Entertainment Diary, Friday, October 7
FRIDAY, October 7
This and every Friday, NK Deli and Salsa Society of Jamaica present Pre-Game Fridays, 2-4-1 Happy Hour, at New Kingston Conference Centre (upstairs New Kingston Business Centre). Free salsa classes at 6 p.m. Latin dancing continues until 10 p.m. Music by DJ Drizzy Dre & DJ Chan. Telephone: 754-8714.
This and every Friday, Jackpot Sports Bar presents Come Drink with Me, 42 Giltress Street, Rollington Town, Kingston 2. Every Friday and Saturday, reduced prices on all drinks, lots of giveaways and free tokens to play slots.
Boss Lady, Wear Weh Yuh Have Edition, at Top Deck Sports Bar, Glengoffe. Music by Killa Tone, DJ Shawn, San Hype and DJ Specialist. Pictures by On Fleek.
Kingston & St Andrew
Movements Dance Company of Jamaica presents More Than Conquerors, at the Little Theatre, Arthur Wint Drive. Tickets available at the Little Theatre and MegaMart.
Gully Side Family presents Ovo the Elite Career Edition, at the corner of Love and Manning streets, Jones Town. Music by White Star, selector DJ Unknown. Photos by Bokeh. Best-dressed female wins $10,000.
SATURDAY, October 8
Movements Dance Company of Jamaica presents More Than Conquerors, at the Little Theatre, Arthur Wint Drive, Kingston. Tickets available at the Little Theatre and MegaMart.
SUNDAY, October 9
Release Party Series presents Pool Party at 8 Upper Melwood, Cherry Gardens, from 6 p.m. to midnight. Admission: $1,000, food included.
FRIDAY, October 14
Nazareth Past Students' Sports Day, at the Nazareth All-Age School. Events include needle and thread, egg and spoon and potato races, relays and more. Prizes will be awarded to winners.
Hillz Jamboree, at Maidstone Square. Performances by Sizzla Kalonji, Turbulence, Lion Man, and Abajoni Kush. Music by St Bess Most Wanted, Iceberg Million, Jacks International, Sonic 71 and Black Venom. Gate prize: 50 chickens and a bag of feed.
SATURDAY, October 15
Kingston & St Andrew
Pauline, as 'Sister P', presents her Birthday Party, at the corner of Love and Manning streets, Jones Town. Music by Popular Disco. Food on the house.