Blog Posts

Ajani, Shomari, Kayode and Shanya perform Caribbean and traditional African drumming rhythms and chants.

Photos from the 2009 Caribbean Tales Film Festival in Canada where the Idakeda documentary “Baby Doll Meets Midnight Robber: Carnival Intervention for the At Risk” was successfully screened.

Idakeda shares the Baby Doll Intervention Technique with members of the corporate community, government institutions, NGOs, CBOs and international business interests

Articles about the play and messages from the Playwright

Rehearsals for the production of the Eintou Springer story by the students of the Morvant Anglican Primary school.

The Idakeda team works with young people in some of the primary schools in Port of Spain using Storytelling, Carnival and the Performance Arts as vehicles of change and transformation.

December 7, 2016

Chibale – The Children of Idakeda

December 7, 2016

Caribbean Tales Film Festival

December 7, 2016

Baby Doll Meets Midnight Robber: Idakeda Interventions for the ‘At Risk’

December 7, 2016

Baby Doll Interventions for the Business and NGO communities

December 7, 2016

Anansi in the Media

December 7, 2016

Anansi and the Poinsetta Tree 2010, rehearsals

December 7, 2016

Ai Bonjay Primary School Storytelling Initiative

December 7, 2016

African Legacy Tours of T&T

December 7, 2016

Ah Payap DVD – Behind the Scenes

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