Baobab International Theatre Festival
Event Date: 
Sunday, May 29, 2016 - 19:00

Kickdust Productions presents the inaugural Baobab International Theatre Festival.
This Afro/Caribbean, Barbadian theatre festival is the first of its kind in the English-speaking Caribbean and is a premier stage for showcasing local, regional and international theatre.

Built into the festival will be a series of developmental workshops targeting schools and communities, beginners and master Classes for actors, as well collaborations with other arts disciplines such as film/digital media.
The festival will also feature the inaugural Baobab Guy Goring Memorial Lecture to be delivered by distinguished Trinidadian playwright and director Rawle Gibbons.

The curtain will rise on the Baobab International Theatre Festival at the Derrick Smith School Auditorium in Jackmans, St Michael.

House of Landship Revisited
Written by Winston Farrell and directed by Evria Atwell (NIA Productions, NY)
The House Of Landship Revisited follows the travails and setbacks of a modern-day Barbadian family trying to keep the Landship Movement alive between a weary society and disinterested young people.
- Advanced: Bds $35
- At the door: Bds $40
- Seasonal Tickets: Bds $70

Tickets available online at

Venue: Derrick Smith School Auditorium, Jackmans, St Michael