Wednesday, September 13, 2023

Pitchy Patchy is back!

The Rayon McLean-directed revue which debuted in 2022 to rave reviews, returned to the Philip Sherlock Centre For The Creative Arts on Wednesday, September 6. But #IYKYK, Gala Night is where it's at! The Saturday, September 9, staging saw actresses, social media influencers, sponsors, and theatre fans who fell in love with last year's iteration convening once more to cheer on, and share the spotlight with cast members.

Plus, Saint International model Tami Williams continues her Big Apple takeover, this time for LaQuan Smith at New York Fashion Week (NYFW).

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<strong id="strong-042f50083edfd9a881e3b03263289f2a">Heavily InVested</strong> - Pitchy Patchy Executive Producer Kasandra Henry was snazzy in a tailored set from The Cochen Experience. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
<strong id="strong-324a2b372ae7e1a26efea2c799804ff5">#GenZ</strong> - The third scene of the evening — written by Rayon McLean and Tristan Alleyne — was a hilarious but apt depiction of how this generation functions in the corporate world. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
<strong id="strong-e82bd19ccbc370c69e9050a073c4164e">Cue Citrus</strong> - Sunshine Snacks Marketing Manager Shantell Hill Afonso was out to lime! (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
<strong id="strong-407f7dc068d8300cabf41acab1ec582f">Portrait Mode</strong> - In from Colorado was personal fitness trainer Lafara "@myfriendgeorgia" Locke, who snapped an ussie with the resident Jonkunnnu performers. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
<strong id="strong-d3275a8408028ea2f7ba65f0a9b30bbd">...AND Scene </strong>- Enjoying a Saturday evening out were British High Commissioner to Jamaica Judith Slater (left), her son Attie de Waal (second left), Deputy British High Commissioner to Jamaica Daniel Shepherd, and his spouse Naomi. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
<strong id="strong-b572643b744978d578cc3ab1802db945">Through The Grapevine</strong> - Dancehall artiste Ce'cile "@badgyalcecile" powered through in purple. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)
<strong id="strong-583d0108a482d838d00b809fca8fb8e0">'Art' Of Love</strong> - Educator Anushca-Mai Bunting was out in support of the arts. (Photo: Karl Mclarty)

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