On October 20, 1990, the Naparima Bowl officially reopened (it had been destroyed by fire in 1977) and the artistic world ... More
Naparima Bowl (The)
On October 20, 1990, the Naparima Bowl officially reopened (it had been destroyed by fire in 1977) and the artistic world breathed a sigh of relief. The "Bowl" consists of a 500-seat spacious, very well lit and air-conditioned auditorium, and a 40-foot wide stage, along with rehearsal and dressing rooms. An interesting feature of the "Bowl" is the open-air amphitheater that has not been used since its stage was destroyed in the fire. Today, the Naparima Bowl is used for cultural shows, concerts, queen shows, conferences, dance, music and art festivals.
It is too cramped for a worthwhile show, and the facilities - while clean - are worn.
In the 1970s and 1980s, this place was great. Sadly, it has not kept pace with the times. Would that it did, it would be a real boon for San Fernando.
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