• FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE on Stage at Chewstick Hub
    LOCAL COMEDY. Friday, February 12 & 26 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. THE BIG CHILL Friday, February 19 7pm till 9pm At Chewstick’s new location 81 Front Street, Hamilton. Admission is free and open to everyone.

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  • Bermuda Anthology of Speculative Fiction
    The Department of Community and Cultural Affairs invites submissions for the Bermuda Anthology of Speculative Fiction. Have you written a ghost story, a tall tale, a story with a hint of magic, or maybe a glimpse of possible futures? We are seeking...

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  • Historical Heartbeats. Lecture Series, February 2016
    FILM NIGHT: Freedom Quest: Blacks in Bermuda 1616-1834 ON Thursday, 11 February at 6 p.m. AND 8 p.m. at the World Heritage Centre Theatre, St. George’s MODERATOR: Craig Simmons

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  • Gombey Festival 2015
    Come celebrate a true Bermudian cultural experience! ACTIVITIES FOR THE EVENING INCLUDE: Live performances from various Gombey Troupes.

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  • Uncover the Arts 2015 - 2016
    Bermuda Rendezvous" Programme) consists of a variety of programmes which are designed to offer Bermuda’s winter visitors a choice of activities.

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  • Give the Gift of Culture
    Download the full gift guide

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  • Commemorative Book now online!
    This special commemorative publication - produced both as a hard and soft back book - is a high quality memento that marks Bermuda’s 400th Anniversary. Now available to view online!

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  • Behind The Mask
    NOW AVAILABLE! This feature length film captures and documents the ongoing history of the Bermuda Gombeys, one of Bermuda’s oldest Folklife traditions.

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