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National Dance Theatre of Bermuda

National Dance Theatre of Bermuda (Bermuda College West Hall, Room 323, 11 College Rise, Paget Parish) — The National Dance Theatre of Bermuda (NDTB) offers development and performance opportunities for our dance community. The Theatre provides access to training opportunities with world-class teachers, performers and choreographers, and offers the opportunity to earn international scholarships

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Petite Côte

Petite Côte – (south of Dakar): this is a 100-mile stretch of sandy beach, which has both swimming areas, lagoons, as well as fishing villages.

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Sport fishing in Bermuda

Fishing – for those interested in sports fishing, there are various private charter outfits that will take visiting fishermen to the high seas outside of Bermuda, where (depending on the season), various types of fish can be caught – from Amberjack to Barracuda, Yellowfish Tuna, Blue Marlin, White Marlin, and Rainbow Runner. Such firms include […]

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Elbow Beach Tennis Facility

Elbow Beach Tennis Facility (60 S. Shore Rd., Paget Parish) — there are five Plexipave courts on hand, three with lights, and hours of play are 8 am to 7 pm daily. Courts cost $10 per hour for guests of Elbow Beach Resort or $12 per hour for members of the public. Lessons and match […]

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Hasty Pudding Theatricals

Hasty Pudding Theatricals (17 Church Street, Hamilton) — Bermuda is the only place outside of Cambridge where this Harvard University comedy troupe performs during College Weeks, also known as Spring Break. Performances are staged at the City Hall Theatre on Church Street in the City of Hamilton. To find out about future performances, visit www.hastypudding.org

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Jobson’s Cove

Jobson’s Cove (Off South Road, Warwich Parish) — Jobson’s Cove may be tiny. But this sheltered cove, surrounded by steep, jagged rocks, is arguably one of the most visually stunning beaches in Bermuda.