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 […]
By Uma on March 6, 2017We’re pleased to announce our collaboration with the Liverpool Cultural Education Partnership Fund which enables our work with young people and teachers at The Academy of St. Francis of Assisi. Our intention is to implement a school’s carnival arts learning programme that will inspire young people from backgrounds of less opportunity, who are least likely to work and be successful […]
By Uma on March 6, 2017Photo: Asun Paterna In 2016 young carnival artists from across the UK got together at our New Voices in Carnival Conference, where we tasked them with coming up with the theme for 2017. The result was ‘Many Voices One Song’, which calls for solidarity between communities in times of change when some of those in power would gladly see the rolling back […]
By Uma on August 15, 2016We gathered early morning to bring our costumes down to the Liverpool Library where friends and volunteers were able to dress up and join the Pride Parade. Seeing so many LGBT people with their proud allies come together was a joyful experience, one that fills us with hope for future generations. We’re thankful for the invitation from Liverpool pride for […]
By Uma on December 29, 2015Brouhaha and our project our partners in the Netherlands, South Africa and Zambia spent a week delivering workshops and preparing for Barefeet Festival’s annual carnival parade. The brouhaha production team would like to thank all of Barefeet for hosting within the festival. We look forwards to delivery in 2016 and beyond.
By Uma on August 4, 2015We would like to say thank all the volunteers, our board, the artists and community and international participants, funders, stakeholders and all who made a donation in both England and Scotland, who made this years festival and carnivals great successes. Without the commitment and enthusiasm of all mentioned our festival would not happen. Our year is not yet done, next […]
By Uma on July 7, 2015 One of the UK’s Biggest carnivals to hit the streets this weekend in Liverpool Liverpool will be treated to an awesome display of carnival revelry this Summer with Brouhaha’s unique flavor of International Carnival spreading to more parts of the city and the globe than ever before maintains Brouhaha Int Festival director Giles Agis. Musicians, dancers, circus performers, carnival […]
By Giles Agis on May 25, 2015Brouhaha International has been recognized by an international Jury to receive the European Festivals Association ‘Europe for Festivals, Festivals for Europe’ (EFFE) Label 2015-2016’. This label presents the first generation of EFFE Labels. Brouhaha International as one of only 16 festivals across the UK to receive the label which stands for quality and artistic excellence for the first “generation” in this […]
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