A Massive Thank You!

Hi everyone, we the organizing committee for Bermuda day events held annually in London and Liverpool, just want to take this opportunity to say a massive heartfelt thanks to everyone who help make the Bermuda Day events two really good days out. All the Artists, Musicians, Performers who donated their skills, craft and time, all […]

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Bermuda Day UK – Liverpool

3nd Annual Bermuda Day UK 2017 – Liverpool Family Event @CONSTELLATIONS / 35-39 Greenland St, Liverpool, L1 0BS / 12PM – 9PM / Entry is Free It is Loquat Entertainment’s great pleasure to present the 3rd Annual Bermuda Day In the UK Celebrations.  On Saturday, May 27th, 2017 (Spring Bank Holiday), Bermudian Culture and Heritage […]

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Bermuda Day After Party

Announcing the after party for Bermuda Day in Liverpool!! Featuring an all Bermudian DJ line up, Headlining for the night flying in special is Mad Prezident (Prezidential Elite). DJ’s on the night include, Selector Joell (Redemption Sound/Smile), Beefy (King Star Muzik), Randy Rich (Playbwoy) with early warm provided by Bugsy and Selector Joell of Smile, […]

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Bermuda Day UK – London

The days are getting longer and that can only mean one thing, that Bermuda Day in the UK celebrations are here once again. For the 8th year running, Bermudian vibes will take center stage in the heart of London’s Camden Town as Bermuda and her beautiful people takes over Lockside Lounge once again for a […]

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GET INVOLVED

For almost ten years, the Bermuda Day in the UK events have shared the secrets of the British island of Bermuda: Her arts, culture and talents at a special event at Lockside Lounge in Camden Market, London and as of 2015, a family event in Liverpool. We have created networking platforms, amazing memories and educated […]

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De’Jon Simons

Memoirs of My Scars is De’Jon Simons’ first book of poetry. After almost ten years of agony and hardship, Simons has finally published an intimate collection of poetry that follows his path of self-acceptance and self-expression. The first piece, entitled “I Am Not My Skin”, introduces readers to his world of isolation and pain but […]

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Cha’Von K. Clarke

Cha’Von K. Clarke is an award-winning writer, playwright, poet, publisher and international event manager. Her theatrical plays have been performed in Bermuda and London. Her work has been featured in poetry anthologies and short story projects in Bermuda and USA, including the Bermuda Anthology of Poetry, Volumes I & II, Family Christmas Stories online and […]

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David Chapman

How can an island be a “living museum”? What is this place where the past comes to life? Explore the amazing plants and animals of nonsuch island! Visit a place where few others are allowed to go and see what many have never seen! This series of books is dedicated to educating young explorers about […]

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Mary Prince

Mary Prince was born into enslavement in Brackish Pond, Bermuda, in 1788, Prince and her siblings, were raised by her adoring mother until she was 12. Her mother was a household slave to a family called Williams, and Mary would later write that she “was made quite a pet of by the Williams’s child, Miss […]

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Lucinda Spurling

The Lion and the Mouse, the story of Bermuda and America. Narrated by Michael Douglas, The Lion and the Mouse: The Story of America and Bermuda, is a story about the history of Bermuda and how it is intertwined with the history of the United States and of it’s survival in a competitive world. From […]

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