The Little Theatre woke up on International Reggae Day. The launch of the Docufilm of the life of Dennis Emmanuel Brown CD stood as the reason. Patrons were ready to celebrate the three milestones of this event. Each patron was eager to be a part of Jamaican history. The first milestone was that this event […]
Jamaican Actor Marcos James is realizing and seizing more opportunities, having landed a role in three-part series on Lifetime Movie Network. The first-ever LMN film series event will air three consecutive Thursdays premiering, July 8th on LMN.
With the partial reopening of the island's entertainment sector on July 1, the highly anticipated JaRIA Honour Awards will take place on July 4. A number of reggae stalwarts will be recognised at this year's staging of the awards ceremony, scheduled to take place at the Little Theatre in St. Andrew. The ceremony is closed to the public due to Covid-19 restrictions but can be watched online. Read to find out how.
“One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.” - Bob Marley. Music goes far beyond entertainment. Listening to music can make you feel relaxed, and it is also used in medicine. Jamaica is ranked as the happiest country in the Caribbean, and we believe the music is a contributing factor.
The reach of and power of the Jamaican culture during reggae month is unquestionable. Even during the pandemic, over 2Million people participated in Reggae Month activities. Jamaica indeed did "Tech it to dem". Brand Jamaica is relevant to the world day and night. Bravo Jamaica.
Two nights of impeccable performances. This concert shows how Jamaica invited the world to #ComeKetchDdRiddim for Reggae Month. Virtual audiences enjoyed Reggae Month's Global Reggae Nights and had a ball rocking, dancing, singing and commenting.
The Ministry of Culture has spearheaded the annual Reggae Month celebrations, since 2008. With this intention, the Jamaica Reggae Industry Association (JaRIA) powers the execution of the Reggae Month activities. Throughout the month of February each year, it would appear that the world paused from all of her other work, to focus on Jamaica’s musical […]
‘Laughter is the best medicine’, if that statement is true, then everybody who watched the Windscream Posse is definitely healed. Laughter and excitement filled the theatre, from the little children to the elders were in a laughing fit. Long after the play, patrons congregated to discuss the spectacular show. Some described it as ‘interesting and […]
Welcome to the city of Miramar. That was the blaring message sent to the patrons who attended the Black History Month meets Reggae Icon Awards. Under the patronage of the Honorable Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Oliva Grange, MP, CD and presented by the Vice Mayor of Miramar Alexandra P. Davis, the Icon […]
What is so great about festivals anyway? For generations, festivals have represented an expressive way to celebrate heritage, culture, traditions and special moments in our lives and with loved ones. A festival is our connector. Rebel Salute 2020 is celebrating its 27th anniversary. The festival fuses music, food, culture and heritage like no other music […]