The Capoeira Bridge is a community interest company comprised of a creative collective, working with a variety of ways of producing creative workshops.

Capoeira has always been used as a form of expression and freedom as arts have always been a way for us to illustrate and understand life . In these times of changes , the arts can be an amazing way to inspire people and create a better world. Our aims are to help vulnerable people, families of low income, isolated people and create community cohesion.

Weekly classes running:

Tuesday’s Family Capoeira at Caxton House near Archway N193RQ 4.30 pm to 5.30 pm

Wednesday’s Open Evening training for all at Caxton House near Archway N193RQ 7.30 pm to 9.00 pm.

Friday’s Family Capoeira at Milton gardens community centre N168TA 5.00 pm to 6.00 pm.

Capoeira students are welcome to the Family capoeira sessions to help out and train .

Also running weekly after schools clubs around London at Coldfall Primary, Newington green primary and more.

Our workshops involve a fusion of movement, music and visual arts amongst a group, and so far we have been able to work with numerous, schools, organisations and events, including , Manningtree Secondary School, Coldfall Primrary School, Wilton Music hall World Music Festival, Africa Week ( Dalston, Hackney), Rio in Dalston 2016 and more.

“An incredible workshop for the children.With a few key props and ethnic instruments, the children were transported to the Rainforest. Every single child was captivated and enthused by the experience. An authentic taste of dance, culture, folklore and imagination. ” Graham Plato, year team leader, Coldfall Primrary.

“Charley has delivered a Capoeira workshop for our year 8 and 9 students. Our students thoroughly enjoy this active, engaging and fun session and they learn something new. It is ideal for our activities week programme.” Ms Carole Hughes. Manningtree Secondary School.

To book a workshop or find out more about us please don’t hesitate to contact me on . 07791139096 or

Photo: Capoeira Ponte with Mestre Nicau in 2000/2001 Francisco Morato, Sao Paulo, Brazil.