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 August 10, 2016KalentuRa and ImmortalStyle at the launch of WiganSTEAM at Trenchfield Mill – a new creative space in the heart of Wigan. Community group participating were More Than Words that supports adults with learning difficulties and Residance, a youth dance group. Photos: Asun Paterna
By Uma on June 7, 2016As part of the Carnival Arts outreach workshops in dance and costume making in local schools, communities and libraries, Amanda Baptista and Leeshaam Stringer visited St Francis of Assisi where they held a workshop in costume making, while Nomfundo Hlongwa taught dance. The kids were an absolute joy to work with – kind, eager to learn and very talented. Great job everybody! […]
By Uma on June 1, 2016Nomfundo, Leeshaam and Gloria are ready to take over Brouhaha. We’re happy to host and get to know our new volunteers. We trust they’ll bring fresh new ideas and inspire with their amazing life stories. We’ll be following their journeys and post them all over our social media platforms. Stay tuned!
By Uma on April 10, 2016EVS: We welcome back to the UK Yasmin Long, Cat Riley and Molly Hawkins who have been in Goa, India and Cape Town, South Africa for three month carnival learning and making. We look forwards to hosting young makers and dancers for three months from South Africa and India, leading up to Liverpool International Carnival 2016. You can read about […]
By Uma on July 22, 2015It is with great pleasure that Brouhaha International announces our newly funded Key Action 2 European Erasmus+ project, ‘Capacity Building in the Field of Youth’ entitled ‘Destination Carnival’ – Cultural Tourism as a vector for Youth Development’. Artists, young people and cultural operators from UK, India and South Africa will collaborate on actions that will have a measured impact on […]
By Brouhaha on June 16, 2014For many (many!) years Leo Agis, son of the Executive Director, has been begging and pleading his father to get him a puppet all of his own. Dreams come true! Yesterday Leo’s wish was granted. Here he is with his very own puppet. But then came the challenge of what to name this new addition to the Brouhaha International Puppet […]
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