Blog Posts

August 23, 2010

Kambule debuts in New York for Labour Day

Kambule the Eintou Springer play which documents the 1881 Port of Spain riots that saved the Trinidad and Tobago Carnival opens on the New York stage this September for Labour Day
July 26, 2010

Eintou draws on local scholars for Freedom Morning Come

Freedom Morning Come is a new historical play from Eintou Pearl Springer author of Kambule the very successful street theatre that is now recognised as an important event in our Carnival celebrations The play will premiere on Sunday August 1st Emancipation Day at 7am on the Brian Lara Promenade The customary Kambule parade will proceed to the Emancipation Village Jean Pierre Complex at the end of the play
July 19, 2010

Freedom Morning Come Eintou Springers new play premieres Emancipation Morning

In a dramatic departure from the usual start to Emancipation Day the thousands gathered on the Promenade for the traditional August 1st Parade will bear witness to Freedom Morning Come the latest historical drama by local playwright Eintou Pearl Springer
July 12, 2010

Storytelling by Eintou features at Angostura Childrens Camp

Eintou brings her gift of storytelling to the children of the Angostura Childrens Camp in Laventille this year As always her stories carry important themes lessons and values so this year she will focus on peer pressure crime safety and substance abuse
June 28, 2010

Eintou shares her poetry at HIV AIDS event hosted by Ministry of the People and Social Development

One woman deliberately seeks to infect others with the HIV AIDS virus and another asks for help with Stigma and Discrimination in the workplace These were the subjects of the poetry shared by Eintou Springer at a recent Information and Testing fair hosted by the Ministry of the People and Social Development
June 21, 2010

Chibale impresses at Yoruba Village Drumming Festival

The Chibale Drumming Ensemble impressed the audience at this years Yoruba Village Drumming Festival hosted by the Emancipation Support Committee as part of its Schedule of Activities for Emancipation 2010 The Festival which was jointly held with the T T Afro Caribbean Drummers Association took place on June 20th as a special Fathers Day tribute
June 14, 2010

Ai Bonjay research findings show overwhelming support for the Storytelling Pilot Programme

This is going to work affirmed one of the teachers in the pilot programme after the concept was introduced to the educators It was view shared by everyone but they did not really know what to expect
June 7, 2010

Obelisk Communications coordinates International Business Symposium

The 2010 International Business Symposium hosted by the Emancipation Support Committee ESC will be coordinated this year by Obelisk Communications a member of the Idakeda Group
May 24, 2010

Eintou honours HIV AIDS survivors in poetry

Eintou Pearl Springer former Poet Laureate of Port of Spain will honour those persons who live with HIV AIDS and those who have succumbed to the virus with her poetry this Thursday evening at a special function hosted by the National Aids Coordinating Committee NACC