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THERE IS an interesting and intriguing contrast between the works of Rachel Superville and Paula Cooper in their joint exhibition Precious Little which opened with a Private View in The Gallery at Fine Art on Tuesday November 4.
THE BUTLER Institute of Lifelong Learning (BILL) will be conducting a one-day seminar on Stress Management and health on Sunday at the Auditorium of Mucurapo Senior Comprehensive, Mucurapo Road, St. James. The feature lecturer is Dr. Lionel Gaskin Meyers, CH, a Doctor of Oriental Medicine and the Founder of the Soul, Mind, Body Institute.
POPULAR LOCAL singer Mavis John will headline a concert in Woodbrook this Sunday from 7:30 pm. “Make Room for the Lady” will take place at Satchmo’s Jazz Lounge, one of the most popular jazz venues in the country.
THE 2003 Bollywood smash Kal Ho Naa Ho (Tomorrow May Not Be) will be staged at the Learning Resource Centre, UWI, St Augustine on November 22 and 23. The stage adaptation of the movie will be done by the D C Shell Family Theatre under the direction of Sheldon Narine, the Crazy Catholic, who recently staged Grease, Cinderella and Beauty and the Beas(...)
THE STROLLING Players Theatre Company will present two new plays The Bandits by Sherma Edwards and Madam Housekeeper by Phyllis Arneaud at the City Hall, Port-of-Spain, next Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8.30 pm.
VINTAGE CALYPSO got a big boost this week when the Holy Name Convent Past Pupils’ Association received $100,000 from corporate sponsor National Lottery Control Board (NLCB) to aid its staging of its Vintage Fuh So fund-raiser.
TKO Entertainment will host The Good Life 2 at the Tsunami Beach Club, Chaguaramas, tomorrow, from 10 pm. This follows the successful debut of the concept last year.
ON SUNDAY Pier 1 will be ignited with the best of Abstract’s models. Ten females and ten males will grace the stage in the best of Millhouse, Ecliff Elie Designs, Kaotic, Dexter Jennings and Bang Bang. There will also be the long awaited launch of be the 94.1 Boom Champions “Boom Wear”.
IN RECOGNITION of the award of the Doctor of Letters degree to Leroy Calliste by the University of the West Indies (UWI), a celebration produced by Sagicor Exodus is planned for tomorrow at their panyard in St Augustine. Dr Stalin, the Tribute Concert is free to the public and will bring together some of the nation’s top performers in a night ded(...)
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