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The Lydians give ‘The Gift’ of Music
Meticulously crafted an prepared by Musical Director Lorraine Granderson, this Christmas, the Lydians explore the theme of ‘The Gift’. At the birth of Jesus in
The Lydians light the way with music this Christmas
This Christmas, the Lydians, comprising singers, steel ensemble, drummers, dancers and more, make a call to the nation to hold out a light this Christmas!
T&T Culture and Performing Arts Fraternity weigh in on Walcott’s passing
Nobel Laureate, playwright, and founder of Trinidad Theatre Workshop; Sir Derek Walcott, has passed away. News of his passing came to the Trinidad and Tobago
Review: Lydians Christmas, Sweet Like a Calabash
The Lydians has always been synonymous with spectacular singing and dazzling visuals, with the ability to pack any space in which they perform on every night.
Bringing theatre practitioners together | T&T New Play Festival hits its mark
The recently concluded T&T New Play Festival successfully achieved its aims of bringing theatre practitioners together and getting people to come out and support the
New Play Festival premieres next weekend
(Originally published to the T&T Guardian 23/10/2016) The New Play Festival 2016, which will run October 28 to 31, is the brainchild of legendary T&T
Once a ‘has-been,’ de Goeas continues another act | Monday Night Theatre Forum
Theatre practitioner Mervyn de Goeas said he does not think of himself as just a director or a mas-man or an actor or a writer,
Wendell Manwarren Makes a Statement | Monday Night Theatre Forum
Rapsoman Wendell Manwarren has had a long and varied career in the arts, beginning with the opera and continuing through theatre, mas-making and rapso. Manwarren
How to Achieve Stability and Longevity as a Theatre Practitioner in T&T
In a nation where two universities are producing countless graduates in theatre and the performing arts, it is still often perceived as a fool’s errand
REVIEW: Little People Bringing “BIG” Issues to the Forefront
Four decades after it was founded, the Lilliput Children’s Theatre – whose name was inspired by Jonathan’s Swift’s novel, Gulliver’s Travels – continues to journey with “little people” under the