BERMUDA FESTIVAL REVIEW / AMERICAN ENGLISH
American English lived up to their name as 'The Beatles incarnate' on Friday night - so nicknamed by the Fab Four's original promoter, Sam Leach.
Described as 'The Beatles incarnate', American English will perform songs from The Beatles' catalogue from the early Ed Sullivan days right up to their final years together.
BERMUDA FESTIVAL REVIEW / BERMUDA JAZZ, EARL CAMERON THEATRE, CITY HALL
Patrons of the sold-out Bermuda Jazz concert at the Earl Cameron Theatre certainly got their money's worth.
BERMUDA FESTIVAL PREVIEW / A TRIBUTE TO LOUISE JACKSON OBE
The prestigious Philadephia Dance Company (Philadanco) along with local dance companies will be performing at a tributary concert for the late Louise Jackson, OBE, next Wednesday.
BERMUDA FESTIVAL REVIEW / A CELEBRATION OF HAROLD PINTER
Julian Sands delivered A Celebration of Harold Pinter with a vigour close to that of the legendary playwright/poet himself on Tuesday evening.
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BERMUDA FESTIVAL PREVIEW / ONYX BRASS
Quintet Onyx Brass will be performing a programme of challenging chamber music inspired by the early years of the Philip Jones Brass Ensemble on Tuesday.
Some of Bermuda's top musicians are to unite for a vibrant evening of jazz as part of the Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts on Saturday night.
BERMUDA FESTIVAL REVIEW / NOCHE FLAMENCA
The men ruled the roost at Friday night's Noche Flamenca - which opened on Valentine's night to a full audience at City Hall.
Organ duet Four Hands Four Feet have given recitals all over the world and now they are bringing their talents to Bermuda.
Internationally recognized organist John Scott gave an inspiring performance at St John's Church on Friday night - his love and passion for the organ were evident.
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Close your eyes and listen closely and you will feel as if you are in the midst of a Warner Brothers action-packed feature thanks to the Borromeo String Quartet which performed at the Earl Cameron Theatre.
Renowned playwright, poet and screenwriter Harold Pinter trusted no one to perform his most intimate and personally revealing works of poetry more than his friend Julian Sands.
BERMUDA FESTIVAL PREVIEW / INVERSION, WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH, HAMILTON
Inversion presents a programme of music that demonstrates the versatility of the organ with flute.
BERMUDA FESTIVAL REVIEW / THE SNAIL AND THE WHALE, CITY HALL
The Snail and the Whale stage show was a delightful way to spend a Sunday afternoon with a five-year-old.
BERMUDA FESTIVAL PREVIEW / NOCHE FLAMENCA, EARL CAMERON THEATRE, CITY HALL
The award-winning Noche Flamenca will be quite a passionate Valentine's date for those who were lucky enough to book tickets for Friday night.
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The Bermuda Sun bids farewell...
JUL 30, 2014: It marked the end of an era as our printers and collators produced the very last edition of the Bermuda Sun.
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