Wednesday, December 01, 2010

Spoilt Rotten ‘Nomads’ for Kiddies C2K11


Taureg “Blue Men of Africa.


Spoilt Rotten Kids (Terry Ann Roach–designer, Christine Nunes–bandleader, and Liz Inniss) recently launched their 2011 junior Carnival production Nomads at then Morne Coco Road mas camp. Parents and children excitedly chose costumes from the five displayed sections: Bush Babies (boys/girls 2-3); Aborigines “Walkabout” (boys/girls 4-6), Vagabonds of Rajasthan (boys/girls 7-9), Roma Gypsy Fortune Teller (girls 10 plus) and Taureg Blue Men of Africa(boys 10 plus).

In 2010, the Kids celebrated their 10th anniversary of competing in either the small or medium category, portraying Colours of the Wind. Other outstanding past presentations were The Forbidden City in 2009; The Casbah 2008, and Viva Las Vegas 2007 for which designer Roach won the Mini Band Designer of the Year Trophy. In one of the best productions, Mardi Gras in 2004. the young masqueraders distributed colourful beads and coins along the route to spectators.

Roma “Gypsy Fortune Teller.



The band’s kings and queens have also reached the junior king and queen final nights on many occasions, and appeared on the savannah stage with the NCC Kings and Queens semi-finalists. The band’s individuals have also done very well annually, in all competitions.

A reasonable band fee includes tee shirts for the masqueraders, refreshments at all competitions, with a special treat on Red Cross competition day and personal attention to every little detail by the organisers.

Registration is ongoing through calling Christine at 221-5735 and/or Liz at 622-5189 or 741-1769.

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