The Little Carib Theatre was established in 1948 by the late dance legend, Beryl “La Belle Rosette” McBurnie as a folk dance theatre to showcase the vibrant and rich culture of the Trinbagonian people.
She opened the doors to the theatre with her first show, Bele and from then to now, many productions have been staged and taken residency at this Woodbrook institution.
The theatre has since been renovated with works still to be completed, and the spectrum of events we host today has significantly broadened to include local and foreign music, spoken word and comedy acts, workshops, film nights, school Christmas productions, Best Village performances, even artisan craft markets and community yoga classes.
Many can say that this structure is one filled with history and unforgettable memories.
Fully Air-Conditioned Auditorium with a 250 seating capacity
Top of the line sound equipment
Basic and Advance lighting
Parking (incl. an additional 30 spots available from nearby lot)
Ramp for the differently-abled
Backstage Shower, Bathroom & Kitchen Facilities
and more… call 622-4644 for more info.
BOARD & MANAGEMENT
CHAIRMAN – Michael D Germain
VICE-CHAIRMAN – Ronald Julien
DIRECTORS – Christine Poon-King, Ruth Telfer, Shida Bolai, Charlene Gaspard Johnson
OPERATIONS MANAGER – Trevor Jadunath (622 4644/ 463 5059)
PRESS & ADMIN ASSISTANT – Kara Martin (622 4644/ 463 5059)