Friday, September 22, 2023

The highly anticipated premiere screening of

The lively atmosphere set the stage for this enthralling urban drama series, which was adapted from the autobiographical novel Yardie by Jamaican immigrant David G Heron.

And of course, the attendees didn't hesitate to have their moment on the red carpet.

Page 2 has highlights.

Actress Miranda Melhado (centre) had the support of her parents Nicola and Peter Melhado, at the premiere screening. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
Comedian Glen "Titus" Campbell (right) shared the frame with the From Yard team (from left) actress Miranda Melhado; actress Claire Dennison; actor Darron Donaldson; executive producer David G Heron; and actor Romar Banton. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
From Yard executive producer David G Heron (left) paused for a photo op with Adam Christian (centre), who played younger David in the series, and Shevrado Oliver, who played adult David. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
Founder of Bam Moms Club Dr Soyini Gordon-Mitchell and the evening's host David Heron graced the Page 2 lens. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
From Yard director Leland Benford and his wife Phaedra flashed smiles at the shutterbug. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
Comedian Glen "Titus" Campbell and his wife Maxine Hale-Campbell were not going to miss the premiere screening. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
Katherine Becker, financial advisor, Sagicor, chose a show-stopping look on the red carpet. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
Actress Karen Harriott made a stylish appearance in a 'fit from Annie's Boutique. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)

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