Father Ho Lung and Friends is staging its yearly play. Nothing new, but throughout the year when the priest's production is not the highlight of the theatrical world, much is happening.
Some have had successful careers, others not so much, but with no pension and having worked in an unpredictable industry, several veteran artistes have been faced with hard times since the end of their careers.
Roy Shirley was perhaps the most eccentric performer in Jamaican music, mesmerising audiences at various venues, including the Carib Theatre, with some superb, electrifying performances during the 1960s.
Retired Senior Superintendent Anthony 'Tony' Hewitt, who was shot last week Sunday on Donmair Close, St Andrew, and died a few hours later, is one of a handful of Jamaican policemen to be celebrated in dancehall song.
Richie Spice's Soothing Sounds album, due out digitally and physically on October 23, will present him in acoustic style - a stripped-down format currently attracting some interest (Toots and the Maytals recently did Unplugged at Strawberry Hill and Tarrus Riley's Mecoustic drops Tuesday).