Live music and dance from around the world, ranging from a Zimbabwean choir to Argentine Tango, will fill Bradford’s Urban Garden for May Day celebrations this weekend.

The community event, on Sunday, starts at 11am with a performance called Kalimero, based on improvised styles from around the world.

Against a varied backdrop of music including folk, hip hop, Bhangra and jazz, the fun day will include a painting wall organised by Hugh Jart, an anamorphic pavement drawing by Queensbury sculptor Jamie Wardley, and a traditional Maypole dance around a specially erected Maypole.

For more details about Sunday's events, see the Telegraph & Argus on Friday.