—Published on 29th July, 2018.
With a music truck at the head, then vibrant revellers (some of whom in prettymas elements), then a shuttle, and an ambulance at the caravan’s tail, the parade cannot help but take on a feeling of a being miniature TT Carnival band. Many varied races, ages, sexes, genders, and sexual-orientations dance and sing together as triumphant Caribbean music plays and the parade slowly winds around Nelson Mandela, turning onto Tragarete Road. Read More »
—Published on 16th December, 2016.
Woodbrook in twilight. Read More »
—Published on 20th February, 2015.
Not just the muddy mischief of J’ouvert, or the colourful euphoria of ‘pretty-mas’. Not just the music of all types; rapso, live steelpan, tassa, tamboo bamboo, kaiso, calypso and soca. Not just the bodies everywhere. Not just the food, treats and alcohol on every available bit of street. Not just the people of all walks, […] Read More »