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Talent to declare


KIMBERLEY CUMMINS

Talent to declare

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THE IMMENSE TALENT that is found across Barbados cannot be questioned.

If it was, after Saturday night’s National Independence Festival of Creative Arts (NIFCA) Performing Arts Semi-final, those doubts were torn asunder.

The penultimate of the six-part series saw highs in theatre, dance and music, which made for a fun-filled evening of diverse and exciting expressions of Barbadian culture before a sold-out audience at Combermere School.

One of the more memorable pieces came from veteran theatre practitioner Yolanda Holder, whose riveting A Voice For The Cry Of The Abused Child is deserving of a finals spot.

Hers drew the most deafening silence in the Major Noott Hall.

Please read the full story in today’s Daily Nation, or in the eNATION edition.

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