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Tag Archives: plays

  1. The Unseen Letter, 1st book by Bahamian writer Glen Nairn published with HNP

    The Unseen Letter – A Play in Five Acts by Bahamian writer Glen C. Nairn was recently published in St Martin by House of Nehesi Publishers (HNP), said Lasana M. Sekou, projects director of the indie press. With issues of love and desire at play, “Nairn presents change as a ritual of nature, sometimes in […]

    June 19, 2017BooksNo comments
  2. FENCES (Denzel Washington, Viola Davis) – Movie directed by Denzel Washington

    An African American father struggles with race relations in the United States while trying to raise his family in the 1950’s and coming to terms with the events of his life.

    October 16, 2016Cinema, Culture, Video GalleryNo comments
  3. Frank Collymore Hall & the CBB wish Season’s Greetings! December 24, 2014Events, Photo GalleryNo comments
  4. ‘The Caribbean Writer – Volume 29’ will your Art or Story be in it?

    The Caribbean Writer, an international, refereed, literary journal with a Caribbean focus, is announcing a submission call for its 29th edition. Issues unique to the Caribbean should be central to the work, or the work should reflect a Caribbean heritage, experience, or perspective. Besides the usual poetry, short fiction and essays, Volume 29 will highlight […]

    November 4, 2014BooksNo comments
  5. Nevis public’s support for Globe to Globe overwhelming, team now in Barbados!

    Deslyn Williams-Johnson General Manager of the Nevis Performing Arts Centre (NEPAC) described the turnout of the public to the performance of London-based Globe to Globe‘s Hamlet as the largest seen at any presentation, since the facility’s opening and was indicative of the high interest in the Arts. Williams-Johnson made the disclosure in a brief interview […]

    September 10, 2014Culture, FeaturedNo comments
  6. Last Chance for Barbadians to See “A Monument for Moses” at Errol Barrow Centre this Heroes’ Month

    ****** The University of the West Indiesin collaboration with the Ministry of Culture Under the distinguished patronage of The Hon. David J. H. Thompson, Prime Minister Presents A Monument for Moses: A play depicting the politics of The Right Excellent Sir Grantley Adams Written by Hilary McD. Beckles Directed by C. M. Harclyde Walcott Errol […]

    April 21, 2009Culture, EntertainmentNo comments
  7. Once is not enough for Laff-It-Off 2009: Review by Ian W. Walcott

    Like how Linda Deane stepped in for me with Dramaworks’ version of Derek Walcott‘s Pantomime, now another Walcott steps forth – Barbadian actor, Ian Walcott, who’s also gone Facebook with his scrutiny of local talent;- Unfortunately, the curtains finally came down on Laff-It-Off?s 2009 production ?Another Cock and Bull Story,? that had one of its […]

    April 6, 2009Editorial, Entertainment, ReviewNo comments
  8. “Pantomime” Author seeks to be first Caribbean National to be Oxford’s Professor of Poetry: Up against first female candidate

    My Aunt Diana is October-born like myself and so very into literary matters, she composes poetry and the like… She did not know that “Pantomime” is on here, in fact – tonight Sunday is the last Adult performance, and Monday’s matinee show for students at 1:00 pm is the absolute last call at Frank Collymore […]

    March 22, 2009Arts, Featured, NewsNo comments
  9. Arena: ArtsEtc’s. Linda Deane assesses Dramaworks’ revival of Derek Walcott’s Pantomime [Attn, PG-13: Language, Adult Situations]

    {NB – Credit due where credit deserved, my profound gratitude to Linda Deane of ArtsEtc for stepping in when my ankle could not, this is her view on the Pantomime gala at FCH last week; PLUS – All pix by William Cummins} IT was like being entertained by two matadors. Frank Collymore Hall was the […]

    March 18, 2009Arts, Featured, ReviewNo comments
  10. Barbadian culture magazine takes indefinite hiatus – ArtsEtc plans to concentrate efforts online

    The magazine will now become a web-based entity as the founders prepare to concentrate on publishing books, anthologies specifically.

    February 23, 2009Books, Featured, ReviewNo comments
  11. Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination’s Activities This Weekend!

    CREATIVELY SPEAKING FILM SERIES Join New York Film Industry professional and Visiting Lecturer Michelle Materre for an evening of stimulating film screenings and discussion. Ms. Materre is the curator of the Creatively Speaking(TM) Film Series, based in Brooklyn, but now launching on the web and around the world. The short films are by independent filmmakers […]

    February 6, 2009Arts, Cinema, CultureNo comments
  12. The life of late Barbadian Premier Sir Grantley Adams dramatised by UWI-Cave Hill’s Chancellor

    Please note that the EBCCI Walcott-Warner ?Theatre has been closed to ?activities due to our annual Maintenance ?schedule.?? We will be resuming our activities very shortly, ?and you will be notified of our schedule ?very soon. Please see below our schedule of activities for the remainder of ?January 2009 and early February. *********** The University […]

    January 20, 2009Culture, EntertainmentNo comments
  13. LOVE OVERBOARD – They got on the “Love Boat” and turned it into a “Shipwreck”! A Je’Caryous Johnson Production

    The S.S. Love & Happiness is the cruise ship known for making love connections and romantic dreams come true. But there may be no love left by the time this boat docks. Who?s on board? Our Captain, who seems more concerned with stalking women than steering the ship, a Married Couple hoping to re-discover the […]

    December 27, 2008EntertainmentNo comments
  14. Derek Walcott – Caribbean Man of many facets: Delivers poetry to packed EBCCI at Cave Hill (PLUS – Blogger’s uphill quest to find relevant literature)

    TARDINESS = DISCOVERY [Attn: PG 13 – language situations] I arrived at 7:03 pm, parked at another Cave Hill parking lot and suddenly realised both the Errol Barrow Centre’s parking and the area where I was had a SEA of cars! “Oh sh*t,” I thought 2 myself, “The place PACKED – all with only an […]

    November 30, 2008Books, Featured, News2 comments