A CELEBRATION OF SOUTH AMERICAN MUSIC & DANCE
7.30pm SAT 24th NOVEMBER
Liverpool CENTRAL LIBRARY, William Brown Street, L3 8EW
Tickets: £10 / £6 concs
LUMA CREATIONS (aka OLC Productions) presents an exciting and colourful evening of South American Music & Dance with performers from Colombia, Brasil, Chile and Peru.
In the award winning and beautiful surroundings of the wonderful Liverpool Central Library you will be entertained with songs from across South America and dances and rhythms from Colombia, Chile, Uruguay, the Andes and Argentina.
We hope you enjoy this small journey through South AMerica in Music, Song and Dance.
With Uruguayan CANDOMBE Drum & Dance, O. JAIME CARRASCO, JULIANA PINHEIRO LANDIM (Of Katumba and Brasuka fame) singing songs from Brasil, ESTIBALIZ MOURE ABAD (Dancer from Chile) SABOR DE COLOMBIA and FRANCISCO
LUMA CREATIONS will perform as part of the 45th ANniversary of the Coup in Chile. There will be a vigil at the Sheffield Town hall and then Estibaliz Moure Abad, Oscar & Francisco Carrasco will perform the Cueca Sola in tribute to the thousands of Chilean dissapeared. Afterwards they will perform songs from the Chilean Popular Song Movement at the Millenium Exhibition Centre in Sheffield as part of a Chilean Tapestry Exhibition themed under the titles Memorias (Memories).
Friday 23 March (All day) – Young MakeFest at Liverpool Central Library We will be delivering workshops in Rhythm & Drum (Oscar Carrasco & Max Alder) as well as K-Oscillators composition (Tristan Brady-Jacobs & Francisco Carrasco). We will have Wondering Musicians – Helen Maher (Accordion) & Jonathan Rasin (Piano).
Friday 18 May (10 pm) – We will be presenting a specially produced performance for Light Night in front of the Metropolitan Cathedral. A Drum, Light Manipulation and Dance Presentation with La Bomba Drummers, Steam Punk Society and LUMA Creations performers.
Thursday 31 May – (7.00 pm) – We are proud to present CUSAN Theatre (Colombia) with their excitingly imaginative children’s show, “The Princes in the Rainforest” at the Unity Theatre, Liverpool. (More information to come).
LUMA CREATIONS presents DRUM CLASH
The CAPSTONE Theatre, 7.30pm, Friday 20th October 2017, Tickets: £11.50
DRUM CLASH is a meeting of Rhythms and Cultures that weave together, clashing and then joining together in an exciting melting pot of the senses. An explosion of visuals and movement presents a colourful journey of discovery that takes us from rhythms of old to an apocalyptic world, where the power of the drum raises above the ashes, and catapults us into a new world.
The 3rd EPIC – Event Planning Training programme begins 10.30am, Friday 20th October at John Archer Hall. If you wish to be part of this extremely successful course contact email@example.com or call 0151 7090272.
The EPIC 2 – EVENTS PRODUCTION IN THE COMMUNITY TRAINING PROGRAMME.
The event will be starting on Tuesday 12th September and run every Tuesday for 10 weeks from 10.30am – 1.30pm at the Rotunda Community College in Kirkdale. for more information please e Steve on firstname.lastname@example.org or contact him on 0151 7090272
An OLC Productions FREE Training Programme for Unemployed Learners.
DO YOU WANT TO RUN A FESTIVAL or OUTDOOR EVENT? ARE YOU 18+? THEN EPIC IS FOR YOU! Gain qualifications needed for your Dream Job! OLC Productions are delivering an innovative training programme for UNEMPLOYED LEARNERS to gain skills in delivering community events & projects and gain personal skills to promote their own work.
THE COURSE WILL INTRODUCE YOU TO: Events Planning, Project Management, Budgeting, Risk Assessment, Marketing, Online Presence, Team Work & Collaborations. YOU WILL BE WORKING WITH EVENT MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONALS
A 10 WEEK TRAINING PROGRAMME (3 hrs per week) WITH AN OPPORTUNITY OF WORKING ON A COMMUNITY EVENT. The course will be running at THE ROTUNDA 107-109 Gt Mersey St Kirkdale Liverpool L5 2PL
The first EPIC training programme finished on the 1st August after a highly successful programme and an exciting event planed and delivered by the team. The event was a Community Celebration called The WINDSOR STREET COMMUNITY FAYRE and took place on Tuesday 25th July with over 350 people attending throughout the day.
The event included Performances, activities, food, stalls and pony rides.
The participants of the training programme learnt about event management, project planning, marketing, risk assessment, production, professional development and much more. They will be receiving a level 2 Business qualification from Open Awards.
We have finished stage one of the Urban Growing Project. Plant Beds have been built and growing is happening as we speak.
We will soon have some fun workshops and next week from Tues 8 – Thurs 10 we will be holding arts & craft workshops in partnership with Toxteth TV for children 7-11yrs, who will design murals for the plant beds and will pain them in bright colours and patterns. Looking forward to it!
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The Big House Arts & Craft Workshops
OLC Productions will be delivering a training programme in Events Planning & Project Management. The programme is funded through the ESF Community Fund and will start on Tuesday 28th February. for more information please email email@example.com or contact us on 0151 709 0272. The course will take place on Tuesdays between 9.45am – 2.45pm at John Archer Hall, L8
EPIC – An OLC Productions Training Programme in Events Planning & Personal Development
OLC PRODUCTIONS will be delivering an innovative training programme aimed at unemployed learners to gain skills to deliver community events and projects and gain personal skills to promote their own work.
- Have you often wanted to be the person delivering the event you attend?
- Would you like to plan, produce and deliver a community event?
- Have you wanted to understand marketing and how to promote your work?
- Have you wished you could understand website development and social media?
- Can you commit to 20 weeks training? (one day per week)?
OLC will be working with event management professionals and website designers to deliver this exciting new course from February 2017.
You can find out more information by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling us on 0151 709 0272
This programme has been funded by the ESF Community Grants through WEA