Katumba Culture Hub is a space where everybody is welcome! A place to build community, explore different activities, discover new passions, get healthier physically and mentally, and of course, have a great time!
Housed within John Archer Hall in the heart of Toxteth, Katumba Culture Hub delivers cultural arts classes, activities and events for people of all ages.
Our weekly evening dance and yoga classes are open to everybody – at an affordable price. Nobody is turned away for lack of funds.
Family events bring adventurous participants of all ages together to drum and dance the day away in a welcoming and friendly environment.
Regular dance and live music night Festa Axé keeps true to its name: Axé (ashay), in Yoruba/Afro-Brazilian dialect means light, power and good vibrations! Brazilian ceildh, caprinhias, live music and more co-hosted by Katumba and Capoeira for All (CIC).
Katumba Culture Hub (known by our members as “Kasa Katumba”) was renovated from a run-down Victorian schoolhouse to a vibrant multi-purpose space in September 2018. The work would not have been possible without the support of Toxteth TV and efforts of Katumba community: over 50 wonderful people volunteered their time and skills to paint, clean, smash, build and create this fantastic space.
Katumba Culture Hub is available to hire for birthdays, conferences and other events. We also have a recording studio suitable for a range of creative projects. For any enquiries, get in touch here.
Watch our official video below for a glimpse into our story so far:
We have been cooking up some big news!!! We're opening our Culture Hub in the heart of Toxteth!! Check the news on the link and we're celebrating with this video of our development in the past with years 'till our big news now in 2018! https://mailchi.mp/6c9d0f4f814e/opening-of-katumba-culture-hub Massive love and thanks toBring the Fire Project, Capoeira For All C.I.C, Movema, and Viva Brasil Samba Shows for their amazing Co- Performances, and of course Phil Jenkins for his ongoing dedication to capture what we do on video.
Posted by Katumba on Saturday, 17 November 2018