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Two Brighton charities working with learning disabled artists team up to get everybody dancing this Christmas

Graham Robson October 31, 2020

Carousel and Parable Dance, two Brighton charities working with learning disabled artists, team up to get everybody dancing this Christmas.

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Arts

Love Bites – Oska Bright Festival, the learning disability Film Festival

August 1, 2020

Oska Bright Film Festival, the world’s leading learning disability film festival produced by Carousel, takes its programme to the small screen with Oska Bites, regular programmes of award-winning short films from the 2019 festival.

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Arts

REVIEW: Lincoln Center: Carousel

Brian Butler July 14, 2020

Brian Butler marvels at a concert version of Carousel which helps make the lockdown world go round

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Arts

Frances Hubbard gets filmmaker Matthew Hellett’s view of his latest initiative, Queer Freedom

Frances Hubbard March 24, 2020

Frances Hubbard gets filmmaker Matthew Hellett’s view of his latest initiative, Queer Freedom

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Blue Camel Club to close Learning Disability Week

Besi Besemar May 16, 2019

Learning Disability Week Brighton culminates with Carousel’s Blue Camel Club at The Old Market, Monday, June 24. STARTED in 2000, the club offers a genuine clubbing experience in a safe and accessible environment for people with a learning disability.

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Community News

Pride Social Impact Fund awards record breaking grants worth £45,000

Besi Besemar January 18, 2019

Community groups, charities and sports clubs are among dozens of organisations to benefit from more than £45,000 of grants gifted under the banner of the Brighton Pride Social Impact Fund (SIF).

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Arts

PREVIEW: The Blue Camel Club

Besi Besemar March 7, 2015

Carousel’s Blue Camel Club is the big night out for hundreds of learning disabled music and dance fanatics in Brighton and beyond. This month’s line-up features London band The AutistiX, drum ensemble Unified Rhythm, the fabulous solo artist Catherine O’Rourke and the ever popular Carousel Singers. There are DJ’s, roaming radio reporters and films from the Oska Bright Film Festival. It’s the place to meet friends, hear great music and dance the night away, all run and presented by a learning disabled team.

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