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Faculty of Culture, Creative and Performing Arts



The Errol Barrow Cenre for Creative Imagination (EBCCI) is primarily a teaching unit of The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, which provides practical and theoretical education to artists and cultural workers and delivers arts and cultural programming to the University and the wider community.  The EBCCI is also available for rental and accommodates events such as theatrical productions, film screenings, dance performances, meetings, workshops, seminars, lectures, cocktail receptions, awards ceremonies and dinners, as well as spaces for exhibitions, readings and rehearsals.  

The following facilities are available for rent:

Walcott Warner Theatre (WWT)

The Walcott Warner Theatre 
Named after two very prominent persons in the performing arts in the Caribbean, the late Honorable Derek Walcott, poet and playwright of St. Lucia, and celebrated director, the late Earl Warner of Barbados, the WWT can seat 252 persons, but may be modified based on the configuration of the stage and seating arrangements to seat up to 360 patrons.
The Walcott Warner Theatre Foyer, Terrace and Bar ONLY
The Foyer, Terrace and Bar can be used for cocktail receptions and small gatherings. It comes equipped with ambient lighting in a variety of colour schemes to set the ambiance for late evening/night events.
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The Cinematheque
Located in the Walcott Warner Theatre Building is a small cinema space which can seat 55 patrons and is fully equipped with a projector and screen.  The use of the small Foyer immediately in front of the Cinematheque for the purpose of Registration, or the outer Terrace and Bar for serving refreshments is included. 
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George Lamming Pedagogical Centre (GLPC)

George Lamming Pedagogical Centre
Named after well-known Barbadian author and poet Professor George Lamming, this Conference/Meeting Room comes fully equipped for projections, presentations, and screenings, with sound reinforcement.

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Rex Nettleford Performance Complex (RNPC)

Rex Nettleford Performance Complex
Named in honour of the late Jamaican scholar, social critic, choreographer, and Vice-Chancellor Emeritus of the University of the West Indies, Professor the Honorable Ralston Milton Nettleford, the RNPC includes:
The Art Gallery
This space can be used as a Gallery for Exhibitions or as a Conference/Meeting Room.
The Dance Studio
The Studio features a Harlequin Floor, wall-to-wall mirrors and dance bars, and a built-in sound system. 
The Performance Studio   
The Performance Studio has a wooden floor for dance, workshops or as a small performance space. 
The Music Rehearsal Room
Fully equipped for informal meetings and rehearsals and carries a flat-screen TV and a Kawai KX10 Upright Piano.
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For Booking Queries

Complete the Online Request Form below or download and return the PDFs below or Email: or Telephone: (246) 417-4797/ (246) 417-4782.

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Initial Enquiry Forms [PDFS]