Author archive for Uma
By Uma on July 5, 2017Brouhaha International is pleased to announce a new project ‘Understanding and Collecting Carnival Heritage and Traditions’ with funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund. This funding will see us working with local families, schools and community groups, to research the heritage of traditional Caribbean Carnival characters such as, Blue Devil, Book Man, Dame Lorraine and Midnight Robber. We will get four […]
By Uma on June 27, 2017“A new report reveals that Liverpool’s cultural organisations generated around £27 million pounds for the city in just one year.” We are proud to be one of the 36 organisations investing in culture in the city we all love. The Social Impact of the Arts in Liverpool 2015/16 report looks at 36 cultural organisations in the city which are funded through […]
By Uma on June 7, 2017An interview with our new communications officer Levi Fearon, who will further develop our web, digital and social media platforms, as well as communicate the organisations key messages, assist us in making our work visible to our project participants, audiences and wider stakeholders. Interview by Monica Garcia & Alvaro Gonzales Edited by Monica Garcia & Alvaro Gonzales Music – “Wash […]
By Uma on June 5, 2017We are excited to announce the arrival of our two new ILM Programme Employees Levi & Monique. MONIQUE LEARMOND Art Engagement Officer I started my dance training at the tender age of two at Liverpool Theatre School. Where I then continued through the Academy and then went on to further my training as a full time student. During this […]
By Uma on May 25, 2017Continuing from our success in the 2016 Schools Engagement Programme Brouhaha International have continued to develop and deliver workshops and performances by international companies within primary and secondary schools across Liverpool. Participants will receive an Arts Award accreditation, as well as learning and development opportunities. Our activities see children and young people receive a high-quality cultural education experience in […]
By Uma on May 25, 2017Liverpool’s Light Night was back once again at Central Library and it proved to be another night of arts & culture. We delivered our ‘Time for Carnival’ workshops and activities including; Costume making with Carnival God-Mother Mandy, or making a puppet ‘Mari Bruji’ with our Erasmus+ interns Alvaro & Monica and our roots to employment trainees. A massive thank you to all […]
By Uma on April 18, 2017We’d like you to meet our two new volunteers from Spain who will be helping us in the period prior to the Carnival while learning along the way in the subjects that matters to them most. Here’s their first impressions of Liverpool and Brouhaha. MONICA (in the photo above) I’m in my last year of Illumination studies at the University […]
By Uma on March 16, 2017Dear all, We’re excited and grateful for the progress and ongoing support we receive from our local communities. That’s why we’re happy to announce that Brouhaha is expanding and opening up a new branch in Dublin, Ireland, where we’ll be able to reach more people, communities and schools with our mission to give young people the skills and opportunities to reach their […]
Delivering quality arts projects and cultural festivals that meet the needs of diverse range of communities and neighbourhoods.
- Please install the oAuth Twitter Feed Plugin and follow the theme documentation to set it up.
Get in touch
Phone: +44 (0) 151 709 33 34
John Archer Hall
68 Upper Hill Street