Speak the Speech 2 Returns
On Thursday, February 27, 2014, our walk through modern Bahamian history, Speak the Speech 2: Speeches and Correspondence 1973-2002 will return for one night only at the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas.
Shakespeare in Paradise has teamed up with the National Art Gallery to offer our survey of Bahamian history since Independence as part of the ongoing programming for Kishan Munroe’s “Swan Song of the Flamingo”, an exhibition examining the sinking of the HMBS Flamingo in 1980 by Cuban fighter planes.
The gallery will open at 6 PM so that people can view the exhibition. The performance of Speak the Speech 2 will take place at 7 PM in the ballroom (Gallery One).
The evening is free of charge, but donations to help offset costs of this year’s Shakespeare in Paradise festival, planned for October 3-11 2014, will be gladly accepted.
See you there!