“Rundown,” the Cayman National Cultural Foundation’s annual comedy revue, returns to the Harquail Theatre for its 26th season starting on April 26 and running through May 13.
Vickie Wheaton has the inside scoop on the weekend's best bets, including J'Ouvert, the Kirk Slam Fishing Tournament, Orange You Glad Gala and a chance to learn flamenco.
Carnival season is nearly upon us, bringing colorful costumes and live music to the streets of Cayman. Before the big parades, however, there are pre-events well worth attending. One of the most popular of these is Batabano’s J’Ouvert Parade and Breakfast Fete, held this year on April 14.
Grab that little black dress and orange accessories for the 5th Annual Meals on Wheels Orange You Glad Gala on April 21 at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman. The event has become a staple in Cayman’s social calendar and offers a great opportunity to catch up with those you haven’t seen in a while as you support a wonderful cause.
Anyone born before the ‘70s will no doubt remember when the smash hit “Grease” hit the cinemas, starring Olivia Newton-John and heartthrob John Travolta. The Pink Ladies and the T-Birds sang some unforgettable songs that are still popular today. Head to any karaoke night and you’re bound to hear “Summer Nights” or “You’re the One That I Want” at least once.
It is time to dust off those rods and reels and get boat engines prepped and ready for the 8th Annual Kirk Slam Dolphin Tournament, happening on Saturday and Sunday.
The art of flamenco music and dance originated in the southern regions of Spain. Its colorful expression and rhythmic roots draw from many world cultures, including European, African, Middle Eastern, Latin American, and Jewish traditions.
The Dr. J. Hugh Cummings Memorial 5K Walkathon is scheduled from 6:30 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 14 at the International College of the Cayman Islands.
It's Vicki Wheaton again and that means, it's the weekend. She shares Cayman's upcoming events, including a must-see exhibition from artist Yonier Powery at Awardart Gallery and Slow Food Day at Camana Bay.
Slow Food Day has been celebrated in Camana Bay since 2012, so this year will see the seventh annual Slow Food Day return to the Town Centre on April 14.