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Lilliput Children’s Theatre Makes A BIG Statement For Its Fortieth Anniversary Veteran Children’s Theatre Company Makes History As One Of Trinidad And Tobago’s Oldest Children’s Performing Arts Organisations Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago… Four decades ago, two friends and colleagues, Noble Douglas and Tony Hall, embarked upon the groundbreaking task of creating Trinidad and Tobago’s first children’s theatre company. Their foresight led to the establishment of the Lilliput Children’s Theatre, Trinidad and Tobago’s seminal children’s arts institution. This year, Lilliput marks that milestone with its 40th anniversary production, BIG,Read More

Posted On March 12, 2014By altonIn News

JACKIE O. LAUNCHES MISCELLANEA

  Castries, Saint Lucia – On the brink of Saint Lucia’s 35th anniversary of Independence, Jackie O presents ‘MISCELLANEA’! As described by their name, the new group miscellaneA is a group of young men with varying talents in their own right. This group includes Alex ‘Sawlty’ Klien, Adrian ‘Drii Notes’ Klien, Arnold ‘AJ’ Jules and Stephen Dantes. After working with each of them individually and recognizing their talents, Jackie Cherebin-Weekes of Jackie O. had a vision of them combining their talents to create a distinctive sound. She encouraged them toRead More
Saint Lucia – Things are heating up on the island of Saint Lucia and it’s not just the weather. The 50th edition of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2014, which goes live across the web, mobile, tablet and newsstands today, features the picturesque and colorful landscape of the Caribbean island paradise Saint Lucia. Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Senior Editor, MJ Day, explains, “We chose locations for the 50th anniversary edition that we knew would grab readers’ attention. Saint Lucia’s iconic Piton mountains, gorgeous beaches, and lush rainforest were a perfect fit for thisRead More
The year 2014 is a significant milestone for Trinidadian super trio 3 Canal, as they mark their 20th Anniversary in music. And to celebrate in style, they have teamed up with 1st Klase Records for two sizzling singles, “Carnival Comin’” and “Grimeee,” both available on February 11, 2014 from FOX FUSE. Hailing from the twin island nation of Trinidad and Tobago, 3 Canal define a style of music called rapso—conscious music that is more of a philosophy and stance than an identifiable musical signature. It has been termed “The PowerRead More
Haitianbeatz.com will celebrate its Fifth Anniversary on Friday Dec. 13th, 2013 in class at the Elegant Adria Hotel in Bayside, Queens, with the most sought-after band in Konpa Music, KLASS. Members, silent readers, supporters, and friends of Haitiansbeatz.com are set to converge in impressive numbers on the beautiful ballroom of Adria Hotel on Friday December 13th, 2013 from 9:00PM until 3:00 AM the next day, to celebrate as they have done every year since 2009. Adria Hotel is located at 221-17 Northern Blvd Bayside NY 11361. This year marks ourRead More
Brooklyn, New York – Alicia Seymour of the Bahamas was crowned queen at the 5th annual Gay Caribbean USA Pageant which was held in Brooklyn, New York last Saturday, 28th September. Seymour was dynamic from her very first appearance in her swimwear and maintained the lead in both the talent and evening wear categories. As her talent, she performed a splendid dramatization of Jennifer Holiday’s “And I am Telling You”. In the second place was Puerto-Rico’s Karen Cover Girl, followed by Guyana’s Sundari Indian Goddess. The organizers of the pageantRead More
Brooklyn, New York, 17th September, 2013 – The Gay Caribbean USA Pageant celebrates its fifth year of existence with the staging of this year’s pageant on Saturday, 28th September at the Restoration Plaza – 1368 Fulton Street, Brooklyn from 8pm. The lineup is made up of Male Impersonators and Transgender contestants who will be representing various islands in the Caribbean archipelago. The organizers are proud that the event attracts contestants who are based outside the U.S who fly in to represent their islands. The Gay Caribbean USA Pageant has undoubtedlyRead More
PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD & TOBAGO (MONDAY, July 1st 2012) – Next weekend, when the BP Marionettes Chorale takes to the Queen’s Hall stage with the first concert of their 50th anniversary season, Landmarks, their tireless conductor and artistic director Gretta Taylor will have been leading them for 39 of those 50 years. She found herself with baton in hand after what she describes as a “crisis of succession”. But Taylor – like her colleagues Joanne Mendes and Susan Dore, who all joined the Marionettes leadership in 1974 – areRead More
PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD & TOBAGO (July 9, 2013) – This weekend, under the batons of conductors Gretta Taylor and Roger Henry and supported by a new multi-generational management team, the Children’s, Youth, and adult BP Marionettes choirs take to the stage to celebrate the organization’s sterling 50-year history with Landmarks. In a programme spanning Broadway, opera, calypso, gospel, jazz, spirituals and more, the group revisits some of their proudest moments, including award-winning performances at local and international competition; Caribbean premieres; and classic arrangements of regional favourites. Performing will beRead More
(Photos courtesy of Buch & Allan Limchoy)   MONDAY 1st JULY, 2012 (PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD & TOBAGO): Next weekend, when the BP Marionettes Chorale takes to the Queen’s Hall stage with the first concert of their 50th anniversary season, Landmarks, their tireless conductor and artistic director Gretta Taylor will have been leading them for 39 of those 50 years. She found herself with baton in hand after what she describes as a “crisis of succession”. But Taylor – like her colleagues Joanne Mendes and Susan Dore, who all joinedRead More