May 11, 2011

Idakeda in the News Eintou Springers Godchild reviewed by Trinidad Express

The launch of GodChild has sparked renewed interest in the works of Eintou Springer and in the importance of writing for children as a whole
May 2, 2011

Chibale performance listed amongst most inspiring at Bocas Literary Festival

The Chibale Drumming Ensemble made waves at the recently completed Bocas Literary Festival in Port of SpainThe group performed as part of a Storytelling session during the childrens component of the Festival and were part of the preaward ceremony performances on the final night
April 25, 2011

Eintou Springers God Child recommended by head of Naliss Heritage Division for School Curriculum

God Child Eintous new collection of stories and poems for children was recently launched at the audiovisual room of National Library in Port of Spain The book was very warmly reviewed by Joan Osborne Director of the Heritage Library Division the Unit originally founded by Ms Springer
April 18, 2011

God Child Eintous new collection of stories and poems for children launches this week

Who am I I am Gods child Put to catch the sun and rain And grow and flower for a whileOn Tuesday 19th April God Child Eintous new collection of stories and poems for children will be launched The Launch takes place at 630pm at the audiovisual room of NALIS Port of Spain
April 4, 2011

Dara tells stories to the children of St Dominics Home as part of TT Literary Festival

Mas in the Mas Tyrell Learns a Lesson is the story that Dara Healy will share with the children of the St Dominics Home this week as part of a local Literary Festival She will be accompanied by the Chibale Drumming Ensemble comprising Ajani Healy Shomari Healy Kayode Charles and Ire Charles
March 28, 2011

Idakeda in the News Eintou Springers play Kambule reviewed in latest Caribbean Beat magazine

In 2004 the Eintou Springer play then spelled Canboulay transformed the reenactment of how ordinary saved the Trinidad and Tobago Carnival from colonial repressive efforts
March 2, 2011

Idakeda in the News Trinidad Guardian reviews Emancipation Moments

Emancipation Moments is the latest UWI Open Campus literary offering featuring plays of female regional playwrights including Eintou Springer Two of Springers plays Kambule and Freedom Morning Come are featured in the publication
February 14, 2011

Eintou Springers Kambule not on Piccadilly Greens in 2011

In response to numerous local and international enquiries we would like to let the national community know that the Eintou Springer play Kambule will not be presented as part of the National Carnival Commissions NCC offerings for Carnival this year
February 7, 2011

Idakeda participates in launch of regional collection of plays Emancipation Moments

Emancipation Moments the latest collection of plays by the UWI Open Campus will be launched at 630pm on Monday February 21st at NALIS in Port of Spain The launch of the anthology compiled and edited by Mr Rawle Gibbons will feature live performances from the Eintou Pearl Springer plays in the collection Noted playwright and director Lester Efebo Wilkinson will deliver the keynote address