Bronwen Curry studied at the Legal School of Dance in Sussex, England, from 1950 to 1960. Between 1960 and 1969, she was a member of the Western Theatre Ballet, and subsequently joined the Scottish Ballet. In 1969, she completed her studies of choreology.
Since 1967, she has restaged more than 50 ballet productions. Between 1973 and 1978, she worked as a choreographer with the London Festival Ballet, during which time she met with Glen Tetley, Ronald Hynd and Rudolf Nureyev, and went on to the stage their choreographies all over the world. Since 1990, she has solely specialised in Tetley's ballets restaging them ay the most prestigious venues in Europe, the USA and Canada. Curry is a Current and Founding Trustee of the Glen Tetley Legacy.