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There is no question that performers and entertainers have been hard hit by the pandemic. Stage productions, concerts and other shows were postponed or cancelled...
Visitors and residents got a taste of local culture Saturday night at the annual Red Sky at Night event at the F.J. Harquail Cultural Centre.
Creative excellence from Cayman’s arts and culture community will be on display at Red Sky at Night, being held on the grounds of the...
Risk Assessment’ – a thought-provoking play written for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019 and performed by Cayman-based theatre group Thespian & Proud – will...
Organisers are inviting people to wear red to the ‘Light the sky red’ event on Sunday, 29 Sept., from 6pm to 9pm.
Red Sky at Night returned to the F.J. Harquail Cultural Centre Saturday for an evening of arts, culture and celebration of Cayman’s creative community.
The Cayman National Cultural Foundation has rescheduled Saturday’s Red Sky at Night due to inclement weather. The event will now be held on Saturday, March 23.
Cayman will celebrate all things arts and culture at the seventh annual Red Sky At Night multi-cultural arts fair, presented by the Cayman National Cultural Foundation.
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.
Weekender Editor Vicki Wheaton shares the weekend's top events, including the return of the Botanic Park's Orchid Show and Off the Beaten Track at Tiki Beach. Looking for something different? Stay tuned to hear about touring Cayman's magical mangroves.
It’s that time of year again when Cayman celebrates all things arts and culture at the sixth annual Red Sky At Night fair, presented by the Cayman National Cultural Foundation as part of Cayfest, the country’s National Festival of the Arts.
A fusion of Caymanian tastes, sights and sounds came together Saturday evening during Red Sky at Night, part of the fifth annual festival of the Cayman National Culture Foundation.
The F.J. Harquail Cultural Centre, tucked in the midst of color-saturated trees and shining lakes, will be transformed on Feb. 25 from 4 p.m.-midnight for the fifth annual Red Sky at Night, a multidisciplinary, multicultural art fair.
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.
Hundreds turned out for the Red Sky at Night arts and music festival at the Harquail Theatre on Saturday night.