Yes, the inaugural British Biscuit Festival is set to take place over three days in London this month.
As well as providing a much-needed opportunity to eat lots of biscuits, the festival, organised by the Brunswick Centre, also promises a host of intriguing events such the blindfold biscuit challenge, guess the Digestive and the daredevil dunk-off…
The event also promises a strong focus on biscuit creativity, with build-a-biscuit workshops, where you can create your own dream biscuit from a range of fillings, bases and toppings, and an opportunity to create ‘bisc-ART’, with six of the best biscuit artworks being showcased on the day.
There will be scientific experiments on biscuits, including dunking experiments, and a performance exploring Victorian funeral biscuits, paper-wrapped biscuits that were traditionally eaten at funerals.
And if this all sounds too much, there will of course be tea and a selection of biscuits from around the world.
The British Biscuit Festival runs from 8-10 June at the Brunswick Centre, London WC1.