Leader Of The Opposition New Years Message
On this week’s Arts Page, National Gallery of Jamaica’s Last Sundays to feature a Performing Arts Company.
On this week’s Arts Page, a former Young and the Restless star visits Jamaica for a new movie and to spread the Christmas cheer.
The Kidney Support Foundation of Jamaica invites you to a red carpet Movie Premiere on Thursday, December 17.
On this week’s Arts Page, we gear up for the JCDC’s Creative Writing Workshops starting this Saturday
We present our November Collage, a well-spun web of activities for the month of November. And later, we highlight Love Kyaan Dun in
French-Ivorian Film Director Isabelle Boni-Claverie tackles the issue of discrimination in France.
During the 17th Century, German-born composer, George Frederic Handel created one of the world’s most celebrated oratorios Messiah. This week, we feature one choir bold enough to recite this historic work.
On this edition, we enjoy a singularly unique, all-Jamaican symphonic experience
We travel first to the University of West Indies and then to Moore Town for the screening of Queen Nanny: Legendary Maroon Chieftainess.
The St. Andrew Parish Foundation is hosting its gala benefit performance Festum Sancti Andreae on October 3 at 7pm. It features the likes of Jamaican opera singer Paul Williamson and Lori Burnett with Canadian Allison Arends and for the first time, Kathleen Promane, both of whom you heard earlier.
The RIOT ACT, is a musical production performed by the University Players.
On today’s programme, Plant a tree to reduce Carbon D
On this week’s programme a group of young people tackle critical social issues on the stage
On this week’s programme we travel to the north coast for the Creative Writing Exhibition Tour, an initiative of the Jamaica Cultural Development Corporation. Are you a lover of the arts? Do you love creative expression? Then this is the place for you.
We highlighting the ‘Kick Out’ Brand, a small business owned and operated by nine teenagers and the training that helped them in their venture.
On Tuesday August 11, Governor General Sir Patrick Allen, presented international opera singer, Sir Willard White with the National Chorale of Jamaica Medal of Excellence for his outstanding achievements and significant contribution to music in Jamaica and internationally
The Jamaica Urban Transit Company JUTC recently launched its Kingston City Tour Service to give Jamaicans and foreigners an opportunity to learn more about the city of Kingston.
One significant feature of Independence Village this year will be Linkup & Labrish.This event will incorporate daily panel discussions exploring relevant cultural issues as we celebrate Emancipation and Independence.
Independence Village returns to Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre, Festival Bandwagons to roll out across the island and Curry will be coming uptown wid Sat’day Market.