It will not be for children –– adults only –– when the Errol Barrow Centre For Creative Imagination hosts Twilight –– Behind The Curtains, a creative arts production facilitated by the Master’s in creative arts candidates at the UWI, Cave Hill Campus.
The show at the EBCCI will be held on Sunday, April 5, featuring the likes of Adrian Green, Adrian Richards, the EBCCI’s pop band and dance ensembles, Boscoe Holder and Kraig Yearwood, among others.
The show which starts at 5 p.m. is said to be open to only 18 and over audiences; so leave the children at home.
Additionally, the EBCCI will be featuring Greetings From Jamaica –– Jamaica For Sale, a 92-minute film that takes a look at the environmental, economic and social impacts of tourism in that country.
The special screening, tomorrow, March 27, will include a discussion with film-maker Dr Esther Figueroa and UNDP programme manager for the environment, energy and climate change John Wilson. That free screening starts at 7:30 p.m.