Cheer on Bermuda’s own Dame Flora Duffy as she returns home to compete in the World Triathlon Championship, revel in live jazz as Ana Hoffman celebrates The Harlem Renaissance through a dynamic cabaret performance and unwind under the full moon with beach yoga and s’mores – this is our monthly roundup of local happenings to pencil in your diary right now!

  • Wine & Wordsmithy
  • Mitchell House, Town of St. George’s | November 4th | 6 pm

Embrace your creative side with a night of guided writing focusing on atmosphere and mood with wine! Writers will be put through their creative paces by Siân Blackmore with two writing challenges oriented around creating mood in writing. Also included in the cost of the event is an expertly guided literary wine tasting of three wines, light repast of cheese and charcuterie as well as creative writing exercises and collaboration. To purchase tickets, click here.

  • Nhuri Bashir: Colour Negative Opening Reception
  • Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art | November 4th | 5:30 pm

Join Masterworks Museum in welcoming Nhuri Bashir in his first solo show, ‘Colour Negative’. Nhuri Bashir is a self-taught photographer and co-founder of Burnt House Productions, a Bermuda-based advertising agency. He has become a frontrunner in lifestyle photography – both film and digital – and videography. The exhibit will open in the Rick Faries Gallery.

  • Life is Jazz – Ana Hoffman
  • Earl Cameron Theatre, City Hall | November 4th & 5th | 8 pm

Life is Jazz, created and performed by vocalist Ana Hoffman, celebrates one of the most profound cultural awakenings in human history: The Harlem Renaissance! Her dynamic jazz cabaret celebrates this rich period in world history with a modern flair, highlighting legendary artists such as Duke Ellington, Billie Holliday Langston Hughes and others, whose legacies left an indelible mark on society. To purchase tickets, click here.

  • Gold Hunt BDA
  • The Island of Bermuda | November 5th 

Use your knowledge of Bermuda, its geography and history to solve a series of riddles. When solved together, the riddles will lead you to the physical location of hidden treasure somewhere on the island. The first person to find the treasure box will win $500! To join the hunt, you must purchase a ticket, here

  • World Triathlon Champion Series, 2022
  • Front Street, Hamilton | November 6th | 10 am – 5 pm

The World Triathlon Champion Series returns to Bermuda this month where the best triathletes in the world will compete. Immerse yourself in the heart of the racing action by securing yourself a free ticket to the central cheering section with grandstand views, by clicking here. Whether you line the streets of the race course or wait at the finish line, you don’t want to miss the opportunity to see Bermuda’s own Dame Flora Duffy live in action!

  • Yoga & Unwind
  • St. Catherine’s Beach | November 8th | 6:30 pm

Bermuda Bonfires and VeryRareYoga presents a relaxing night under the full moon you don’t want to miss! Join us for a 60 minute bonfire, yoga & meditation flow followed by an additional 60 minutes to relax, journal, reflect or socialize next to the bonfire under the illuminated full moon. A welcome gift, s’mores & refreshments are all included! To purchase tickets, click here.

  • 10th Annual AXA XL Man on the Run 5K
  • Warwick Academy | November 13th | 8:30 am

In this men only event, participants are encouraged to raise funds to support local Men’s Health Initiatives. 100% of funds support free men’s health education programmes and the Equal Access Funds, which provide financial subsidisation for early detection services and radiation therapy treatment. To register, click here.

  • Bermuda Food Harvest Journey
  • The Loren at Pink Beach Club | November 17th | 5:30 pm

The Bermuda Tourism Authority has partnered with The Loren to take you on a food journey featuring the island’s harvest heroes and preeminent tastemakers. You will enjoy a tantalizing selection of bite-sized samples for a tasting exhibition that will delight your palate. A portion of ticket sales will be donated to the Eliza Doolittle Charity which provides meals to people in need in our community. To purchase a ticket, click here.

  • Macbeth – Actors From The London Stage
  • Ruth Seaton James Centre for the Performing Arts, CedarBridge Academy | November 18th & 19th | 8 pm

Actors From The London Stage, the renowned five-actor touring group with a cast drawn from Britain’s most prestigious stages, brings the extraordinary tale of Macbeth to life.  Cast members, whose credits include the Royal Shakespeare Company and The Globe, portray multiple roles, revealing the dynamic energy of Shakespeare’s thrilling language like never before. To purchase tickets, click here.

  • Treasures Pop-up Shop
  • Waterville, 2 Pomander Road, Paget | Open every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday | 10 am-4 pm

This month is your last chance to pick up Christmas gifts from the National Trust’s beloved pop-up shop. Treasures for sale will include fine glassware & crystal, antique silver, artwork, Boer War Items, Maritime and Bermudiana Items, hurricane shades, whole or broken gold and silver jewellery. Funds raised will go towards the care of historic buildings and nature reserves that BNT holds in trust for the community, as well as its education and advocacy programmes.