Thu | May 25, 2017

Quickies

Published:Friday | May 22, 2015 | 5:00 AM
Jenny (Zandriann Maye) comes on to Paul Coxmann (Hugh King in Night Work.
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Nightwork closes May 31

Hugh King's comedy Nightwork is scheduled to have its final performance at the Theatre Place, 8 Haining Road, New Kingston on Sunday, May 31.

Nightwork, a comedy-drama, tells the story of an illiterate prostitute who meets a sociology professor on Knutsford Boulevard late one night. As it turns out, the professor is not interested in her as a prostitute, but transforming her into a sophisticated lady.

To this end, he takes a year off from the university and teaches her to read and write, after which he sends her to secretarial school from where she graduates as an executive secretary.

Nightwork plays Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m and Sundays at 6 p.m. Nightwork is for mature audiences only.

 

Let's Go Dancin' returns to The Deck

The 25th staging of the Let's Go Dancin' party series will be at The Deck, 14 Trafalgar Rd, New Kingston on Sunday, beginning 6.00 p.m.

The main sponsors for the upcoming party are Monymusk Plantantion Rums, Kool 97FM; Seals and Engravables; Devon Bourne's Rubis HWT and Columbus Heights Condominiums, Ocho Rios.

The 'music maestro', Michael Barnett (Kool 97FM), will join Richie Clarke (The Deck/Kool 97FM) and DJ Welton Irie behind the wheels of steel, weaving their musical magic to create the non-stop dancing vibe that Let's Go Dancin' has become well known for.

Early bird prizes include a $10,000 courtesy of Seals & Engravables, plus 10 gallons of gas from Devon Bourne's Rubis in Half-Way Tree. Paying patrons who arrive between 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. have a chance of winning the prizes. In addition, the gate prize is a weekend for two at Columbus Heights Condominiums in Ocho Rios. The drawing is at midnight.

Let's Go Dancin' is a series of mature parties, specifically designed for holiday weekends in Kingston and Ocho Rios, featuring the popular Kool 97FM disc jockeys and their associates, providing non-stop dance music in comfortable and secure surroundings with easy access to parking facilities.

 

Heptones, History Man at Countryside

Countryside Fridays Live series will host The Heptones this evening. With hits such as Party Time, Book of Rules, Fatty Fatty, Sea of Love, and Sweet Talking, the three members, Robert Dacres, Earl 'Heptones' Morgan and Carlton 'Deh Deh' Scarlett, are planning a good performance.

The group has well over 60 songs to choose from, Gates open at 4:30 p.m. with a fully stocked bar and a kaleidoscope of food. Showtime is 8:30 p.m. with History Man as the opening act.

Countryside Club is at 7 Courtney Walsh Drive, off Eastwood Park Road.