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Dance the night away with “Sole to Sole”

For Release Upon Receipt - March 25, 2014

St. Augustine


ST. AUGUSTINE, Trinidad and Tobago – Come out for a night of dance as the Dance Unit at the Department of Creative and Festival Arts (DCFA), The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, hosts its annual production, “Sole to Sole”.

This unique production will feature performances by students of the DCFA Dance Certificate and the BA in Dance; the Festival Dance Ensemble, and the Metamorphosis Dance Company, as well as participants of the Secondary Schools Dance Festival.

Sole to Sole is now eight years old, and this year will prove to be as exciting as the previous years, as all of the choreographers are thrilled to have their works showcased with an eclectic blend of music. Audiences can look forward to a dynamic and riveting evening as they will be entertained by dance presentations that incorporate folk, modern, jazz and hip hop styles.

Show times are Saturday April 26, at 8pm, and Sunday April 27, at 6 pm, at the Little Carib Theatre, Woodbrook, Port-of-Spain. 

Adult admission is $100 and $50 for students. Schools groups of twenty (20) or more will enjoy a 50% discount. Tickets are available at the DCFA, Agostini Street, St. Augustine and at the Little Carib Theatre box office.

For further information, please contact the DCFA at 663-2222 (direct line) or 662-2002 ext. 82510/83792, or email


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