Britain’s biggest-circulating lifestyle magazine, Good Housekeeping UK, has announced the return of its Good Housekeeping Live event in London in November.
Held in partnership with Dyson, the event from 10–11 November at 116 Pall Mall promises to be bigger and bolder than its successful launch last year, featuring a curated line-up of celebrity speakers, inspiring workshops, food tasting experiences, wellness practices and literary discussions.
Two big names already confirmed for the 2023 instalment are celebrity cook Dame Mary Berry and actor Sir Michael Palin.
“We’re delighted to bring back Good Housekeeping Live for the second year in a new venue,” said Gaby Huddart, Editor-in-Chief of Good Housekeeping UK.
“As a brand, we have been informing and inspiring our audience for over 100 years, and we were overjoyed to receive such warm feedback following our launch event in 2022. We’re excited to be working with our headline sponsor, Dyson, once again to make the event even bigger and better.”
Good Housekeeping and sponsor Dyson have a close relationship with Dyson technologies rigorously tested by the Good Housekeeping Institute for over 30 years. At the event, Dyson will showcase its latest and pioneering technology as well as hosting a series of talks and workshops hosted by engineers and ambassadors.
“It’s fantastic to see that our products across all categories continuously excel in the rigorous (Good Housekeeping Institute) testing programme, with many products being awarded the much coveted Tried & Tested badge,” said Ketan Patel, Floorcare Design Engineer at Dyson.
“We’re delighted to be partnering with Good Housekeeping for the second year in a row to showcase our latest technologies that can aid people to create cleaner, healthier, and happier homes.”
Tickets for Good Housekeeping Live are now available for purchase. Further details about ticket prices and availability can be found on the official event website.