Celebrations of Rhythm

Celebrations of Rhythm Celebrations of Rhythm
Ole Time Bajan Lime, Show & Street Party. An explosion of Bajan Colour and Culture Celebrations of Rhythm
Ole Time Bajan Lime, Show & Street Party

A night featuring the best of all things Bajan.

We begin with THE BAJAN VILLAGE:
Opening the evening at 7:00pm our Bajan Village styled in the manner of Oistins and Baxters road. We treat guests to an old fashioned Bajan Lime complete with traditional food stations, a bajan rum shop, traditional folk characters in costume and local craft persons selling their wares. Next up CELEBRATIONS OF RHYTHM the show:
Starting at 8:00pm Celebrations of Rhy

We begin with THE BAJAN VILLAGE:
Opening the evening at 7:00pm our Bajan Village styled in the manner of Oistins and Baxters road. We treat guests to an old fashioned Bajan Lime complete with traditional food stations, a bajan rum shop, traditional folk characters in costume and local craft persons selling their wares. Next up CELEBRATIONS OF RHYTHM the show:
Starting at 8:00pm Celebrations of Rhy

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The Characters of Town - Historic Walking Tours
02/07/2020

The Characters of Town - Historic Walking Tours

Summer Tours in July!! Come Join us and learn about Bridgetown.

Celebrations of Rhythm
08/09/2017

Celebrations of Rhythm

08/09/2017

We are now officially on Holiday!! See you next season!!

08/09/2017

We are now officially on Holiday!! See you next season!!

08/09/2017

We are now officially on Holiday!! See you next season!!

22/08/2017

HEY NO SHOW TONIGHT!!!

22/08/2017

HEY NO SHOW TONIGHT!!!

Great Specials for locals and children!!
11/07/2017

Great Specials for locals and children!!

DL SMITH PRODUCTIONS - CELEBRATIONS OF RHYTHM

Pre Show Fun!
24/06/2017

Pre Show Fun!

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29/05/2017

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18/05/2017

HOLIDAY IS OVER!!! WE ARE BACK!!
SEE YOU TONIGHT!!

Celebrations of Rhythm
15/04/2017

Celebrations of Rhythm

Great pic and kind words. Thanks for coming guys! @Regrann from @blissylife -  What an intensely high-energy experience!...
14/04/2017

Great pic and kind words. Thanks for coming guys! @Regrann from @blissylife - What an intensely high-energy experience! This beautiful #birthdaybash experience was not just an amazing show — it was an audience-wide dance party! #Regrann

The party was in full swing last night! Our last show before our three week Holiday was full hype! See the rhythm.... Fe...
14/04/2017

The party was in full swing last night! Our last show before our three week Holiday was full hype!

See the rhythm.... Feel the rhythm. COME CELEBRATE WITH CELEBRATIONS! We'll be back May 11th!
#celebrationsofrhythm #heritage #Barbados #shows #musical

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03/04/2017

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03/04/2017

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03/04/2017

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Celebrations of Rhythm
11/03/2017

Celebrations of Rhythm

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11/03/2017

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Missing People - Why there are no Amerindians in our story.On occasion we have patrons who question the exemption of the...
09/03/2017

Missing People - Why there are no Amerindians in our story.

On occasion we have patrons who question the exemption of the Arawaks from our production. They were indeed a people on this island, but their culture had no real impact on what we became as a people because at the time of European settlement, Barbados was uninhabited.

The Taino/Barrancoid/Arawak people were the first tribe to arrive on the shores of Barbados. They lived on the island between the start of the Christian era and ended sometime in 600AD.

This group of people commonly referred to as Arawaks and more recently as Taino, were considered to be great navigators and it is no surprise that they were able to make full usage of their long, narrow flat bottomed canoes to make their way to Barbados. The island became an attraction for them as they found it had beautiful beaches and arable lands. They named this land Ichirouganaim; ‘red land with white teeth’. In reference to the red clay soil of the Barbadian Scotland District and the many coral reefs along the coast.

A peaceful and skilled people, they farmed the land using a method now known as slash and burn, and grew crops mainly of corn, cassava and tabacco. They were also very skilled in the making of clay bowls and pots. With these items and their produce, they were able to trade with neighbouring islands.

Enter the Caribs, known also as the Kalinago.

Caribs weren't as peaceful as the Arawaks and it reflected in their very lifestyles. Unlike the Arawaks, who farmed a lot and even entertained themselves with games, the Caribs were not much into agriculture nor games but more focused on a protein rich diet that included sea food and the Arawaks. This practice is deemed to be a major reason for the lack of Taino settlements on Barbados at the arrival of the British. Despite the harsh and cannibalistic attitudes of the Caribs, it is said that the Spaniards were somehow able to annihilate every last Arawak on the island.

Many sites have been found of the remains of Arawak villages, scholars have come from far and wide to study the remains of a culture that had virtually vanished before our English colonisers arrived.

So come away with us, back in time then into the present. Take a journey with us through the sounds of our culture as we celebrate our rhythms!

Stick fighting is a Barbadian Martial Art! Yes Martial Art, in fact the art of the Stick Fight much like many of our inh...
07/03/2017

Stick fighting is a Barbadian Martial Art! Yes Martial Art, in fact the art of the Stick Fight much like many of our inherited traditions came over with the slaves. A man's ability to wield a stick gave him prominence in daily village life.
Celebrations of Rhythms celebrates these traditions - it is the story of who we are and where we came from in Dance and Song!
For visitors to our island, it is a glimpse into our world, for locals it is a CELEBRATION!!!!
Come see us every Thursday on the Historic Carlisle Bay!

Celebrations of Rhythm
27/02/2017

Celebrations of Rhythm

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27/02/2017

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Celebrations of Rhythm
21/02/2017

Celebrations of Rhythm

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21/02/2017

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Celebrations of Rhythm, a show for locals and tourists alike! We have worked tirelessly to create a theatrical productio...
20/02/2017

Celebrations of Rhythm, a show for locals and tourists alike!

We have worked tirelessly to create a theatrical production which pays homage to our unique heritage; a fusion of African and English cultures blended together live on stage.

Experience our culture's birth and celebrate our present day through with your eyes and ears. We are more than a show, we're our history and culture live on stage. We bring to you the pride of Barbados every THURSDAY NIGHT 7:00 PM @ Pirates Cove, Baystreet.

Also, Don't miss your LAST CHANCE to get our VALENTINE SPECIAL for the month of FEBRUARY. Couples @ $210

Come stop by!
10/02/2017

Come stop by!

Oh what fun!
10/02/2017

Oh what fun!

Celebrations of Rhythm
07/02/2017

Celebrations of Rhythm

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07/02/2017

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What are you up to this Thursday night? Join us to celebrate the Rhythms of Barbados food, drinks and a fantastic cast o...
07/02/2017

What are you up to this Thursday night? Join us to celebrate the Rhythms of Barbados food, drinks and a fantastic cast of characters.

Join us this and every thursday for the #1 Authentic heritage Show in Barbados.

Don't forget to ask us about our Valentines special for Locals
****** 2 for $210******

Share the Love!! Valentines Special for February!!
07/02/2017

Share the Love!! Valentines Special for February!!

Come join us!!
26/01/2017

Come join us!!

You dont have your booking in as yet for tonight??? What are you waiting for? We are ready to see you tonight at Pirates Cove!

We have great rates for locals! Call now for more information or to book at 426-9190 or 826-4001.

We spot Celebrations of Rhythm in the lineup! What's On In Barbados knows all the happenings in #Barbados from week to w...
26/01/2017

We spot Celebrations of Rhythm in the lineup! What's On In Barbados knows all the happenings in #Barbados from week to week.

You can definitely check out their page for information on our show.

We can also be found on:
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/celebrationsofrhythm/
Twitter: @CRhythmBarbados
and TripAdvisor

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Pirates Cove
Bridgetown
BB11121

Opening Hours

19:00 - 22:00

Telephone

1 (246) 826-4001

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