Discovery Live Stage

The Discovery Live Stage within the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery is certainly not to be missed.

Last year Mr 'Wheeler Dealer' Mike Brewer was joined by his co-host and mechanic Ant Anstead on our very own Live Stage which was jam packed with motoring magic, madness and mayhem all day long.

Wheeler Dealers is one of the most popular shows on the Discovery Channel and the biggest motoring show in the world! Mike Brewer buys and sells cars bringing them back to the workshop for Ant Anstead to repair and restore them to tip top condition for Mike to sell for a tidy profit.

The packed stage programme, including talks, interviews and game shows, also features the 'Practical Classics Practical Challenge' in which the team from Practical Classics magazine undertake a classic car challenge on Friday morning – that usually starts with a box of parts -  which needs to be a running, driving car by Sunday afternoon. Follow the team as they fight against the clock to get the car finished before the horns sound marking the end of the show. One particularly memorable challenge was to recreate Mr Bean's Mini live on stage, using a Mini that Rowan Atkinson's son once owned which the talented PC team had driving off the stage in it's full capacity on Sunday evening.

Previous motoring experts and celebrity guests joining Mike and Ant on stage have included the team from TV's Goblin Works Garage (Jimmy De Ville, Helen Stanley and Ant Partridge), Salvage Hunters: Classic Cars team Drew Pritchard and Paul Cowland, Jesse McClure from British Treasure American Gold, iconic car designer Frank Stephenson and TV's Judge Rinder plus many more! 

Just to top it off, there were classic car parades from the Sporting Bears’ Dream Rides, special guests, expert advice, game shows with fantastic prizes, giveaways and general tomfoolery all day, every day.

Keep checking back for this year's stage timetable and celebrity guests announcements and come along and grab a seat (for free) and enjoy the show!

Note: There will be a sign language interpreter on the stage for those who may need assistance on one of the days - more details to follow.