Category: Arts & Culture | Tobago

Winston Duke. Courtesy Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

Meet Tobago’s Winston Duke, who stars as M’Baku in “Black Panther”

Tobago-born actor Winston Duke, appearing in Marvel’s eagerly anticipated Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War movies, on his love of stories and magical realism, how his village childhood shaped his ethos, and his love of soca music

Your Tobago liming, partying & entertainment guide 2018

If you’re in the mood to enjoy the nightlife, there are more than enough bars, restaurants, clubs, casinos and open-air party venues to keep you happy — especially on the western side of the island! There’s loads of live entertainment too

Courtesy Tobago Estate Chocolate.

The Tobago shopper’s companion

Shopping for essentials? Gourmet goods? Distinctly local souvenirs? Whatever you’re looking for, we’ll point you toward what to get, and where to get it

Winston Duke in Person of Interest

Nine Hollywood actors of Trinidad & Tobago heritage

There are several actors working in Hollywood with roots in Trinidad and Tobago. Some were born here and migrated as children or young adults. Some are children of Trinbagonian parents. Here are just a few that you may recognise (listed in alphabetical order)

Charlotteville Harvest Festival. Photo courtesy the THA

Tobago’s arts & culture: an overview

A cultural scene ranging from traditions rooted in Tobago’s communities, to international events with headliners and visitors from around the globe

Moriah Old Time Wedding, Tobago. Photo by Chris Anderson

Things to know and learn about in Tobago

In Tobago, sometimes there’s a lot more story; sometimes it’s just utterly unexpected

Trinidad Carnival Couture. Photo: Gary Jordan Photography courtesy K2K Carnival

Spotlight on Trinidad & Tobago fashion

A look at Trinidad & Tobago Fashion Week; Tobago Fashion Weekend; the relationship between fashion and Carnival; and the islands’ emerging fashion industry as a whole

The Speechettes of Scarborough RC school in a traditional speech band performance, where costumed characters speechify in rhyme. It is popular at Carnival and during Heritage Festival. Photo courtesy the THA

The roots of Tobagonian culture

Traditionally, Tobagonians have never separated arts and entertainment from education. Families, friends and neighbours would gather outdoors around a fire, roasting nuts and corn while telling stories and sharing superstitions. This was how Tobagonians passed on proverbs and the wisdom of the elders; it was how they relaxed after hard work on the estates or

Tobago Heritage Festival. Courtesy The Division of Tourism and Transportation

John Arnold on Tobago’s arts, culture & festivals

John Arnold of the THA’s Department of Tourism spoke to Discover Trinidad & Tobago, and invites visitors to discover the cultural diversity of Tobago