Bare Words on the Church Village Green: Launch of 2015 Read In

Lime soon to rebrand into Flow before the year is over, has declared their satisfaction of sponsoring this year’s Read In since they see themselves as a champion of “Freedom of Expression” while Cooperators General Insurance emphasised they remain a Bajan owned company and what better than to support a Barbadian event?

The National Cultural Foundation launches their LIME Crop Over Read-In also sponsored by Co-Operators General Insurance at Harrison's Cave on Sunday 5th July.

The National Cultural Foundation launches their LIME Crop Over Read-In also sponsored by Co-Operators General Insurance at Harrison’s Cave on Sunday 5th July.

The announcement was held on the greens at the Church Village Community Park & Amphitheatre, and as seen in the video – some of the artistes including DJ Simmons, Simon Pipe, plus a few members of Az Man gave an improvised chant…

At the press conference, Literary Officer Ayesha Gibson-Gill revealed how Corey Sandiford plans to speak on Customer Service, while Juliette Maughn will examine Bajan women's sexuality and related topics and Snappah, the comedian who is on films "PayDay" and "Next PayDay" will open the show...

At the press conference, Literary Officer Ayesha Gibson-Gill revealed how Corey Sandiford plans to speak on Customer Service, while Juliette Maughn will examine Bajan women’s sexuality and related topics and Snappah, the comedian who is on films “PayDay” and “Next PayDay” will open the show…

Books and CD’s from the performing artistes will be available an hour before they start at 7:00 pm, there will be no Cave tours, so patrons can concentrate on performances given.

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