Itsy Bitsy (cultural Show and Dinner)
Duration: Half Day
Just like many other Caribbean islands, Tobago offers a relaxed pace of life and a colourful, vibrant culture. Here, you can step away from life’s worries and just relax and enjoy yourself. After a day sunbathing on white-sand beaches and swimming in crystal clear waters, you will undoubtedly be looking for some fun and exciting island nightlife as the sun goes down. You may not find the all-night dance clubs that other Caribbean islands offer, but Tobago offers plenty of exciting, diverse and cultural entertainment all of its own.
The friendly Tobagonians will ensure that you have a fantastic and memorable time during your holiday on their island. This entertaining cultural show and dinner in the Itsy Bitsy Playhouse and Folk Theatre in Bethany will give you a taste of Tobago’s fascinating history and rich culture, which the Tobagonians are extremely proud of. Enjoy a traditional Tobagoan meal to the sounds of calypso and Tambrin music, as well as the famous Caribbean steel pan drums.
Tobagoan food is a unique blend of African, European, Indian, Chinese and Latin American influences. Indulge in local specialities which include crab and dumpling, curry, roti and fresh seafood, washed down with rum punches or local Trinidad-brewed beers. Watch traditional folk dancing and listen to the folk singers and the old time story telling, plus much more. This show is a great way to learn about the locals and join in the fun.
You will also be able to visit the small Heritage Museum at the back of the theatre, which displays old and well-maintained Tobagoan artifacts such as an iron kettle, gas pump stove, sewing machine, oil and gas lamps, cocoa tray shovel, coal pot heater and many more interesting items from the past.
A special guest artist will perform on stage before bringing the show to an end. This type of evening is the perfect way to delve into Tobago’s rich culture and enjoy being entertained by its welcoming people. A holiday on the island wouldn’t be complete without it.
Return transfers are included.
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