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Jamaica Sweet: A Feat of Comedic Recycling

David Tulloch's Jamaica Sweet

David Tulloch's Jamaica Sweet is a hodgepodge of old jokes, swirled around, and regurgitated and remade into a musical comedy revue. So, Jamaica Sweet is not suited for everyone's palate.

Plays by Amba Chevannes and Karl Williams For A Play, A Pie and A Pint

Julene Robinson in 'Me And My White Boy' an excerpt from The Black That I Am

Two Jamaican plays will be making the journey over the Atlantic and on to Scotland.

Dahlia Harris' To The Finish Has A Winning Combination

(l-r) Nadean Rawlins, Christopher McFarlane and Julene Robinson in To The Finish

Jamaica’s prowess on the track has brought the nation much to. with cause to beat our collective chests and yell from the mountaintops how great we are.

Petrina Williams Wins Jamaica Monologue Slam

Petrina Williams performs at the Jamaica Monologue Slam

With an impromptu yet awesome performance of Joan Andrea Hutchinson’s ‘Dat White Witch Name Henny’ Petrina Williams walked away with bragging rights, and her purse slightly fattened at the end of the first Jamaica Monologue Slam. 

Curtains Rise on Jamaican 2014 Theatre Season

Dahlia Harris' To the Finish tackles drugs in sports

Drugs in sports, a battle for inheritance between siblings, devious women scheming to get their hands on a bumpkin’s new found riches and a search for ... hmmm ... maccafat.

Comedy Cook-up Anniversary Show Bubbles With Laughter

Trinidadian Rachel Price brings Comedy Cook-up 2013 to a hilarious close

The Christmas Comedy Cookup served up a hilarious stew for its 10th anniversary of stirring the comedic pot, making it Jamaica's longest running stand-up comedy show.

Comedytainment First Anniversary of Music and Laughter

Dufton host of Comedytainment Anniversary Edition

The Comedytainment series celebrated its first year on the Jamaican entertainment circuit  with a fun-filled night of music and laughter, that lit up the Spartan Courtyard by pulling back together comedians and musicians who had appeared on the show throughout the year.

Jamaicans Score Big at Caribbean Schools' Drama Festival 2013

Jamaican contingent display their awards at 2013 Caribbean Schools' Dramas Fest

Young thespians from nine (9) Caribbean countries converged on Barbados in early December for the 2013 Caribbean Schools Drama Festival. They came from Anguilla, the British Virgin Islands, Bermuda, Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica, St. Vincent and the Grenadines and Trinidad and Tobago.

Christopher 'Johnny' Daley: From Lime Tree Lane to Kingston Paradise

Christopher 'Johnny' Daley

At age ten, Christopher ‘Johnny’ Daley dipped his toe into the theatrical pool and since then he's been splashing around trying out different styles. Daley, now an established actor, radio talk show host and comedian, was brought into the theatre while he was attending HWT Primary.

Jamaican Delegation Heads to Caribbean Schools Drama Fest

Wi Love Wi Self - student actors preprare to represent Jamaica at Caribbean Fest

Armed with a devised theatre piece dubbed Wi Love Wi Self eleven student actors from across the island will be heading off to Barbados to represent Jamaica at this yea’s staging of the Caribbean Schools Drama Festival, December 8-15, 2013.

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