Derek Walcott’s beloved folktale of ‘Ti Jean & His Brothers’ is coming to the Queen’s Hall stage (26-30 September) as part of the Walcott Festival – thanks to the support from our talented cast and crew, generous corporate donors and a hard-working committee.
Following the launch of : the art exhibition of oils, Watercolours and storyboards by the Nobel Laureate; a Poetry Reading with Ishion Hutchinson and Kate Snodgrass; and Panel discussion; as well as two fully-subscribed Writing Workshops in April, we now look to September for the musical.
Special thanks to First Citizens, the National Gas Company of Trinidad and Tobago, the Ministry of Community Development, Culture and the Arts, the Australian High Commission, Kapok Hotel, Shell, Prestige Holdings, Beacon Insurance, NH International, The Massy Foundation, Methanex, Ansa Mc AL, the Chilean Embassy, French Embassy and Chee Mooke Bakery as well as Hodder Education.
Tickets are available now at the Queen’s Hall Box Office :
Gala : Friday 27 September ($400) – early bird special of $350 until 20th; Saturday 28 ($250); Sunday 29 matinee ($250).
Directed by Wendell Manwarren, the play by Derek Walcott will feature music by Andre Tanker.
Visit www.DereWalcott.com for more information.