Carnival is love! Its what brings us together as we celebrate the emancipation of slavery. Carnival is in our blood, its our past, present and future. LWIC would like to thank everyone that has supported carnival this year and the years to come. THANK YOU – Chapeltown community, people of Leeds, visitors, participants, troupes, designers, workshop workers, volunteers, DJs and everyone else! We’re still jammin!
Leeds Mas Media, tells the story of West Indian Carnivals in Britain focusing on Leeds West Indian Carnival. This wonderful blog takes you on a journey from the Caribbean 1901 to present day Leeds Carnival. Find out more by visiting Mas Media
Sunday 18th August – Carnival Prince and Princess Show Contestants compete to be crowned Leeds Carnival Prince and Princess 2019. Family fun filled show which will be jam packed with entertainment. Venue: Leeds West Indian Centre, Laycock Place, Leeds, LS7 3AJ Show Time: 3:00pm – 8:00pm Admission on the door: Under 16s £2.00, 16s and over £3.00 Friday 23rd August – Carnival King and Queen Show Be amazed by glamourous, vibrant costumes by talented designers from across the UK, all competing for the prestigious title of Leeds Carnival King & Queen 2019. Your host for this year is renowned Continue Reading