Chair of the Planning Committee and Artistic Director of the Baobob Festival, Winston Farrell, speaking with The Barbados Advocate recently, on the sidelines of the cultural arts lecture, at the Queen’s Park Steel Shed.
BARBADOS has the potential to become the ‘Mecca’ for theatre arts, just as it already is for cricket, and via this, the potential to drive the growth of the tourism sector by offering a new product
‘THE Tempest,’ a play written by British Play Writer, William Shakespeare, is one that reflects the history of these islands.
Neicy Tribbett addressing the audience at yesterday’s SIGNIA Development Workshop & Artistes Showcase.
Singer, A’leithia Sweeting, ministering before the start of Saturday’s SIGNIA Development Workshop & Artistes Showcase.
EXECUTIVE Producer of Barbados Gospelfest, Adrian Agard, has given this year’s event two thumbs up thus far.
Principal of the Maria Holder Nursery School, Shelley Boyce (left) and nursery aide Angela Edey, assist the students in exploring the display tables set up during the school’s recent Open Day event. Some of the students also wore uniforms and other forms of apparel, depicting the clothing worn by various professionals in their community.
In celebration of its 5th anniversary, the Maria Holder Nursery School recently held an Open Day event at its Sharon, St. Thomas location, under the theme “The Clothes We Wear”.