World Curry Festival postponed
Annual attraction to be staged later this year
The World Curry Festival, set to be held in Bradford’s City Park between Friday 5th June and Sunday 7th June, has been postponed until later this year.
A statement on behalf of the organisers read: “It is with regret that the World Curry Festival...will now be postponed. The circumstances surrounding the rescheduling were completely unforeseen, and sadly unavoidable.”
New dates for the three-day event will be released soon with the public urged to visit www.worldcurry festival.com for the latest news and information.
In previous years, the annual festival has grown into a global event, welcoming in chefs from around the world with recipes shared in the curry theatre by the likes of Chef Hemant Oberoi and Norman Musa.
This year’s event will still be the biggest yet, following on from the World Curry Festival team’s trip to Malaysia earlier this year where new relationships and exciting connections were made.
Events planned to coincide with the festival’s initial dates – Words in the City and For the Love of Music – will continue to go ahead.
For more information and tickets on Ilkley Literature Festival’s ‘Words in the City’ visit www.ilkleyliteraturefestival.org.uk.
For information on the BBC’s ‘For the Love of Music’ – set to be hosted in City Park on Friday 5th June, visit bbc.co.uk/musicday.