In response, visit with me the Trench Town of my dreams: Collie Smith Drive, which traverses the community, is converted into a promenade showcasing the different periods and genres of Jamaican music. The old Ambassador theatre, now in ruins, is transformed into the Apollo Theatre of Jamaica, the epicentre of Jamaican cultural heritage, alive with talent shows reminiscent of the Vere Johns Opportunity Hour in its heyday, and housing a music museum and the musical archives of the greats. The 70-acre-plus tract of land called No Man's Land is home to European-style reggae festivals; the Bob Marley Institute of Culture and the Performing Arts; and Marcus Garvey's first church, which is said to have been located there, is rebuilt. At the venerable Boys' Town there is a museum memorialising sporting greats like Collie Smith and Bunny Grant. Culture Yard, where Bob Marley lived, is developed to global museum standards.