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“Great Music”
Review of Sunday School

Ranked #1 of 7 Nightlife in Tobago
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: This popular nightclub features disco.
Reviewed June 2, 2013

A must see while in Tobago. Fun, awesome entertainment. I stayed at Seaside Garden right across the street.

Thank GerryNC
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Reviewed May 22, 2013

music is local and should be attended by every tourist, prices are extra ordenary high for small local food.

Thank why945
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Reviewed April 28, 2013

this was an organised trip with drinks (unlimited) included bars with steel drums, dancing and stalls for shopping and food it is probably the best £10 I have ever spent

2  Thank Steven H
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Reviewed April 21, 2013

The event 'Sunday School' had been hyped as a big party experience with plenty of local food/craft stalls and a great party atmosphere. Disappointingly, the reality did not live up to expectations. Thus said I don't want to detract from the amazing, enthusiastic and talented musicians. Go to listen, watch and enjoy authentic music but ignore the hype!

2  Thank lisa s
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Reviewed April 11, 2013

Sunday School is a bit of a weird one. We were there just after Easter Sunday and the Goat Races on Easter Tuesday so it was quieter than I imagine it usually is. There were lot of tourists gawping at other tourists, all waiting for something to happen. There were a few stalls selling overpriced and frankly mediocre food, with tables and chairs should you want to sit down. There were craft stalls. If you want to see a steel band and this is your only opportunity, go. However it'll be hard to get a feel for the steel band as it is all mic-ed and so comes through speakers much much louder, meaning it's also a little wearing on the ears. You'd do better to see pan players elsewhere. Later on the evening takes a seedier turn as the white woman / young local guy thing takes over - we left before we had to witness what is basically another form of prostitution. Would I go again? Sure. Go without any great expectations and you'll be fine. We went to a bar a bit further up the road (as you walk away from the sea, on the right) and the highlight of the evening was watching youngsters practicing on the steel drums at the back of the bar while we limed at the front.

3  Thank R P
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