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“Marionettes starts season with a repeat of Les Miz” at Queen’s Hall

Newspaper: Guardian Date Published: Friday 17th April 2015 Next month, the BP Marionettes kicks off its busy 2015 season with a restaging of its critically-acclaimed production of Les Misérables at Queen’s Hall. Running for just three nights, the production coincides with the worldwide commemorations of the 30th anniversary of what...

“Down Memory Lane with Metamorphosis” at Queen’s Hall

Newspaper: Newsday Writer: Angela Pidduck Date Published: Sunday 5th April 2015 Twenty years ago, dance teacher, Nancy Herrera, dove headlong into untested and uncharted waters, locally, and started the Metamorphosis Dance Company as a bridge for young dancers who normally would eventually go abroad to study on completion of the...

“Winners Take the Stage” at Queen’s Hall

Newspaper: Daily Express Date Published: Tuesday 17th March 2015 The Youth Music Festival 2015 hosted by The Trinidad and Tobago Music Festival Association—North Committee concluded on Sunday at Queen’s Hall. Judged from March 10-14, only the first place winner of each competition class (27 in all) was invited to compete...

“Arts can Save At-Risk Youth”

Newspaper: Newsday Writer – Melissa Doughty Date Published: Saturday 21st March 2015 In the age where content is king, not enough programmes have been implemented to inform, particularly at-risk youth, of the viability of a career in the entertainment and creative sectors in TT, said Question Entertainment’s CEO Simon Baptiste....

“Vive Voila” at Queen’s Hall

Newspaper: Trinidad Express Writer – Kimoy Leon Sing Date Published: Fri 20th March 2015 “Dance has taught me many things; the most important one is passion. The more passionate we are about what we do; the more effort, commitment, sacrifice, determination, patience and persistent we will be. All those qualities...

“Youth Music Festival ends on a High Note” at Queen’s Hall

Newspaper: Newsday Wrire – John Babb Date Published: Fri 20th March 2015 The curtains came down on the Youth Music Festival at Queen’s Hall on Sunday afternoon in real championship fashion to probably the largest turnout seen over the past few days. But patrons who turned out were not disappointed....

“Youth Philharmonic to Perform with Violinist Sords” at Queen’s Hall

Newspaper: Trinidad Guardian Date Published: Thu 12th March 2015 The St Augustine Chamber Orchestra continues quietly making history, as for the first time, an international concert violinist will perform in T&T with the T&T Youth Philharmonic. The concerts, entitled An Evening with Andrew Sords, are scheduled for March 21 at...

“Boys shine at Youth Music Festival” at Queen’s Hall

Newspaper: Trinidad Express Writer – Kimoy Leon Sing Date Published: Thu 12th March 2015 Raising their voices in song, boys at the 2015 Youth Music Festival were not afraid to shine and in some cases outshine their female counterparts yesterday. Savion Burke woke up the quiet auditorium at Queen’s Hall,...

“Youth Music Festival begins at Queen’s Hall”

Newspaper: Trinidad Express Writer – Wayne Bowman Date Published: Wed 11th March 2015 The Youth Music Festival (northern edition) began yesterday at Queen’s Hall, St Ann’s, where pupils from secondary schools in the northern region opened five days of competition. The National Music Festival—incorporating competitions for children, youth and adults—was...

“Good Blend of Theatre in Party Done for the Freak Next Door”

Newspaper: Trinidad Guardian Date Published: Sat 21st Feb 2015 In spite of its name, Party Done for the Freak Next Door is the kind of production every actor and producer dreams of. Every component of good theatre is catered for and realised in this black comedy. It is entertaining, educational,...