For those who have not yet had the opportunity to see it, the GT&T Guyana Star Jingle and Song Competition final can be viewed tomorrow from 8 pm on the regular channels.
On August 24, patrons attending this year’s Jamzone Summer Break International Concert will have their musical taste buds titillated as R&B sensation R Kelly performs.
From the creator of the critically acclaimed play Watch de Ride comes its sequel, Watch de Ride II – Justice which is slated for the National Cultural Centre from June 28 to 30, 2013.
Jamaican Oliver Samuels has come out with a new comedy, Embassy Saga, which he promises will be “one of the best productions… ever” and he’s bringing it to Guyana next weekend.
A single interview is hardly enough to really impart the mastery of Ronald Hollingsworth.
I had been to numerous drama shows but never a musical in Guyana, until the Georgetown International Academy’s (GIA) production of The Lion King.
Hi Everyone, I hung around my aunt Betty’s kitchen a lot when I was growing up.
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The Guyanese diaspora in the city of East Orange, New Jersey honoured Soca Monarch Jumo Primo with several awards as part of the celebration of Guyana’s 47th Independence Anniversary.
From Georgetown to St Lucia, Tobago, and Barbados, Atlanta, New Jersey and New York, fashion designer and entrepreneur Sonia Noel has been making the rounds with her magazine makin style, and her new line First Resort.
This year’s Miss Guyana Talented Teen is scheduled for August 31 with a series of activities prior to celebrate the pageant’s twelfth staging.
Drama Queens Productions, which is a new production company in Guyana, will stage ‘Love and Madness’ at the Theatre Guild Playhouse on June 22.
Bonny Alves, Charmaine Blackman, Gerard Gilkes, Colin ‘Karaoke King’ Ambrose, Sonia Yarde, Sheron Cadogan-Taylor, Simone Dowding, Abigail Brower, Max Massiah and many other local artistes will take to the stage tomorrow for the fifth annual father’s night production of To Dad with Love under the theme “Stand Tall Daddy” at the Theatre Guild Playhouse from 20:00 hrs sharp.
Painting the Spectrum 9: SASOD’s LGBT Film Festival continues next week with Gun Hill Road, Mosquita Y Mari and the documentary Fagbug.
The Indian Cultural Centre screens the classic film Mother India today from 5.30 pm at its Lot 67 New Haven, Bel Air, location.
From rags to riches, that’s the story of Abdullaw Shawnpey, a hip hop artiste who uses the struggles he once faced in life to motivate him towards his ultimate goal of becoming a great rapper.
On Tuesday evening, the Georgetown International Academy staged The Lion King – (the musical).
Hi Everyone, There is very little if anything that needs to be done to fried sweet ripe plantains.
With the international leg of the Miss Jamzone Pageant on the horizon, Hits and Jams (HJ) Entertainment has announced the names of the three young beauties who will be vying for the opportunity to represent Guyana in what has become one of the most popular annual events.
On Sunday, June 2, local hip hop artiste Aisha Taylor Jones who goes by the stage name A-TayJah made history by being the first female Guyanese rapper to have a single reach number one on the local music charts.
SASOD’s 9th Painting the Spectrum Film Festival continues tomorrow June 9 with two documentaries: You Are Not Alone, produced by NYABJ Award winner, Guyanese, Antoine B Craigwell and My Wardrobe, My Right, produced by Neil Marks.
Miss Guyana-India Katherina Roshana, recently back from representing her homeland at the Ms India Worldwide Pageant in Malaysia on April 27, says she is grateful for the opportunity and the international exposure.