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Friday, 24 November 2017 17:27

Naparima Boys To Represent TT At Annual Caribbean Drama Festival

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This Saturday, a group of students of Naparima College will leave for Antigua to take part in the Annual Caribbean Drama Festival.

The students won the Secondary Schools Drama Festival with their delivery of the Sean Moodoo's play "Inspector" which qualified them to move on to represent Trinidad and Tobago at the regional competition.

C News reporter Janine Browne sat with two of the main cast members ahead of the big day.

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