Kingston

Double Dose of Music - Edna Manley College of the Visual & Performing Arts

Date: 
Dec 3 - Dec 4

Venue: THE VERA MOODY CONCERT HALL, EDNA MANLEY COLLEGE OF THE VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS, 1 Arthur Wint Drive, Kingston 5. Tel. (1876) 929-2350 (main office)

Time: 7:00PM

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A double dose of music with 2 nights of Kingston Music Week. 

2 Nights! 2 Shows! 7 Bands!

Please see the flyer for further information.

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Information courtesy of Edna Manley College of the Visual & Performing Arts 

Live Performance by Black Masquerade - Red Bones Blues Cafe

Date: 
Dec 5

Venue: REDBONES BLUES CAFE, 1 Argyle Road, Kingston 10. Tel. (1876) 978-6091 or 978-8262

Time: 9:30PM

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Come out and enjoy a fun night of live music.

Please see the flyer for further details.

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Information courtesy of Redbones Blues Cafe 

Unforgettable: An Evening of Nat King Cole - PCJ Auditorium

Date: 
Dec 7

Venue: PCJ BUILDING AUDITORIUM, 36 Trafalgar Road, Kingston 10.

Time: 6:00PM - 8:00PM

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A tribute to the love and lives of Hilary and Yvonne Jardine it will be two hours of listening to Nat King Cole songs performed with the original musical arrangements from the recordings sung by Michael Sean Harris with musical arrangements by guitarist Seretse Small.

The band will be driven by the drumming expertise of Desmond Jones along with the virtuosity of Dwayne 'Livi' Livingstone on Bass and Adrian Hemans on Keyboards.

Word Soul: The Anniversary Addition - Redbones Blues Cafe

Date: 
Dec 20

Venue: REDBONES BLUES CAFE, 1 Argyle Road, Kingston 10. Tel. (1876) 978-8262

Time: 8:00PM - 10:30PM

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The Tribers will be doing what they love to celebrate their anniversary....join them as they return to their birthplace, Redbones for a night of song, dance, drama, spoken word and joy!!

$1000 (pre sold)
$1200 (at the gate)

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Information courtesy of World Soul 

Jamaica Biennial 2014

Date: 
Dec 7 - Mar 15

Venue: NATIONAL GALLERY OF JAMAICA, 12 Ocean Boulevard (Block C), Kingston. Tel.  (1876) 922-1561 and 922-1563) 

Time: Opening hours: Tues-Thurs 10am-4.30pm, Fri 10am-4pm, Sat 10am-3pm, and last Sunday of the month 11am-4pm (closed on the other Sundays and on Mondays and Public Holidays).

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GCT Returns for October now due

Tax Administration Jamaica (TAJ) is reminding business operators that their GCT return for themonth of October is due on Friday, November 28, 2014. This is as a result of registered taxpayers, as of October 1, 2014, being required to make their monthly GCT Returns andpayments on the last working day of the month, after the end of the taxable period.

Dawn Scott Memorial Award

Deadline: 
Sun, 2015-02-01

The National Gallery of Jamaica is pleased to announce the creation of the Dawn Scott Memorial Award, which will be presented to one artist participating in its Jamaica Biennial 2014 exhibition, which will be on public view from December 7, 2014 to March 15, 2015.

National Youth Orchestra of Jamaica Family & Friends Concert - Kingston College Chapel

Date: 
Nov 29

Venue: KINGSTON COLLEGE CHAPEL, 2A NORTH STREET, KINGSTON

Time: 4:00PM

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Please view the flyer for further details.

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Information courtesy of the National Youth Orchestra of Jamaica 

Grosvenor Galleries Christmas Fair

Date: 
Dec 6 - Dec 7

Venue: GROSVENOR GALLERIES, 1 Grosvenor Terrace, Kingston 8. Tel.  (1876) 924-6684 and 931-5569. Opening hours: Tues – Sat (closed for business on Monday)

Time: 10:00AM - 6:00PM

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Grosvenor Galleries is hosting another wonderful Christmas Fair. Come out and do your shopping where they have a wide variety of pottery, woodcraft, paintings, aromatherapy products and many more!

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Information courtesy of Grosvenor Galleries 

French Animation Festival - Alliance Francais

Date: 
Nov 25 - Nov 28

Venue: ALLIANCE FRANÇAISE DE LA JAMAÏQUE, 4 BRADLEY AVENUE, Kingston 10. Tel. (1876) 978-6996

Time: 7:00PM

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Please view the flyer for further details.

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Information courtesy of David Morrison 

 

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