Costume Making Workshops
Costume Workshops

Costume Workshops

Costume workshops happen throughout the year and are focused either on our year round gigs or our carnival tour.

If you are feeling crafty, creative, or just plain curious, then please come and join us at any of our workshops.  You can learn some new skills, or just polish up on your current ones. Our costume making involves sewing, cutting, beading, sticking and any number of other ‘ings’…

These are open to anyone wanting to take part in costume making even if not registered to take part on our carnival tour and you don’t need to be a member or dancer or drummer.

No matter what your skill level, there’s always an opportunity to get involved.
The glue guns are warmed up and ready to go!

Before attending, let us know you are coming, by dropping us a line at or check back here for changes the Sunday before scheduled dates.

Costume Headquarters address is:

Eurolink Business Centre
Unit 15
49 Effra Road
Brixton, London

Keep an eye out on this page as we are always updating information!


(This page is updated every Sunday for the week ahead.)



Date Led by Plan
Wednesday 25th Glow Sorting & tidying up of CostumesMinor repairs of Costumes


Wednesday 9th Glow Sorting & tidying up of CostumesMinor repairs of Costumes
Tuesday 15th Carron & Mariana Sorting & tidying up of Costumes 
Wednesday 23rd Glow Sorting & tidying up of CostumesMinor repairs of Costumes
Thursday 29th TBC Carron Make up practise 


Tuesday 6th

Carron Make up practise 
Wednesday 13th Glow Project TBC 
Tuesday 19th Carron & Mariana Make up practise 
Wednesday 27th Glow Project TBC 

LSS Performance group members can arrange collection and return of costumes in circulation on these dates.

For the full programme of carnival costume workshops click HERE, whether you are registered for Carnival or would not but would still like to take part in this way. This schedule is usually announced in the spring.


Make up Workshops

We  currently building a team of volunteer that want to explore, practice and share their make up skills. These are not tutor led but co-ordinated by volunteers with an interest in developing skills in this area.

In the spring/summer 2016 we aim to invite artists to teach workshops, watch this space.

If you would like to volunteer to do performers make up towards gigs and events please contact the