Eat Your Heart Out 2012

Eat Your Heart Out is back for 2012 and this time it’s an entire anatomically correct cake shop – inspired by our location in the glorious pathology museum at St Bart’s in London. We are open from the 26th – 28th October 2012, 11.00 – 19.00 every day.  The fast track tickets sold out in under a week but don’t worry you can still come without one you just might have to queue!

For all cake and event questions please contact or tweet @miss_cakehead.

28 thoughts on “Eat Your Heart Out 2012

  1. […] The second annual Eat Your Heart Out exhibition features a wide array of bizarre and grotesque goodies curated by “evil genius” public relations manager “Miss Cakehead” aka Emma Thomas (HuffPost Food has featured some of her other work previously). The goods are available for purchase by non-squeamish pastry lovers. […]

  2. Would love to have attended this event but I used your incorrect post code to locate it (I didn’t read the directions below which would have clued me into the incongruity). If you have any tips on where I might see some of these baked goods I would love to hear them.

    • Oh sorry to hear that – we had to offset the benefits of being set in a pathology museum against being in a tricky location to find. We will be back in 2013 but in the meantime please feel free to contact any of the bakers directly if you want to order anything in the meantime. An #EYHO online shop will also be opening.

  3. What went wrong? Turned up at 1800 Sunday and there were others who couldn’t get in too. Website still says it ends1900 every day – why didn’t you update it if you decided to close early or leave a sign on the door or by the lift apologising?

    • My apologies for this, in fact I have already posted on the Facebook page too in response to another similar complaint –

      I wrongly assumed that everyone is a social media geek like me and would check for Twitter / Facebook opening time updates. I also appreciate we did not make it clear that we would close once we sold out, and did not realise that a note had been left on the door. I’ve logged your email and leave it with me as working on something for all those left disappointed. I am really sorry. The response was immense and never dreamt we would sell out so early.

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