Kambule rehearsals begin

Rehearsals for the Eintou Springer play Kambule start this weekendThe play documents the victory by stick fighters over the colonial administration to save the Carnival of the ordinary people which we still enjoy today It takes place on the Piccadilly Greens Port of Spain at 430 am on Carnival Friday morning

Rehearsals for the Eintou Springer play ‘Kambule’ start this weekend.

The play documents the victory by stick fighters over the colonial administration to save the Carnival of the ordinary people, which we still enjoy today. It takes place on the Piccadilly Greens, Port of Spain at 4.30 am on Carnival Friday morning.

Actors please contact us if you’re interested in being part of this original and exciting street theatre and we look forward to welcoming everyone on Carnival Friday morning ‘half past to five in the morning!’

Click here to see past photos of ‘Kambule’

We at Idakeda would also like to thank the Executive and Staff of the National Carnival Commission for their ongoing support of our work, and look forward to continuing good relations with them.

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