Our current focus is on the Caribbean region. The traditions of the Caribbean provide a model of inter-cultural understanding because they are the results of centuries of contact, conflict and collaboration between African, European, Amerindian and Asian ethnic groups.
Our aim is to present Caribbean traditions as powerfully and as authentically as possible. This means that singers, dancers, musicians and story-tellers will work together to ensure that the students or audience are provided with a complete cultural immersion that will leave a lasting and profound impression.
Our events engage with British children and adults of all backgrounds by celebrating a variety of cultures. This reveals ways that culture has overcome conflict in a part of the world where multi-culturalism has been a reality for over 400 years.
The stories we tell are particularly engaging for young people who have not been inspired by traditional teaching methods. Through music, dance and drama we can provide alternative pathways to academic subjects such as social and political history, languages, religious studies and citizenship.