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'One White, One Black', a play written by Cayman’s Frank McField, was recently showcased at the Harquail Theatre and Cayman Cabana. It opened on 15...
On Saturday at the Harquail Theatre, dance and fitness studio Quinntessential Movement will be presenting a pole and aerial theatre production of ‘The Wizard of Oz’.
After a self-imposed quarantine in 2020, due to the global pandemic, 'Rundown' has returned in 2021 to spread laughter, not COVID. Produced by the Cayman...
Iconic Stooges frontman Iggy Pop may not be particularly tall in stature, but when it comes to stage presence, he carries a very big...
Twelve of Cayman’s cultural practitioners and preservationists will be honoured for their contribution to the country’s arts and cultural legacy at the Cayman National...
It is ‘Rundown’ time again! Cayman’s hilarious comedy show is back for its 27th season with the usual disclaimer: ‘If you don’t laugh, sue...
Singrays a capella group is among the performers appearing at Voices Around the World, with shows on Thursday and Friday at the Harquail Theatre.
Jaci Patrick of West Bay, seated, was named Miss World Cayman during the Saturday evening pageant at the Harquail Theatre.
The Caymankind spirit for which the Cayman Islands is known will soon be on full display as the largest-ever Cayman contingent shares its talents and expertise with its Caribbean neighbours.
The 18th Talent Exposition of the Arts, organised by JC Connor, founder and CEO of the Cayman Islands Self Help Foundation, showcased a variety of new and returning talent at the Harquail Theatre on Sunday, 30 June.
As the 2018/19 dance year draws to a close, the senior performing arts students at Centre Pointe Dance Studio are delighted to present the award-winning ‘Legally Blonde The Musical JR.’ at the Harquail Theatre on 21 and 22 June.
Excitement is building for the young cast from Musicians Ltd. School of Music and Performing Arts as they prepare for their eighth annual production, starting on Friday at the Harquail Theatre.
Performers, artists and artisans are gearing up for the 14th iteration of CARIFESTA taking place in Trinidad and Tobago, 16-25 Aug.
The Quinntessential Movement company is excited to present ‘Wonderland’, Cayman’s first pole and aerial theatre production, happening at the Harquail Theatre on April 13.
The Cayman National Cultural Foundation is bringing ‘The World is My Home – The Life of Paul Robeson’ to Cayman for a three-night only performance this weekend at the Harquail Theatre.
Quiana Erb dances on the Harquail Theatre stage as part of the ‘Fiesta’ concert last Sunday. The Cayman National Orchestra, conducted by Musical Director Jonathan Taylor, performed a repertoire spanning Spanish and Latin American music.
Last week’s National Arts and Culture Awards, hosted by the Cayman National Cultural Foundation and held at the Harquail Theatre, recognized those who have attained a level of merit in their artistic discipline, and who have contributed to the arts, culture and heritage of the Cayman Islands.
The team at the Cayman National Cultural Foundation is putting the finishing touches on its latest production, “Moon On A Rainbow Shawl” – an Obie Award-winning play by Trinidadian actor and playwright Errol John.
Kelsie Woodman-Bodden, a 22-year-old accountant, won the Miss World Cayman title at the Harquail Theatre Saturday night.
Miss World Cayman Islands contestants have spent the last several weeks getting ready for this year’s pageant, which will be held Saturday, Sept. 29, at the Harquail Theatre.
Four contestants will compete in the Miss World Cayman pageant later this month, according to organizers.
The magic of dance has been appreciated by audiences for hundreds of years, whether around a fire on the beach, or on the stage in cities like New York, London and Paris.
The 17th Annual Xposition of the Performing Arts, organized by JC Connor of the Cayman Islands Self Help Foundation, was held on June 24 at the Harquail Theatre.
The sketches, paintings and design drawings on display at the Harquail Theatre take Henry Muttoo back to his youth.
The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service celebrated the graduation of its newest recruit class on Thursday. The nine new officers will be moving directly from training to operational duty.
The Tony Awards, held on June 10 at Radio City Music Hall, emphasized the importance of encouraging young talent to express themselves on the stage. Parkland School’s drama teacher Melody Herzfeld was honored at the ceremony, and students from her class performed “Seasons of Love” to a standing ovation from Broadway’s elite.
With just a week to go before the curtain rises for the opening night of “Annie Jr.” at the Harquail Theatre, excitement is building for the young cast from Musicians Ltd School of Music and Performing Arts.
“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.
Cayman architecture and interior design firm OBMI celebrated its 50th anniversary with nearly 100 industry representatives at Hemingways restaurant last week.
Artists, storytellers, singers, musicians, cooks, dancers, astronomers, jewelry makers and young entrepreneurs were among the many talented individuals at the Harquail Theatre grounds Saturday for the annual Red Sky at Night.
Cayman’s arts community is taking the time to recognize some of its most talented artists.
The Last Internationale rocked the Harquail Theatre Saturday night in an effort to raise funds for the Cayman Islands Breast Cancer Foundation.
The Last Internationale’s Delila Paz and Edgey Pires will be playing in Cayman on Feb. 10 at the Harquail Theatre, seeking to help the Breast Cancer Foundation fund its annual $200,000 operating budget.
New York alternative rock outfit The Last Internationale will stage a Feb. 10 benefit concert for Cayman’s Breast Cancer Foundation at the Harquail Theatre, seeking to help the charity fund its annual $200,000 operating budget.
The Cayman carnival spirit took on a New York City flare last weekend for the Swanky International Band Launch.
The Cayman National Choir and Cayman National Orchestra are presenting their Christmas Spectacular at the Harquail Theatre on Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
The Cayman National Choir and Cayman National Orchestra will present a Christmas Spectacular at the Harquail Theatre at 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 10. Tickets are $25 for adults and $10 for children.
Lights, camera, action! Cayman HospiceCare will once again entertain the Cayman community with Voices for Hospices on Oct. 13 and 14 at the Harquail Theatre.
Cayman’s actors, musicians and dancers performed on the Harquail Theatre stage over the weekend for a three-day showcase of the upcoming Caribbean Festival of Arts in Barbados.
The new Self-Help Community Foundation presented its 16th Annual Talent Exposition of the Arts last month at the Harquail Theatre. The event offered an eclectic and impressive mix of rising young gifted performers, making the night a very successful one in the eyes of those who attended.
Eight young filmmakers were chosen as finalists out of 30 contestants who participated in the Young Image Makers competition, presented by the Cayman National Cultural Foundation.
On Saturday evening I had the fortune to attend the "Dream, Sparkle and Shine" performing arts showcase at the Harquail Theatre, laid on by the Spark! School of Music.
It is now time for the curtain to rise on the opening night of “Into the Woods JR.,” presented by the Musicians Ltd School of Music and Performing Arts. With only four performances on the schedule, you should grab your tickets before they sell out.
The High Commissioner of India visited the Cayman Islands last week, where he held meetings with Governor Helen Kilpatrick, Acting Premier Moses Kirkconnell, Financial Services Minister Wayne Panton and other Cabinet members.
For such a small island, Cayman has an action-packed annual community social calendar. This year was a busy one. From fun runs to music events to glitzy galas, there was something for everyone in 2016. Here’s a roundup of some of the year’s notable events.
Two visiting professors will speak on the subjects of gender discrimination and domestic violence next week at the Harquail Theatre. Verene Shepherd and Dalea Bean will be speaking as part of the University of the West Indies Open Campus’s Roaming Professors Series.
The Cayman National Cultural Foundation proudly presents “Collected Stories” – by the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Donald Margulies – about the relationship between a famous writer and her protégé-turned-friend.
The latest volume of the Cayman National Cultural Foundation’s arts and culture publication is being distributed to all Cayman schools. The latest volume of “Foundation, the Arts & Culture Journal of the Cayman Islands,” the fourth to be published, features the Sister Islands, covering the years from early settlement to modern-day.
Music lovers have two chances to see Steve Higgins & Friends perform this weekend. They will be at the Savannah United Church on Saturday for the “Sacred Celebration 2016” and at the Harquail Theatre on Sunday night for “Love in The Summer Time!”
Lines have been memorized, staging has been blocked, lights are in place and the stage is set for the production of “Isabel,” scheduled to run from Aug. 5-7.
For the first time in its history, this year’s annual Talent Xposition of the Arts, being presented on Sunday, will showcase overseas performers and artists alongside a host of local talent.
Lip sync competitions were a big deal a few decades ago, and then they quietened down for a while.
After a lot of nail-biting and creative juices flowing, the big night is finally approaching. The Young Image Makers Red Carpet Premiere will take place...
art autobiography, history tome and political memoir, “A Life That Counts” by first-time author, former Chief Secretary and former Deputy Governor John Lemuel Hurlston will be available from Book Nook and Books & Books from June 10.
The cast and director of Cayman’s comedy revue ‘Rundown’ surprise lunchtime shoppers at Foster’s at the Strand on Tuesday.
The Sunrise Adult Training Centre’s spring concert, “Mummeh Mia!: The Barcadere Beckons” will be taking place at the Harquail Theatre on May 18.
Cayman audiences can expect another hilarious serving of “Rundown” beginning May 12 at the Harquail Theatre.
Budding young artists from both government and private schools were asked to call on their creative muse and submit up to two of their best visual arts pieces for selection in a recent nationwide competition for 6 to 18 year-olds.
Hundreds turned out for the Red Sky at Night arts and music festival at the Harquail Theatre on Saturday night.
Two decades since the beginning of Cayfest, the National Festival of the Arts promises to highlight everything the public loves about the local arts scene. Evolved from a lineup of past events like Chalk Fest, Music Unplugged, Dance Vibes and Café Cayman, an integrative festival over the course of three days has emerged, and for the first time features local and international Grammy award-winning talent.