7th September 2016
Headliner announced for Cranleigh Food & Music Festival 2016
MasterChef finalist and Tante Marie graduate Britten, who is head chef at The White Horse in Hascombe, will be showcasing his skills in the new demo kitchen at Cranleigh Arts Centre during the festival.
A busy programme of cooking demonstrations is scheduled to start at 10.30am on Saturday 24th September, featuring talented local chefs and drink experts.
Cranleigh Arts Centre opens at 10am for the popular food festival, with local producers selling a range of food and drink throughout the day.
There will also be live music performances at Cranleigh Arts Centre and at various shops, cafes and restaurants along Cranleigh High Street.
Talented musicians and singers from Hurtwood House will once again entertain visitors to Cranleigh Food & Music Festival on their stage in Fountain Square, from midday until 4pm.
Daniel Britten will take his place in the demo kitchen at Cranleigh Arts Centre at 12.30pm for what promises to be an informative, interesting and tasty display of his culinary skills.
Entry to Cranleigh Arts Centre is just £1 and the live music performances in Cranleigh High Street are free.