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GUYANA: WORLD POETRY DAY RECITAL: Moray House Trust — 21st March 2022

MHT WORLD POETRY DAY RECITAL: 21st March 2022

You are warmly invited to our second annual World Poetry Day Recital (see programme below). The recital features poems from Barbados, Guyana, St Lucia, the UK and the USA. It lasts half an hour and will air on YouTube at the times stated. Poets include Kamau Braithwaite, Stephanie Bowry, Esther Cowie, Peter Jailall, John Robert Lee, Estelle Phillips, Derek Walcott and Jacqueline de Weever. Readers include Lloyd Marshall and Celia Sorhaindo.

Event:         Poetry Recital
Date:           Monday 21st March 2022
Time:          5 PM Guyana / NY/ Toronto, 9PM GMT
YouTube:   https://youtu.be/JXAHE-Qhyn0

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Guyana: Moray House: Kyk Poems 1981-1989 Literature in the Making- November 13. 2021- ZOOM Meeting

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You are warmly invited to attend the second recital of poems from Kyk-over-al.
Title:           Kyk Poems: 1981-1989

Readers:    Russel Lancaster, Al Creighton, Konyo Addo, Michelle (Carter) Saywack, Graham Atkinson, John Robert Lee, Michella Alli and others.

Date:          Saturday 13th November 2021

Time:          5PM Guyana, 4PM New York, 9PM London

Platforms:
PLEASE DO JOIN US ON ZOOM IF YOU CAN:       

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Ti-Jean and His Brothers – directed by Henry Muttoo -Trailer

Ti-Jean and His Brothers -Trailer

Based on a West Indian fable…  

Nobel Prize-winning author Derek Walcott explores the power of good versus evil, poor versus wealthy and the search for what defines humanness. This folk tale—told by the animals of the rainforest through dialogue, dance and song—tells the tale of a poor widowed mother, her three sons, and their bargain with the devil.

Directed by Macy’s Guest Artist Henry Muttoo, Artistic Director of the Cayman National Cultural Foundation. Continue reading

Ti-Jean and His Brothers – Theatre 2 USF Tampa Campus – Oct 24-Nov 3, 2013

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Based on a West Indian fable…

Nobel Prize winning author Derek Walcott explores the power of good versus evil, poor versus wealthy and the search for what defines human-ness. This folk tale, told by the animals of the rainforest through dialogue, dance and song, tells the tale of a poor widowed mother, her three sons, and their bargain with the devil.            

Directed by Macy’s Guest Artist Henry Muttoo, Artistic Director of the Cayman National Cultural Foundation.    Continue reading

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