Cinemas: Uptown Port-of-Spain had three operating cinemas: Deluxe, on Keate Street; Empire, on Frederick Street; and Strand, at the corner of Dundonald Street and Tragarete Road. In the 1990s, Deluxe ceased operations as a cinema and became the home of the Kaiso House calypso tent.
Calypso: Lord Christo was born in uptown Port-of-Spain.
Steelbands: The following is a listing of the steelbands that functioned in uptown Port-of-Spain, broken down by type: traditional (pans supported around the neck); and conventional (pans supported mechanically).
|STEELBAND||TYPE||LOCATION IN 2002||HISTORY|
|Renegades||Coventional||138 Charlotte Street||Click here for details.|
Mas(querade) Bands: Mas' bands that functioned uptown Port-of-Spain included:
|MAS' BAND||LOCATION IN 2002||HISTORY|
|Rabs Immortelle||RAFA Club, 20A Queen's Park East|
|Trinidad Hilton Sports Club||RAFA Club, 20A Queen's Park East|
|Bishop Anstey (St. Hilary's) High School||Secondary||...||Anglican||Founded in 1921 by Bishop Arthur Henry Anstey.|
|Holy Name Convent||Secondary||2 Queen's Park Park East||Roman Catholic|
|Holy Name Preparatory School||Primary||2 Queen's Park Park East||Roman Catholic||420 pupils in 2002|
|Maria Regina Grade School||Primary||Abercromby Street||Roman Catholic||475 pupils in 2002|
|Piccadilly Government Primary School||Primary||Piccadilly Street||Non-Denominational|
|St. Joseph's Convent||Secondary||59 Pembroke Street||Roman Catholic|
|St. Mary's College||Secondary||75 Frederick Street||Roman Catholic||Founded in 1863.|
|St. Monica's Preparatory School||Primary||Pembroke Street||Roman Catholic||407 pupils in 2002|
|St. Rose Girls' RC School||Primary||120 Henry Street||Roman Catholic||523 pupils in 2002|
|Tranquillity Government Secondary School||Secondary||Stanmore Avenue||Non-Denominational|
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