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Why: Every Thursday , Friday, Saturday we open the doors of Charleston third oldest structure " Old Bethel United Methodist Church" . To educate tourists on the history and origins of the enslaved peoples of the Low Country and how their resilience...more
The play was AMAZING, if the you want an in debt view of the Gullah Geechi culture then “When I First Remembered” is a must see. The singing is amazing and the acting is breath of fresh air. I never knew there was a cultivation...More
Totally moving, powerful and delightful all at the same time. Please don't go to Charleston without checking out "When I First Remember". It will touch your soul. An incredibly poignant setting with stellar actors - and you may get to participate if you want to....More
Every Thursday night between June and October, the Old Bethel church hosts a wonderful performance. A group of local actors and artists combine character portrayals, song, dance and storytelling to express both the pain and suffering of the enslaved people and the hope and joy...More
If you come to Charleston, SC and you are here on a Thursday night (showtime7pm) please go check out "When I First Remember". It is a live performance exploring the history of the Gullah/Geechee culture here in fabulous Charleston. You will also learn about Gullah...More