REVIEW: GUIDE DOGS: Claire Cunningham

REVIEW: GUIDE DOGS: Claire Cunningham

I found lots of the small bits of this show very enjoyable. Claire Cunningham says of it that as someone who doesn’t follow a faith she realised that she didn’t know or understand how various faith view disability. So she went on a journey to find out. I, like her, am...
Opportunity – Event Manager

Opportunity – Event Manager

Carousel, in partnership with Beacon Hill Arts and 104 Films, are looking for an experienced Event Manager for a freelance contract. The role will involve organising a one day action led event around the issues of disability in the Film industry. This role would suit...
Volunteer with Carousel

Volunteer with Carousel

Are you passionate about inspiring the artistic ambitions of learning disabled film makers, performers and musicians? We are – and you could help support our artists and develop your practical and creative skills. Carousel offers a structured course, with...
Carousel win Everyday Achievement Award

Carousel win Everyday Achievement Award

Carousel are delighted to announce that we won the Everyday Achievement Award at the Directory of Social Change Awards in February 2017 at The Magic Circle, London. The Social Change Awards are for all those working to achieve a positive change in society –...
REVIEW: Candoco at the Dome Brighton

REVIEW: Candoco at the Dome Brighton

CANDOCO was a dance piece with two halves. The first was a dance piece, the second more comical. In the first piece, I particularly liked when Tanja did her solo against the backdrop with others holding her hands. When she touched the backdrop, the areas lit up as she...