Inspired by the lavish Las Vegas nightclub experience, Atlantis has opened the $11 million nightspot – CRUSH, designed for teens and tweens.
The Bahamas: Entertainment
The Valley Boys, under the theme Majestic Africa, took first place in Division A at the New Year’s Junkanoo Parade
The Shell Saxons Superstars finished first overall in the Boxing Day Junkanoo Parade, also winning Best Music, Best Costume, and Best Choreograph Dancers.
The Little Pink Party, hosted by Bodine, features a six-hour trip into everything fabulously fashionable this holiday season while championing the cause of Breast Cancer Awareness with part proceeds in aid of The Cancer Society of The Bahamas.
One of The Bahamas’ premier theatre groups, Track Road Theatre (TRT) announces that the final installment of their most recent theatrical production, Light, will be shown at 8:00pm on December 10th, 11th and 12th 2010 at The Hub.
The Praise Gathering is coming to Grand Bahama – along with Choir Director Acneal Williams, the former director of the Interdenominational Mass Choir (IMC) – who is making a directorial comeback.
Ethiopa’s “Atletu” and the Israeli-U.S. documentary film, “Budrus” won the top narrative and documentary prizes at the Bahamas International Film Festival.
A book and a movie about the life of Colton Harris-Moore will be produced and could lead to a career on the talk-show circuit for this intriguing young man.
The recent Bahamas National Trust “Christmas Jollification” saw “Probably the biggest crowd ever”, according to Public Relations executive Keith Parker, who has covered “Jollification” since it’s inception.