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Family Carnivals. Tropical Mas regularly co-host, host and take part in local carnivals and festivals events on an annual basis; within the UK; Greenwich, London and Woolwich Arsenal & Abbey Wood...

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Tropical Mas regularly lead and or take part in local carnivals and festivals events on an annual basis. Tropical Mas also co-host and host its own carnival and festival events within the UK, London, the Royal Borough of Greenwich; Woolwich Arsenal Plumstead and Abbey Wood.

Tropical Mas (TM) at Woolwich Carnival – Sat 23rd Sept, 2017. 

Tropical Mas Carnival group returns to Woolwich Carnival for the third time!!!

TM – with the most beautiful female & male dancers, feathers, glitz, bling and fabulous dance routines, Tropical Mas is back in the heart of Woolwich Arsenal Square, under the Big TV; General Gordon Square on Sat 23rd Sept 2017, from 12:00 – 7:00 pm.

TM – Hundreds of performers will take to the streets of Woolwich Arsenal, with carefully crafted procession walking through Powis Street, as residents of the Royal Borough of Greenwich come out once again to cheer Tropical Mas Carnival group. TM – we are promoting the arts, culture, heritage and creativity – Full of Flavours!

Food and Refreshments on sale
There will be a Food and Refreshments stall from Dskii Catering team – selling the best reggae burgers, Jerk chicken, jerk pork, rice and peas, jollof rice, festivals and dumplings. *Special Offer £5 Meal deal* tickets give you one large meal plus a canned drink-online offer.

Giving back
Schools and community centers that have joined Tropical Mas carnival club throughout the holidays and at Notting Hill Carnival will benefit from discounted prices on food and refreshments.

Schools and community centers that have joined Tropical Mas carnival club throughout the holidays and at Notting Hill Carnival, display the bright rich flavors of Woolwich and its heritage reflected on costumes and T-shirts.

It’s not too late
anyone can join tropical mas Carnival group – please attend our last pre-Woolwich carnival party event at the Barnfield Hub; Herbert Place, London SE18 on Sunday 17th Sept from 3-8pm and be creative with T-shirts, glue, glitter, spray, paint, fabric, and lots more.

Join our creative workshop
Its free, learn to create your own costume or Carnival paraphernalia.
Registration is free:
or email-
Call us 0203 355 3432 / 07932 755 413

Woolwich Carnival – Sat 17th Sept, 2016. 

WOOLWICH’S streets were brought back alive again with a dazzling display of colour and dance and plenty of great vibes.

The Woolwich Carnival were back again, on Saturday September 17 2016, following the success of the debut for the annual event last year, 2015. The free fun event has the theme “Our Destination” to celebrate the different cultures and communities that come together to make Woolwich the place it is today.

The parade started from the Royal Arsenal site at 1.45 around the town to arrive in General Gordon square around 2.30pm. The celebration in the square continued until 6pm with music on a main stage powered by Unit 137 Sound System a collective of South East London artists and performances were staged from a samba band.

There is also a host of stalls offering foods and crafts. The carnival is once again being organised by the Woolwich Carnival Association a voluntary committee of residents, community groups, arts organisations, schools and Dskii Carnival Club; Tropical Mas.

Fiona Allison from the Greenwich and Lewisham Young People’s Theatre based at The Tramshed in Woolwich New Road, said; “The Woolwich Carnival will be a day of celebration and fun for the whole community – promoting cohesion and unity with plenty of good vibes to finish off the summer period.”

A series of free community workshops were being held by the Woolwich Carnival Association and the Dskii Carnival Club; Tropical Mas Association; in costume making, drumming and dancing in the run up to the carnival.

Workshops were held at the The Tramshed; 51-53 Woolwich New Road, London SE18 6ES, by the Dskii Carnival Club; Tropical Mas – a community events, carnival and festivals organisation that represents being together as one people, one race, one love, family, freedom and the synergy of a diverse Community…

An alternative to the workshops; Tropical Mas Family cook outs and BBQ’s; every Sunday’s at the Barnfield Hub; Herbert Pl, London SE18.

A big thank you

The organisers and participating groups would like to thank the sponsors which include the Big Lottery, Awards for All, The Arts Council, Dskii Events, Greenwich council and The Monument Trust.

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Woolwich Carnival – Sat 19th Sept, 2015. 

September 19th 2015, 12pm-5pm, General Gordon Sq.

The Woolwich Carnival is inspired by the diverse and active community groups in the Greenwich area; one of which is the Dskii Carnival Club; which is being fully supported by the Tropical Mas Association.

The Woolwich Community Carnival Committee brought back carnival to Woolwich in the summer of 2015; on Saturday 19th September.

Woolwich Carnival celebrated the feel good factor of local culture and community. There were a parade of community groups, costumes from Dskii Carnival Club & Tropical mas, live music from unit137; featuring Real Rock Sound, dance, community stalls, food; Dskii Catering and crafts, steel drums; Dskii Carnival Club and plenty of good vibes; Tropical Mas carnival crew.

Woolwich Carnival, another way in which Dskii Events, Dskii Carnival Club, Dskii Catering and Tropical Mas work best with the community – a great way to bring neighbouring communities together for a day of collective summer festivities.

2015 theme; Feeling Good – all things that make us happy, it’s great to be part of something incredible, and we were part of it…

The carnival is being organised, led and run by local community members such as Dskii Carnival Club and other community groups, who were instrumental in its success. Each community group contributed in its own way to the carnival; this may be as part of the procession, running a community stall or performing – the committee we are open to ideas.

The workshops!!!

In the run up to the event the Woolwich Carnival organised several carnival workshops for community groups; one which, were Dskii Carnival Club at the Tramshed; the workshops includes costume making, steel pan playing, structure building, drum and dance workshops and more – registration is the main way of getting involved.

To gather interest we are asking people to register with us, fill in and return the community registration form from here, or send us an email.

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Woolwich Carnival – Sat 16th Sept, 2017. 

Woolwich Carnival for 2017, details coming soon…