Everyone knows that Birmingham is famous for its incredible curries, it’s home to the Balti after all.
So it’s no surprise that LoveBrum is making the most out of the city’s love for curry with its annual Curry King of Birmingham fundraiser.
After the success of last year’s debut, Curry King of Birmingham will return to the ICC on Thursday November 16, with hundreds of guests creating their very own signature curry while enjoying a delicious dinner prepared by some of Birmingham’s curry connoisseurs.
Curry King fuses food, fun and fundraising into one incredible evening. An event that revolves all audience participation, comedian Bobby Davro will be kicking off the evening in style as each table nominates someone to deliver the table’s selected spices to a chef on the stage, who will then cook up the creation.
With a panel including esteemed food writer Paul Fulford, Delicious PR’s Anita Champeneri and Asian Today and Birmingham Awards organiser, Anita Chumber, the battle will be well and truly on for the chefs looking to be crowned Curry King or Queen of Birmingham.
The panel will also be joined by restauranteurs Aktar Islam (Lasan Group), Rai Singh (Praza and Pushkar), Raj Rana (Itihaas), as well as Nitisha Patel, Miss Macaroon’s Rosie Ginday, Soul Tree Wine’s Gorvinder Singh and Richard Turner from Turners at 69.
Guests will also have the chance to raise money for LoveBrum, including an interactive quiz, raffle, silent auction, and a live auction – with every single penny raised going directly to the local causes that LoveBrum supports. To add to the evening’s entertainment, six-piece band HouseJammerz will be playing 80s classics, followed by a DJ set from Rob Holliday of The Prodigy.