This is the latest project that will see the delivery of music, dance, theatre and digital work produced by young performers as a means of exploring issues around racism in wider peer groups.
Two projects merged together and were delivered by workshop facilitators as part of the U-CARE (Urburn Culture Agaist Racism)
‘T.A.L.E ‘(Tell Another Learn Each other ) which explores urban culture against racism through storytelling and drama workshops to give participants a platform to voice and express themselves. The multidisciplinary workshops, that include music, theatre and craft making, enable young people to open up a dialogue about issues that challenge them.
The second project is ‘Project Panda’ and this looks at urban culture against racism through performing arts, using dance, drama and spoken word as a tool to help participants gain confidence in performance and themselves as individuals.
This forum will present it’s work as part of a final performance exhibition. In this event Brouhaha will award the young people for their contribution with the Lord Mayor and their parents and guardians.
In May 2014 Brouhaha will be at the Bucharest, Romania sharing the outcomes of U-CARE. This international meeting will present all products and project outcomes from each participating nation. Here we will also celebrate our young people’s contribution.