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A51 Caravan Johnathan Ross  2015 Accordi


Bill Brookman


Street-arts, music, circus, puppetry, comedy and fire

for events local and world-wide


IT STARTED WELL, playing French horn in the Leicester Schools Symphony Orchestra under the batons of Tippet and Andre Previn.  Formal education was more fraught when he augmented his alma mater Loughborough Grammar School’s 500 years celebrations by jumping off his school’s clock tower in those halcyon days before Health & Safety.  He has a permanently damaged back to prove it. 


Undaunted, for the United Nations, Bill went on to form a rock-band to make first-contact with Haitian armed gangs.  He progressed to co-producing a ‘stealth’ pro-peace Hip-Hop tour from Washington DC to New York, London, Amsterdam and refugee camps, ending in Kabul via Mogadishu.  There he has successfully (so far) out-witted the al-Quaeda terrorist organisation’s Somali affiliate, al Shabaab.  They were understandably riled as they had banned music from Somalia’s capital for twenty years.

"We had lots of lovely feedback. 
The fire was fab!"

                                                             - Jude Jones, international archaeology event organiser

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