Dance Beryl, Dance! – A Gala Fundraiser

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Folk Culture and dance takes center stage as The Little Carib Theatre and Folk House celebrates its 75th anniversary with their Gala Fundraiser “Dance Beryl Dance.”

On Saturday 4th November, 2023 at 6:00pm, the theatre will host an unforgettable, indulgent evening
celebrating the institution and founder’s legacy and invaluable contribution to the cultural landscape of Trinidad and Tobago.

Founded in 1948 by the late dance legend Beryl McBurnie, The Little Carib Theatre and Folk
was the first permanent folk-dance company and theatre in Trinidad. Described as the
mecca of West Indian folk dance, it remains the only of its kind in the region. The event also
celebrates the birth anniversary of McBurnie, on November 2nd, and culminates a year long
series of events in celebration.

Featuring a spectacular cast, patrons will enjoy the melodic vocals of Krisson “Seraphim”
Joseph and Band, and dance performances by the Malick Folk Performing Company, The Astor
Johnson Repertory Dance Theatre, Continuum Dance Project and Lil Angels of Dance. Host for
the evening is the ever entertaining Cecilia Salazar.

This packed, dance-centric programme isintended to pay homage to the folk roots and evolution of The Little Carib Theatre by way of showcasing a range of dance companies and performances.

Patrons will receive a complimentary drink on entry of wine, beer or rum and on sale will be
custom, artisan chocolates crafted by Cocobelle specifically for the anniversary celebrations.

Tickets for this must see event are priced at $300 per person and can be purchased at The Little Carib Theatre and Folk House – Mondays – Fridays between 9:00am and 1:30pm, at The Lost Tribe Mas Camp or online at

Interested persons can also call the ticket hotlines at 868-622-6466 or 868-460-0174.

For more information, persons can visit the company’s official Instagram and Facebook pages –
@thelittlecarib or contact the Theatre Manager, Anil Singh at 868-460-0174.

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