Wednesday, 3 December 2014

FRIENDS & FAMILY: On the town with Chris Daley, Anya Gloudon-Nelson, Brian Heap, Oliver Samuels, and more

RHYTHM KIDS: Nov. 30, Kingston. Sagicor Praise, inside the Emancipation Park on Sunday evening, featured performances by a diverse lineup of gospel and cultural acts, including the fantastic RD Drummers, whose robust drum-playing whipped the crowd into a noise-making frenzy.

TESTING, TESTING: Dec. 1, St. Andrew. On the occasion of Jamaica's observance of World AIDS Day, the National Family Planning Board, in collaboration with a host of partners like the Ministry of Health and Rough Rider Condoms, staged a massive HIV-testing and awareness drive at Half Way Tree's Mandela Park on Monday. Here, the organizing committee's Kayan Lue hangs with Chris 'Johnny' Daley, who did an outside broadcast for SunCity Radio.

THE KING AND I: Dec. 1, St. Andrew. Comedy legend Oliver Samuels, who is set to reveal another dimension to his acting chops when he co-headlines Basil Dawkins' Divorce Papers (opening later this month) was among the industry players who stepped out to celebrate the launch of this year's LTM Pantomime at the Little Little Theatre. Actress Doreen King, who is on a break from the Pantomime Company, was also in the mix.

ARTISTS' STUDIO: Dec. 1, St. Andrew. Dr. Brian Heap (left), who is lending his expertise to the making of this year's pantomime, chatted with actor/TV host Jean-Paul Menou (who was rumoured to be starring in Pablo Hoilett's version of The Owl and the Pussycat) at Monday's launch at the Little Little Theatre.

IN FULL BLOOM: Dec. 1, St. Andrew. The annual LTM Pantomime is never complete sans a collection of finely made and eye-catching costumes by the hard-working Anya Gloudon-Nelson (left), who caught up with seasoned cast member Sharon Edwards at the launch on Monday. 




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