Carnival In Schools Programme

By Brouhaha on May 25, 2017 in projects

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Continuing  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 and out of school. We have started holding different workshops and activities inside including; dance, music, costume making & participating in this years carnival.

A massive thank you to all schools involved and we are looking forward to seeing all of you at the Liverpool International Carnival.


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Brouhaha International is focused on celebrating diversity and widening participation within the arts. At home and abroad our arts engagement work has enabled us to promote and develop the idea that diversity is linked to creativity. Our Vision “To be a dynamic and innovative global arts organization’ Our Mission “To champion diversity and participation within the arts working in local, national and international contexts, whilst meeting the needs of artists, cultural operators and communities” Our future activities will continue to embrace and celebrate a diverse range of work with a commitment to the realization of performing arts projects in public spaces, on the streets, in a park, in community venues and site-specific outdoor locations. We strive to provide professional platforms and opportunities for artistic and cultural excellence and as we move forward to create great art, without losing sight of our purpose, vision and core values.


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