Beleza will produce a full Carnival experience inspired by the Rio style of Carnival using our School’s flag colours across all of the dance and bateria sections (carnival alas).
The theme is based on the history of the Brighton and Hove royal connections and Samba’s Royalty. Creating in this way a visual interpretation of important people, buildings and context that influences our city’s current diversity.
Our colours are the pink and blue, we are using these colours to challenge stereotypical male and female places in society.
The Samba Enredo
The song for this parade will be the enredo of our future Godmother School in Brazil Beija-flor de Nilopolis, winners of their 14th title in 2018. “Monster is the one who doesn’t know how to love” - Beija-Flor’s presentation used as its anchor the 200th anniversary of the publishing of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein theme as a protest against corruption, prejudice, hatred and inequality.
Follow this link to learn the enredo song for the parade - Click here to learn the Enredo
1. Have a look at the guide and decide where you would like to join us and perform.
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2. Apply using the simple online form here
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The registration fee to take part of the Parade on Aug 4th is £25 per person.
3. Come to the rehearsals and the costume production workshops
Lots of love
We have costume production workshops that you will need to come to, we will need as much help as possible to put these costumes together.
- Saturday 23/06 - time 10am to 2pm
- Saturday 14/07 - time 12 to 4pm
- Saturday 21/07 - time 12 to 4pm
Venue: The Edge Community Centre, 83 Pankhurst Avenue, Brighton, BN2 9AD.
We are really excited about bringing this all together for Pride 2018!
Come join us!
If you would like to join in with the bateria or come and learn how to dance Samba, please contact us at email@example.com and we can get you started!
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