BRADFORD'S Forster Square will host a pop-up street food festival this weekend.

Taking place between 11am and 6pm on Saturday and 11am and 5pm on Sunday, Eats from the Street will coincide with the start of Eid festivities across the city and see a selection of the region’s Asian food vendors serve up tasty dishes.

Visitors will be invited to tuck into their street food delights on board a converted double decker Routemaster bus, which will be transformed into a relaxing dining area.

There will also be free Bhangra dance shows and workshops, Dohl drum performances over the weekend from arts organisations Kala Sangam and Punjabi Roots Academy, as well as henna tattooing and free face painting.

Catherine Furlong, centre manager at Forster Square, said: “Our Eats from the Street festival is a celebration of street food and some of the best, independent food vendors from across the region.

“The event has proven really popular with local people in recent years, and we’re excited to be bringing it back once again this year, offering free entertainment for the whole family while they enjoy the delicious food from our stalls.”