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“Everybody Tweets” is the first solo exhibition of local artist Tavernelle. The exhibit explores the artist’s transition from life in the office to encounters with nature. “Everybody Tweets” opens on July 3 and will run from July 4 to 8, from 9 am to 5 pm at the Department of Creative and Festival Arts, Gordon Street, St Augustine.
One of the most successful winners of the reality television show, American Idol will be in Trinidad and Tobago celebrating her birthday with a one night only intimate concert.
Tomorrow (June 30) is the big day when 100 chefs will come to show off their cooking skills at the popular “Dining With The Saints” food fest, hosted by The St Mary’s College Past Students’ Union.
Neval Chatelal, the 2010 Digicel Rising Star and the 2006 Mastana grand prize winner, will take to the stage in Couva tomorrow (June 30) from 7 pm to 9.30 pm at the Chinmaya Mission, Calcutta #1, Mc Bean Couva.
The next edition of TT Film Night will be held at the Iere High School in Siparia tomorrow (June 30) at 7 pm. On the playbill will be Asha Lovelace’s Joebell and America; Dawn Pirtheesingh’s short animated feature, Dirty Clothes; and The Mistake, which was produced by Iere High’s Film Club.
The members of the Gyaan Deepak Mandali of SWAHA International, Chotoo Street, Aranguez, will be hosting their first annual cooler cruise. This will take place aboard the Treasure Queen, Pier 2, Chaguaramas on July 7 from 9 am. As a religious organisation SWAHA is asking patrons to stay away from meats and alcohol on this trip.
Monster March, a play presented by Tony Hall’s Lordstreet Theatre, the Oilfield Workers Trade Union (OWTU) and Arts-in-Action in celebration of the 75th anniversary of the OWTU and the labour movement in Trinidad and Tobago, will premiere today at the Palms Club in San Fernando at 7 pm.
Thousands are expected to “March for Jesus” this Sunday in an attempt to return Trinidad and Tobago to prayer and reduce the incidence of crime in the country.
The Mary Could Dance – The Farewell Tour will have what producers say will be the final two performances with the original cast at the National Academy for the Performing Arts (NAPA) in Port-of-Spain this weekend.
Well known cultural activist and former councillor for Williamsville Lochandass Radhey heads the Williamsville Festivals Committee (WFC) for their annual Indian Arrival Day show. This will be held tomorrow (June 30) at the Williamsville Hindu temple, next to Williamsville Secondary School, from 6 pm to 9 pm.
On October 5 to 7 Caribbean Hiking Adventures features a hike to Tobago. On the first day of their visit to Tobago hikers will make their way to Mount St George, Hillsboro Dam to Castara. That night adventurers can kick off their hiking boots and exchange them for dancing shoes as they invade shade Night Club.
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