The Big Clash Gameshow is a
competitive, entertainment show,
filmed in front of a live theatre audience at selected institutions in the UK.
Two teams, each with five participants, compete in a live clash taking on 7 of our original games and challenges.
The highly energetic, engaging and attention grabbing show
combines the cheeky banter off British culture with the expressive, vibrant diaspora of young African and Caribbean culture
from the UK.
EXPERIENCE IT LIVE!!!
The touring event is hosted by the popular TV and radio presenter Mistar Alvin
alongside co-host, DJ and presenter Whitney Veniya.
The Big Clash exists to create a positive difference
to the student body. We work as a team
to give people a platform to express and gain great self-confidence.
YOU'RE GOING TO LOVE US
The Big Clash experience is an unforgettable journey
filled with smiles and laughter, opportunities and new friendships. Our show encourages people
to re-discover or improve on their talents and skills that have benefited them for their careers, endeavours and much more.
We believe in delivering our message of positivity breeds happiness amongst the many. For years we have gone out to many institutions and communities with the aim of bringing people together. To have fun, be competitive and most importantly share endless amounts of smiles and good vibes.
The Big Clash is the first show of its kind in the UK, offering a family friendly experience as a viewer and participant. Giving young people the chance to be engaged in a live studio theatre and be inspired, motivated and entertained.
Small wins, Big wins,
Win win win!!!
10 outta 10
WHO CREATED IT?
Created by MrKookies, known formally as Yinka. A British-Nigerian, from South East London had the vision for The Big Clash after graduating from University. It was whilst working for the Student Union, the former ACS President founded the show on January 28th 2011 Inspired by his love of Afro-British culture, the creative arts and entertainment.,
“The Big Clash is bigger than me. I’ve realised my purpose in bringing people together and providing this platform. I will always do my very best to ensure it lasts long after I’m gone. It’s not for me. It’s for all the people it will help and has helped. It is for our culture. Black, African, Caribbean culture of the diaspora. Let us enjoy ourselves. Let us have fun.”