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Play the Devil—a powerful, local drama about an impoverished teen whose chance encounter with an older, wealthy businessman leads to deadly consequences—will open the 11th edition of the T&T Film Festival (TTFF), at the Central Bank Auditorium, on September 20.

Making its T&T premiere, the film which debuted at the Los Angeles Film...

Friday, June 24, 2016

One of the country’s most renowned guitarists, Michael Boothman, will combine with the fast rising Dean Williams for a one-night-only performance tomorrow evening, titled 2 Guitars, at Kaiso Blues Café on Woodford Street, Newtown. 

Friday, June 24, 2016

Under the theme A City in Adoration, Port-of-Spain Give Praise, the Port-of-Spain City Corporation—in collaboration with Radio Isaac 98.1FM and its parent company, the Family Focus Broadcasting Network—hosted a Gospel Night at Adam Smith Square, Woodbrook on Saturday.

Friday, June 17, 2016

There was ragga soca—a blend of soca and dancehall music. An experimental reggaeton soca arrived when Barbadian soca artiste Rupert “Rupee” Clarke gave us Tempted To Touch in 2004. It returned in 2007 when American/Bermudian reggae singer Colin “Collie Buddz” Harper sang the catchy hit Mamacita...

Thursday, June 9, 2016

Local parang band Los Buenos Parranderos recently participated in the International Music Festival, CubaDisco 2016. 

Thursday, June 2, 2016

If asked to name the most popular performers in T&T, most people would think of soca artistes like Machel Montano, Destra Garcia and Bunji Garlin. Less popular are the stars of the alternative music that features highly talented rock, rap, reggae and hip-hop performers.

Thursday, May 26, 2016

“Vintage Choo Kong,” that was the sentiment shared by many who attended the first two runs of Play Yuhself, Prime Minister, held in April and May at Cipriani College of Labour and Corporative Studies and Queen’s Hall. 

Thursday, May 26, 2016

The inaugural edition of the World Festival of Emerging Cinema, hosted by UWI’s Film Programme between May 19 and 22, brought to audiences an intense, diverse selection of over 200 productions spanning 52 countries in close to a dozen languages in the space of just four days.

Thursday, May 26, 2016

When Diner en Blanc took place in Jamaica last year, someone whispered it was not going to be long before it hit Trinidad’s shores. Diner en Blanc, is a popular event that takes place in about 50 cities all over the world.

Thursday, May 19, 2016

The UWI Film Programme celebrates its tenth anniversary with a World Festival of Emerging Cinema, to be held from today, for four days—May 19-22. Venue is The UWI Film Programme, Carmody Street, St Augustine. The festival is free and open to the public.

Thursday, May 19, 2016

It was a delightful way to spend a Sunday evening; attending Time & Tide Wait for No Man at Queen’s Hall, St Ann’s, by Noble Douglas Lilliput Foundation for the Arts. 

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