At nineteen, Daniel Ifill is not just an ordinary teenager still trying to figure out a career but rather he is miles ahead as he is already a dancer, model and makeup artist who when he’s not working his skills backstage on some performer’s face is flaunting his stuff on a stage he takes charge of.
Hi Everyone, This is part 4 of the 5-part series on Tastes Like Home August Holidays.
Young ladies from the ten administrative regions will today be sashed at the Everest Cricket Ground in anticipation of next Saturday’s crowning of a new Miss Indigenous Heritage at the National Cultural Centre.
I always find myself being unreasonably nervous during introductions. Not because I don’t like socializing, but rather because I fear judgement based on my likes, interests and passions.
Tomorrow evening talented youths from the deaf community will take to the Theatre Guild stage in an evening of entertainment where dances, drama and fashion will be featured.
Craft artist and designer Natasha David has for almost a decade now been creating unique jawdropping pieces made mainly of natural materials which many would discard never dreaming that they could be used to create art.
Guyanese Paulla De Souza, who is touted as one of the Caribbean’s and South America’s most sought-after make-up artist (MUA), is scheduled to be in Guyana for a Beauty Empowerment Celebration on September 24, aimed at giving women the 411 on how to effortlessly look chic and gorgeous.
Guyana’s Cynthia Dookie won the Miss Global International 2017 crown last Saturday evening, besting 19 other beauties in what was understood to be a nail biting competition at the Hotel Riu, Montego Bay, Jamaica.
Rewattie Datt-DaCosta has been thrilling one audience after another with dance for the past 22 years through Nrityageet and she is not done yet; in fact, she is even more enthused after her recent performance at Carifesta XIII in Barbados “[Dance] gives me a chance to express my feelings in a way that words could not,” Rewattie said during an interview with The Scene.
Hi Everyone, This is part two of the five-part series on Tastes Like Home August Holidays.
Samantha Grant, known for soca hit song “A Feel to Rock Meh Body” is back and set to take the stage by storm tonight, when she launches her second album more than a decade after release of her hit song at her birth-night bash with a concert dubbed ‘Denim & Diamonds’ at Club El Latino in Georgetown.
Miss United Continents Guyana 2017 Divya Yabindranautyh is now in Ecuador where she would be representing Guyana at the Miss United Continents 2017 pageant.
It’s perplexing and difficult to fully understand why fashion has gripped the 90s trend of logos for such a long time.
This afternoon the Indian Cultural Centre will be showing the award winning 2012 film Kahaani and members of the public can view it free of cost.
Diamond Secondary School teacher Jennifer Lall-Shiwbalak took the Miss Guyana Renaissance 2017 title besting 11 other contestants in what has been described as a stiff contest, last month at the National Cultural Centre.
I like to consider myself to be a true and dedicated Spice fan.
Hi Everyone, The beginning of this school year will be no different from others.
Dubbed the ‘King of Soca’ Trinidadian singing sensation Machel Montano arrived in Guyana yesterday and is set to take the stage by storm tonight at the National Stadium as the leading act in his ‘Soca In My Heart’ concert.
After four nights of excitement and non-stop laughter at the National Cultural Centre recently, the theatrical production Nothing to Laugh About 10 will be taking their entertaining bevy of actors to four other regions in Guyana.
To mark World Suicide Prevention Day, set to be observed on September 10th, the Ministry of Public Health through its mental health unit will be hosting a free concert on the Seawall Bandstand on the same date between 4pm and 7om.
Express Guyana will be hosting their first recital for the Performing Arts Programme at West Demerara Secondary School tomorrow (Sunday September 3rd) and it is expected that their students will showcase what they have learned for the past three months.
Hi Everyone, Several years ago while standing in the cashier line at one of the supermarkets here in Barbados, a man (tourist) standing immediately behind me pointed to the small tray I had just put on the cash belt and asked what it was.
Whenever I am buying shoes, I try to remember the wise words from the Guyanese proverb: ‘When yah like play cheap yah does pay dare,’ that my Godmother always preached to me.