EVENTS AT A GLANCE

Wednesday, September 03, 2014

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WEDNESDAY




Funny Kind of Love


The hilarious play Funny Kind of Love continues this evening at Centre Stage Theatre, Cinema 2 on Dominica Drive in New Kingston.


The all-star cast of performers comprise Camille Davis, Courtney, Glen 'Titus' Campbell and Sharee Elise and Sakina Deer in alternating roles. Starting time is 8:00 pm on Saturdays and Sundays 5:00 and 8:00 pm.




THURSDAY




Bandit Customer Appreciation Party


Bandit Customer Appreciation Party will take place tomorrow at Pub Diamond, Lacy Road and Summerset Avenue in Kingston. Providing music will be Nitro Bass. Starting time is at 9:00 pm.




FRIDAY




Seafood Night


The weekly Seafood Night continues on Friday at The Essence, King's Plaza in St Andrew. Patrons can dine to the music of Vin the Musical Maestro.




Appleton Uber


Appleton Uber continues this Friday at Club Privilege, 16 Trinidad Terrace in Kingston.




Smirnoff VIV Fridays


Smirnoff VIV Fridays takes place at the V Club, 5 Madrid Avenue, Portmore, St Catherine. The weekly vibe kicks off at 9:00 pm.




SUNDAY




Sundayz Live Show


The Essence, located in the King's Plaza, will continue with its live mento/jazz and blues on Sunday. The band on the stand will be Energy Plus Mento Band. Music will be provided by Errol the Rock. Starting time is at 6:00 pm.




'An Evening With Miss Lou'


The life of late Jamaican poet, folklorist, and writer, Miss Lou will be celebrated at the Louise Bennett Garden Theatre on Hope Road in Kingston on Sunday.


Special readings will be done by Fae Ellington, Amina Blackwood-Meeks, Deon Silvera and Karen Harriott. Start time: 5:00 pm.


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