Street food festival and live entertainment set to take over town

Street food festival and live entertainment set to take over town


Lucy Golding

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Street food festival and live entertainment set to take over town
Esther Brienza in King Street

Thai food, French crepes and gourmet sausages are among the delicacies set to be offered at a street food festival in Maidenhead town centre.

The King Street event is due to be tomorrow from 9am-10pm and on Saturday from 9am-7pm and will feature live entertainment.

The market has been organised by local lady Esther Brienza who hopes the event will bring a 'town square' type bustle and vibe to Maidenhead for two days.

A highlight of the food stalls includes company Pigs & Dogs, a street food stand selling high quality pork and hot dog dishes run by former Holby City and Coronation street star Angela Griffin along with her husband Jason.

Esther is appealing for volunteers to help collect funds for the Thames Valley And Chiltern Air Ambulance (TVACAA) with the opportunity for one person to dress up as the charity's mascot Bob.

Please contact Kate Whelpdale at if you are interested.

The schedule is as follows:


3-5pm               Magic Mark the stilt walking, balloon modelling clown and his robotic friend

5-7pm               Sarah Jordan (singing and playing music)

6:30pm             Zumba with Stael Martin

7-8.30pm           Belly Dances from the Bedouin Girls and the Tribal Divas


10am                  Bob and TVACAA

11am                  Maidenhead Scottish Dancers

11:30am              Zumba with Stael Martin

Noon and 2pm     Ellington Morris

1pm                    Rachel Bennet School of Belly Dance

2:30pm                Zumba with Stael

3-7pm                  The Retros duo cover band playing all requests and collecting for charity Clic Sargent


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