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Wednesday, December 11, 2013
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Queens parade as Best Village comes to an end
The curtains came down on the Prime Minister’s Best Village Trophy Competition finals with the La Reine Rive queen show, Le Gran Z’Affair at the Queen’s Park Savannah last Saturday.
Anissa Ali, representing Tri Murti Dancers, was crowned queen by Community Development Minister Winston Peters, with Rosemary Mitchell representing Ah We Theatrical Horizon, taking the first runner-up prize and Patrice Thomas of Nationwide Cultural Performers chosen as the second runner-up.
Tobago stole the spotlight on the final night’s performances as the Tobago Heritage Performers did a piece entitled Treasured Reflections.
Not to be outdone, Terry David’s Performing Theatre presented a wonderful Chinese fan dance in tribute to Best Village founder Joyce Wong Sang, while the Malick Folk Performing Company gave a command performance with a precision drill-type show that won them resounding applause.
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