Immersive food and drink: cheesy or actually shedloads of fun? We've been to a couple of events now and we can definitely vouch for the latter. Whether it's diving into a ball pit or trying to solve a Twin Peaks-style murder, we've done quite a few odd things in the name of food writing. 

This year's no exception, as the offering just seems to get better – there's everything from honey tastings (what we'd consider to a nice introduction to immersive experiences) to a full-on Wild West gold rush to tickle your fancy, as well as immersive experts Gingerline's ever-popular Chambers of Flavour. This isn't for the shy and retiring amongst you...