Arts & Culture

Deh Jah dancers making moves

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Sunday, June, 4 2017    

Come June 17 and 18, the Deh Jah Dance Theatre and Academy will stage their performance season at the Little Theatre in St Andrew.The two performances will feature a total of 10 dance works from the company's four resident choreographers. Read More

My Jamaican 55!

Thursday, June, 1 2017    

In celebration of Jamaica's 55th independence anniversary, the Jamaica Observer's Entertainment Desk will be highlighting 55 entertainment personalities who broke down barriers and helped put the country on the world stage. One personality will... Read More

Enigma fashion, awards tomorrow

Saturday, May, 27 2017    

Top-shelf fashion designer Courtney Washington will be one of several on show at Enigma Fashion Show and Awards Ceremony at Curphey Place in St Andrew tomorrow.Showtime is 4:00 pm.“We'll have a... Read More

'Powerful' line-up for June 4 concert

Tuesday, May, 23 2017    

READYTV's CEO, Christopher “Papa CD” Dehring and Queen's Counsel Ian “DJ QC” Wilkinson will go up against Rankin Pumpkin, the Japanese entrant in the Magnum Kings and Queens competition, at the Powerful Women & Men show, on Sunday, June 4. Read More

Mayoral eye on The Ward

By Richard Johnson Observer senior reporter | Sunday, May, 21 2017    

LIFE is being breathed into The Ward theatre which sits in the heart of downtown Kingston. It has been idle for close to a decade.If mayor of Kingston Delroy Williams has his way, the century plus-old theatre will be operational by the end of... Read More

Garvey returns

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter | Sunday, May, 7 2017    

The production Garvey The Musical, which was first staged in October last year, returns to the boards of the Philip Sherlock Centre For The Creative Arts at the University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, for a limited run on weekends from May 12-28. Read More

NDTC continues renewal

Saturday, April, 22 2017    

For the past 36 years, the National Dance Theatre Company (NDTC) has worked to make their Easter Sunday Morning of Movement and Music a calendar event. Read More



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