Maybe you’re like me and completely forgot that next Thursday is a public holiday. And for those of you who will be “sick” on Friday this means a long weekend. #tricks. Anyway, if you’re wondering what to do with all that extra free time, I’ve got the perfect suggestion for you.
Get ready to be blown away, because the National Theatre Arts Company of Trinidad and Tobago is bringing Tony Hall’s “Jean and Dinah” to the stage on March 30th and March 31st, 2023 at Queen’s Hall! This play is seriously one you won’t want to miss.
I wasn’t exactly familiar with the synopsis, so I did some digging and found out that “Jean and Dinah” follows the story of two women who work as prostitutes in Trinidad during the 1950s, and explores the challenges they face in a society that doesn’t always treat them with respect. Due to its mature themes, this play is for adults only, so you may need to show your ID at the door.
Seriously though, tickets are only TTD $80.00 and you can grab them at the Queen’s Hall Box Office.
The National Theatre Arts Company is known for their incredible shows that celebrate the rich cultural heritage of Trinidad and Tobago. So if you’re in the mood for some cultural entertainment, grab your friends, grab some tickets and come enjoy “Jean and Dinah”! It promises to be a captivating performance, and I can’t wait to witness it.
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Jacqui enjoys cooking, music and other areas of the creative arts. She holds a BSc in Business Information Technology from the University of Greenwich and is the creative director and founder of LOCAL(868). She's obsessed with anything and everything to do with information systems, startups, entrepreneurship, and branding.