Season’s greetings, and Christmas Peace on TV & Online!

It feels like just the other day we were premiering our sold-out performances of Christmas Peace at Queen’s Hall! All proceeds go to the Marionettes Property Fund. For those who missed it or would like to enjoy the concert all over again, we’re pleased to announce that it will be on television (and online via livestream) Christmas week!

Christmas Peace On TV & Online


We’ve got confirmation that the show will be aired on Wednesday 24th December (Christmas Eve) @ 8:00pm (GMT-4) and Friday 26th December (Boxing Day) @ 10:00am on C-TV and online via their free livestream.

Details about any additional broadcasts (one is expected on Trinity TV, including their free livestream) will be announced here and on our Facebook page as we have them.

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This 4-7 December, celebrate Christmas Peace with the Marionettes

The curtain call at the Marionettes' "A Christmas Jubilee" in December, 2013. Photo: Butch & Allan Limchoy

Where on earth has the time gone? Wasn’t it just the beginning of 2014? Now not only is 2015 ’round the corner…but it’s time for Christmas with the Marionettes 2014: Christmas Peace! Tickets Early ticket bookings for this anticipated concert event have already started coming in, and there are special early bird discounts** on tickets [...]

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Review: Do you hear the people sing? By Eden Shand

Marionettes Les Miserables One Day More

The Marionettes Chorale production of Les Miserables ended its run at Queen’s Hall last Sunday night to a deservedly standing ovation, in recognition of the superb handling of an outstanding theatrical property. It is outstanding, not so much because of the storyline of Victor Hugo’s novel about the struggle of the French post-revolutionary rebellious youth [...]

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Review: “Les Misérables” makes its debut at Queen’s Hall (Trinidad Express)

Enjolras at the Barricades in the Marionettes Chorale's production of "Les Misérables" at Queen's Hall. Photo courtesy Maria Nunes.

Les Miserables is undisputedly one of the greatest novels of all times and its author Victor Hugo had said of it, “I don’t know whether it will be read by everyone, but it is meant for everyone. Social problems go beyond frontiers. Humankind’s wounds, those huge sores that litter the world, do not stop at [...]

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Q&A with the director and some of the Les Mis team

Caroline and Gretta Taylor share exchange commentary during a "Les Misérables" rehearsal, while Joanne Mendes consults with the orchestra in the foreground.

Janine Charles-Farray of the Sunday Arts section of the Trinidad Guardian did a Q&A with director Caroline Taylor, musical director Gretta Taylor, and some members of the cast. A link to the final article is below.   Janine Charles-Farray: What was your first reaction when the decision was made to do Les Mis next? Caroline [...]

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Les Misérables is almost here!

Marionettes Les Miserables Flyer

We’ve created a special section of our website for our July 13–20 run of Les Misérables at Queen’s Hall! Click here to explore! It’s been a hectic few months as we get ready to stage the Caribbean premiere of Les Misérables. Presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI), the production features a lead [...]

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The BP Marionettes Youth Chorale & Children’s Choir present SHOWTIME II!

Marionettes Youth Chorale and Children's Choir Showtime 2

The stage is set to come alive as the BP Marionettes Youth Chorale and Children’s Choir present SHOWTIME II, carded for Friday May 23 at the Auditorium, St. Dominic’s Pastoral Centre, St. Finbar’s Church, Diego Martin, starting at 7.30pm. A sequel to the first SHOWTIME — which featured a three-year-old Youth Chorale in 1998 — [...]

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