Porthleven food festival has a line up full of food, drink, chefs and music ready for this weekend.

There will be a variety of chefs cooking up a plethora of dishes in the chef's theatre over the two days, including demonstrations from celebrity chef, Antony Worral Thompson, and Josh Eggleton, one of the youngest chefs to be awarded a Michelin star. Other chefs at the event will include Jude Kereama, Ben Tunnicliffe, Jack Stein and Simon Allott. The winner of Great British Bake Off 2013, Frances Quinn, will also be in the chef's theatre after the food festival's Great Cornish Bake Off.

With entries now live on the festival website, the Great Cornish Bake Off is set to provide plenty of entertainment in the main marquee on the Sunday.

The festival also offers a variety of art installations, film and performances over the weekend, known as Fringe events. These will include the literary festival, kids' zone circus workshops by Swamp Circus, a performance by Penzance youth string orchestra and the Golden oyster food awards.

Immediately after the Golden oyster food awards on Friday evening, there will be street food, music and dancing, with music by The Jar Family, Flats and Sharps, and Polly Money. On the Saturday night there will be a Mad Hatters Ball for partygoers to let loose and enjoy the music by The Mad Cows, Biere de Luxe, Boundless Brothers and Cadgwith Singers.

Tickets for each of these live music events are available online at www.porthlevenfoodfestival.com.

Throughout the weekend, the Fisherman's BBQ will be preparing barbecued tuna, Cornish sardines and prawns, with proceeds from the barbecued fish sales going towards keeping the Ice House running.

A free closing party for the festival will be held on the Sunday, with performances by Shanty, Louella Jade Eke, Grapefruit Moon and Kezia.