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Food and Rum and success

Food and Rum and success

The Barbados Food and Rum Festival is definitely here to stay. Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc., William “Billy” Griffith, told Bajan Vibes this year’s rebranded event was a resounding success and the plan is to keep it, making improvements as they go along. Griffith said the decision to rebrand the festival, […]

Bajan Troubadours

Bajan Troubadours

That’s what music fans here in Barbados and abroad have come to associate with Troubadours, a leading Barbadian group which debuted in the mid-1960s around the time when the island gained political independence from Britain. It was well known Anglican priest, Canon Ivor Jones, who gave the name to what was then a fledging group […]

Bigger Classical/Pops show

Bigger Classical/Pops show

Organizers of the annual Classical/Pops Barbados Festival are hoping for a bigger event this year. Michael Aiken, general director of the show which is in its third year, says organizers are hoping to have a 30 per cent increase in the number of patrons. The show comes off on December 9 and 10 at the […]

A sweeter Honey Jam

A sweeter Honey Jam

There was nothing sweeter! Last Saturday night, the sweet sounds of music filled the Frank Collymore Hall for the sixth edition of the Honey Jam showcase. It was a night of 14 exciting performances, showcasing the array of talent from within these 166 square miles. The ladies were simply fantastic. And the youngest ones within […]

Triple shot of Hennessy Artistry

Triple shot of Hennessy Artistry

It is costing promoters close to one million dollars to produce the highly anticipated Hennessy Artistry show, which comes off next month and will be held over three days instead of one. And the high price tag is a result of the headliner coming this year – US-based singer and songwriter Lauryn Hill. Jamaican reggae and dancehall […]

Juniors shine

Juniors shine

Based on the performances on Monday night at the National Independence Festival of Creative Arts (NIFCA) Junior Finals, it’s safe to say that the tradition of excellence will live on. The young ones were simply fantastic. The mixed disciplines final provided for an exciting and entertaining night. The 28 performances were spectacular and the children […]

Theatre disappointments

Theatre disappointments

Is this it? Is this the best we have to offer in terms of theatre? These were just two of the questions I asked myself as I exited the Frank Collymore Hall on Sunday night following the National Independence Festival of Creative Arts (NIFCA) Theatre Arts Finals. It was an enjoyable night, yes! However, theatre […]

14 chosen for final

14 chosen for final

Fourteen talented teens were chosen last Sunday night to contest the final of the Richard Stoute Teen Talent Competition on November 6 at Hilton Barbados. Those finding favour with the judges after completion of the second semifinal were Shaunette Alleyne, Maaisa Clarke, Neesha Welch, Gabrielle Yearwood, Raanan Hackett, The Right  Combanation, Yahandje Daniel, Tahirah Gibbons, […]

Dance dominates round 2 of NIFCA semis

Dance dominates round 2 of NIFCA semis

There was talent a plenty last Saturday night when the second round of the semi-finals for the 2016 edition of the National Independence Festival of Creative Arts (NIFCA) came off at the Combermere School Hall at Waterford. This time, dance took center stage, accounting for 10 of the 21 performances. Among those that stood out […]

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