Berbician Bunty Singh copped the Chutney King title for a second time at this year’s National Chutney competition at the Leonora Ground on the West Coast Demerara on February 18.
Two Fridays ago, Onikha Joseph clinched the coveted Calypso Monarch title after stiff competition from ten other contestants before a large gathering at the National Park.
On Sunday last, contestants of the I’m A Big Deal Miss Berbice Beauty and Empowerment Pageant put aside the glitz and glam associated with pageantry to team up with the police of Rose Hall Outpost, the mayor, workers of the town council and youths in a clean-up exercise around the Berbice town.
Drummers from around will soon have the opportunity to participate in the country’s first drum festival next week Sunday and the chance to win over $1 million in cash and prizes.
New graduates of the National School of Theatre, Arts and Drama are expected to entertain patrons next Saturday, when they perform in Michael James’s Skin Teeth Nah Laugh, a comedy.
Kareem ‘cKush’ Lewis’s latest song “Another Day” has been blowing up the airwaves on 94.1 Boom FM and 98.1 Hot FM since its release last month.
Poetry on a stool and tassa drumming are among the treats as the Rupununi Music and Arts Festival continues today at the Manari Ranch.
Police Constable of Brickdam Police Station Michael ‘Smallie’ Small placed third with his song “Help Meh Stop the Violence” at the Junior Calypso competition on February 3, at the Mahaicony Fun Park.
Renata Burnette has been lighting up the poetic stage for the last two years.
Reggae/dancehall singer and songwriter Owen Adams recently released his brand new single “Life Too Short”.
After 13 years in operation, the popular GEM (Guyana Entertainment Magazine) announced with “heavy heart” that it will be suspending operations in 2018.
The Indian Cultural Centre will host a free screening of the Indian biographical sports film Mary Kom at its 67 New Haven, Bel Air, Georgetown location at 4.30 pm today.
Enigma Entertainment Group has been around for almost a decade having been founded in 2009 by director Lynn Medford-Ronnkvist.
Maybe it’s social media and feeling the need to constantly update feeds with click bait posts, or the psychological need for self-actualization but this era seems to be the one mostly involved in the social charge for all types of rights.
It’s new, fun, interesting and if we are to go by the producer’s words; going to be big.
The Miss Earth Guyana franchise is under the ownership of Guyana Premier with its National Franchise Director being Dave Lalltoo and last week Friday saw the launching of the pageant at the Roraima Duke Lodge where the Miss Earth Committee took the opportunity to share plans and upcoming events.
A number of activities to mark Black History Month is being organised by the Theocracy Region Ivine House of Nyahbinghi.
Ariel Cappell has been strutting runways flaunting the latest designer styles for the last four years.