryne will face off with them in a culinary battle. Week three will have you at the edge of your seat and laughing very hard.

Make sure you do not miss any of the actions. Tune into BBC and check out The Great British Menu. Series 8 promises to be one of the funniest series on the BBC channel.

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