Bridgerton MoBay fans stage 'Paint and Sip' at Rose Hall Great House
From left: Nahdira Spence, her mom Nadine Spence, the Montego Bay chapter chairperson of the Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association (JHTA), and Theresea Walker, creator, Miss Montego Bay Beauty Pageant, pose with their pieces.

Art-themed events promotion company Island Strokes rolled out a Bridgerton-themed Paint and Sip Film Taste party at Rose Hall Great House in Montego Bay recently.

The event recreated lines and aspects from the hit Netflix series envisioned as menu items paired with Appleton signature drinks.

During the party, attendees got the chance to recreate a specific artwork while imbibing the event’s chosen pairings.

The event was hosted by tourism personality Michelle Tulloch and painting coordination by Island Strokes’ Liana Gomes.

Michelle Tulloch (third left) shares a photo op with attendees displaying their completed pieces of the event’s chosen piece.
Liana Gomes of Island Strokes

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