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PETER RAY BLOOD
Without any sponsorship or corporate
funding, Cindy Ann Boisson successfully
staged one of the better stage productions
I have witnessed for this year. Going by
the stage name Cin Cin, the Paramin-born,
Tamarac, Florida resident staged Mauvais
Langue, a stand up comedy show at the
Little Carib Theatre on Sunday, with a
sold out audience in attendance.
The actual show scheduled to begin at 6
pm, patrons were treated to reception at
4.30 pm in the foyer of the theatre with a
performance by Tobago pannist Keishorn
Julian, a UWI music student. Complimen-
tary hors de hourves and drinks were also
With patrons seated inside the thea-
tre, the audience was also entertained by
Avion Crooks doing a ten-minute mono-
logue, setting the mood for what was the
come as the main course on this comedic
Show host Wayne “Doppy” Dopson in-
troduced the first act, Errol Fabien, cel-
ebrating his 30th year of being drug free
and currently starring at Central Bank at
The Baggasse Company’s Calypso Girls.
Fabien was at his funniest best as he re-
lated the Best Village trials and tribula-
tions of the Mapapire Trace performing
company. The audience, mixed by age,
gender and ethnicity, lapped it all up with
Cin Cin’s special guest, US comedienne
Gina D, followed Fabien and was also a
barrel of fun as her monologue included
humorous items on a gamut of situations
her audience easily related to and en-
The Orlando, Florida resident spoke of
her marriage to an “island man, Bermu-
dan actually; young men of today wearing
tight jeans, she described as “leggings”;
old men trying to pick up young women
in clubs; and her love for Trini lingo and
words like “dotish” and “liming.”
Selected last year as “the Funniest
Woman in Florida,” Gina D returned to
the United States on Monday.
Dopson, also a calypsonian at Queen’s
Park Cricket Club and Tuco’s Kaiso House,
sang two verses of his A Real Trini to in-
troduce Cin Cin, the star of the show.
Cin Cin, as she did last year at Kaiso
Blues Cafe, had patrons in stitches from
start to finish as she regaled them on daily
social issues like marriage, including a bit
on her 18-year marriage.
As the saying goes “all good things
must come to an end” and so did Mau-
vais Langue, 90 minutes after its start.
With no intermission and seamless in its
entirety, this was a perfectly structured
production and all credit must go to Cin
Cin for doing it her way.
Cin Cin can be contacted on Instagram
at Mauvais Langue - CinCin Boisson.
Steelpan soloist Keishaun Julien provides entertainment during cocktail hour before CinCin Boisson’s “Mauvais Langue” stand up comedy
show featuring at The Little Carib Theatre Woodbrook on Sunday evening.
PICTURE DION ROACH
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Address for service:
c/o Mrs. Natasha Baiju- Patrick
54 Richmond Street
PORT OF SPAIN
The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
In the High Court of Justice
Petition No. FH 01479 of 2017
GURPREET SINGH BAINS
TO: GURPREET SINGH BAINS
Golden Collection Limited
19 Main Road
TAKE NOTICE that on the 16th day of
June 2017, a Petition for Divorce was filed
against you by NANDINI BHAGGAN-BAINS
in the High Court of Justice, Matrimonial
Division, Port of Spain.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE by an
order made on the 25th day of January,
2018, by the Honorable Madame Justice
Lambert-Peterson the Petitioner/Applicant
was directed to effect Substituted Service
of the Petition by this advertisement in a
daily newspaper of general circulation in
Trinidad and Tobago once per week for
two consecutive weeks.
If you desire to defend this action, you
must state this either in a letter or by an
Acknowledgment of Service (Form 7 avail-
able at the Registry) of High Court of Jus-
tice, Matrimonial Division, 4 Cipriani Bou-
levard, Port of Spain, (Tel. No. 223-1060).
You may also get copies of the Petition and
related documents in the Court’s Registry.
AND TAKE NOTICE that IN DEFAULT
of a letter OR acknowledgement of Service,
the Court may proceed in your absence and
may take any order it considers appropriate
including granting the Divorce.
Dated the 25th day of January, 2018.
Family Court of Trinidad and Tobago.
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