Location: Queen's Hall
Price (TTD): $200
Trinidad and Tobago’s Annual Carnival Talk Tent will celebrate its 35th Anniversary with performances at Queen’s Hall Conference Centre from Thursday 15th to Saturday 17th February 2018 at 7.30pm. Patrons can look forward to three days of top quality, humorous and thought-provoking entertainment suitable for all audiences.
The longest running Talk Show in Trinidad and Tobago, the Talk Tent, produced by Paul Keens-Douglas has been promoting the many facets of the Oral Traditions since 1983.
Featuring performers such as Miguel Browne, Farida Chapman, Felix Edinborough and Short Pants, all teachers and educators, and hosted by singing MC David Bereaux, the show has now become a popular after-carnival event that attracts both locals and visitors alike.
Each year, the Tent features well-known and up and coming artistes as special guests. This year’s audience will enjoy the musical vibes of popular saxophonist and musician Anthony Paul and the lyrics of spoken-word poet Derron Sandy.
An unsponsored show, the Talk Tent depends on the support of its fans, supporters and those who recognize the importance of its role in preserving this genre of Caribbean culture.
Books, CD’s and DVD’s of the various artistes will also be available at special show prices.
Tickets for all shows are priced at $200.00 and are available at Cleve’s, Crosby’s, RIK Trincity/Gulf City and at Queen’s Hall Box Office.
Call us at 632-1647 or 624-1284 and follow us on Facebook @pkeensdouglas (@Talk Tent 2018).
Do come out and “support the shows that support the values.”