Event - Full stage line ups

See below the full line up for all four main stages at tomorrow’s event, including start times and a description of what else to expect at the Mandela’s Hideaway:

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Activities running throughout the day 12.00pm – 6.00pm

 

Funtastique face painting and body art

Face painting and body art including glitter tattoos and henna.

 

African storytelling and Drumming workshop with //Kabbo Ferdinand Van

 

Play Wooden CIC

Play Wooden CIC offers a unique and alternative ecological game, and craft workshops. They are bringing their wooden games equipment to St Pauls Carnival to hold intergenerational/family game-making crafts workshops for all.

 

Kulchalee
Kulchalee produces Art and deliver services including Art and Craft Workshops, Music Events, Drumming, Cultural Training, Cultural Evenings including Food & Entertainment
The workshops he deliver focus on producing arts and crafts, drumming, storytelling, African and Caribbean light entertainment evenings and cultural awareness training. They educate and challenge by using art activities and performance and cultural stories.

Bristol Zoo to you (running 12-3)

Meet some of the Zoo’s smaller animals and hear all about the important role they play in nature. Some of them you may even get to touch or hold! We’ll also bring along some of our interesting biofacts such as skulls, skins and exoskeletons.

 

                    We the Curious Cube and sensory area

Curious Cube

Can one question change the world? Join us and meet the Cube and Crew from We The Curious to discover what questions make people curious.

 

Texture garden

Come and join We The Curious to explore a variety of textures and colours at a low level in our texture garden. Suitable for all ages, especially under 8s.

 

 

Pierre- Reggae’s got talent

Pierre is a Dancehall/Reggae artist from Coventry (moved to London).

His biggest influences are Beenie Man, Bounty Killer, Elephant Man, Beres Hammond, Aidonia,Vybz Kartel and Sean Paul to name a few. Pierre is also a music producer and produces most of his own songs.

He creates different genres of music from Dancehall to Grime to Hip Hop. Pierre has also danced from a very young age and was also part of a Hip Hop dance group

in his teens, where he would compete in championships and do dance shows around the UK.

 

Bristol’s got Talent

Young Bristol's Got Talent is city wide platform for youth aged under 18. We showcase a range of creative skills including dancing, singing, comedy and poetry at various business and community events throughout the year across Bristol.