Katumba Halloween Parade
Every October, we invite YOU to be part of Katumba’s Halloween Parade and celebrations, with workshops, activities, performances – and Halloween Party for all the family!
Every Halloween, Katumba transforms Liverpool City Centre into a playground of imagination, inspiring and engaging audiences with big, bold, visual outdoor shows and performances; an immersive spectacle of drums, fire, lights, dance, theatre and more!
Unfortunately, this year due to covid-19 we have decided to postpone our free event at the Iconic The Bombed Out Church: ‘Katumba Hallows Eve of the Orishas’. We have big plans for Spring 2021! Stay tuned!
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A main goal of Katumba is to support our community through our art forms, in the safest way possible. Through our work as part of Bubble Up Toxteth, Katumba and partner organisations have invited young people to take part in free workshops, learning about the African Diaspora and different art forms leading up to a filmed performance on the 30th October, where they’ll showcase all they learned, developed and discovered to enchant Liverpool audiences! Find out how to get involved here.
Supported by Curious Minds & Positive Vibration
As featured in the Liverpool Echo, last year’s Halloween Parade was our biggest ever! Having secured funding from Arts Council England – we transformed Liverpool City Centre into a playground of imagination, inspiring and engaging audiences through a big visual interactive unexpected spectacle!
Watch the video below for a glimpse into our 2019 Halloween activities and the impact it had on the community around us!