Friday, 1 October 2010

Leeds - The World Curry Festival at Millennium Square

Gone but not forgotten..........

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This weekend -1st – 3rd October 2010 in Milleneum Square, Leeds hosts a three day extravaganza of food and culture. Featuring a wide variety of International food and drink, including master classes from renowned curry chefs, and live music, street entertainment and a host of other spicy activities!

Indian food, Thai food, Caribbean food, Malay food, Sri Lankan food and Japanese food will be on display throughout the event, as well as the Great British curry. Independent artists will entertain you with their music, dance and theatre acts, whilst you browse and buy what's on offer.

Take in the sights, sound and smells of our spice souk, watch a curry master class with a celebrity chef, do a spot of shopping, listen to some music and then relax with a tasty curry and a beer in the comfortable surroundings of our festival square! This is a truly unique event in one of the UK’s most exciting cities. No need to book in advance just turn up and pay the entrance fee.

Prices
Concessions £3
General £6
VIP £25

VIP TICKET INCLUDES
Entry to our VIP area
Exclusive Q&A with one of our chefs
Inclusive of lunch and a glass of champagne

Dates and Times Dates Times
Fri 1 Oct 2010
Sat 2 Oct 2010
Sun 3 Oct 2010

Contact
The World Curry Festival
Tel: 0870 888 6080

info@worldcurryfestival.com

www.worldcurryfestival.com




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1 comment:

  1. Wow. Fantastic monster there. The urbanity monster striding forth, as it does in most cities of the world. Nice hand-drawn banner too. Something like this image, http://EN.WahooArt.com/A55A04/w.nsf/OPRA/BRUE-7Z9RQ8 , by French painter Fernand Léger, maybe effective painted large on a wall too, acknowledged as a copy of course. It can be seen at wahooart.com and a canvas print of it can be ordered from there.

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