I News

January 30, 2008

Canboulay takes centre stage Carnival Friday

Eintou Springers Canboulay takes centre stage again this Carnival Friday February 1st This pageant version of the full length play documents and reenacts the Canboulay Riots of 1881 in Port of Spain Trinidad
January 28, 2008

Idakeda pays tribute to Zen Dionne Jarrette

A beautiful spirit called Zen passed away recently Many of the photos that you enjoy on our site came from her and so we pay tribute to her in this space
January 16, 2008

Baby Doll 2008 starts off with major success

The 2008 run of Baby Doll Meets Midnight Robber had an explosive start with two workshops at the Princes Town Junior Secondary School in Trinidad
January 11, 2008

Eintous Canboulay goes to Queens Hall

The play Canboulay written by Eintou Pearl Springer will make its debut at the prestigious Queens Hall venue this weekend in a production mounted by the Malick Folk Perfoming Company
January 9, 2008

Check out first set of photos from Sesa Woruban at the Learning Resource Centre in Couva

As always the superb photos of Andrea De Silva tell the story and the magic of the story as it unfolds on stage
December 24, 2007

Idakeda celebrates ten years in 2008

2008 will be a busy year for Idakeda as we celebrate ten years of Changing Communities through Culture
December 9, 2007

Sesa Woruban performance a huge success

The History Teachers Association of Trinidad and Tobago were treated to an outstanding performance of Sesa Woruban I Transform Myself another original play by Eintou Pearl Springer
November 22, 2007

Eintou Springer performs for United Nations Transatlantic Trade seminar

Eintou Springer Poet Laureate of Port of Spain was one of a group of distinguished artists who performed for educators and history professionals from the entire Caribbean region as part of a UNESCO seminar on the Transatlantic Trade in Enslaved Africans
November 8, 2007

Sesa Woruban for History Teachers Association of Trinidad and Tobago

Sesa Woruban I Transform Myself will be mounted in December as part of a series of programmes put on by the History Teachers Association of Trinidad and Tobago