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‘Catherine Musgrave – An African Odyssey’ A New Play by the University Players

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May 22 2016 - 6:00pm

The new production by Jamaica’s award-winning University Players explores the fascinating life story of Catherine Mulgrave, and is based on the research of eminent UWI scholar, Professor Maureen Warner-Lewis as well as other historical sources. 

Catherine began her life in Luanda, now in modern-day Angola. She was abducted into slavery, and after the ship in which she was held captive wrecked off the southern shores of Jamaica in 1833 en route to Havana, she was brought ashore and subsequently adopted by then Governor of Jamaica, Constantine Henry Phipps, the Earl of Mulgrave and his wife Maria, the Countess of Mulgrave.

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Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts
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Staff
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Students
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Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts
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876-977-9770

‘Catherine Mulgrave – An African Odyssey’ A New Play by the University Players

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May 21 2016 - 8:00pm

The new production by Jamaica’s award-winning University Players explores the fascinating life story of Catherine Mulgrave, and is based on the research of eminent UWI scholar, Professor Maureen Warner-Lewis as well as other historical sources. 

Catherine began her life in Luanda, now in modern-day Angola. She was abducted into slavery, and after the ship in which she was held captive wrecked off the southern shores of Jamaica in 1833 en route to Havana, she was brought ashore and subsequently adopted by then Governor of Jamaica, Constantine Henry Phipps, the Earl of Mulgrave and his wife Maria, the Countess of Mulgrave.

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Staff
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Students
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General Public
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Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts
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876-977-9770

‘Catherine Mulgrave – An African Odyssey’ A New Play by the University Players

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May 20 2016 - 8:00pm

The new production by Jamaica’s award-winning University Players explores the fascinating life story of Catherine Mulgrave, and is based on the research of eminent UWI scholar, Professor Maureen Warner-Lewis as well as other historical sources. 

Venue: 
Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts
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Staff
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Students
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General Public
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Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts
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876-977-9770

‘Catherine Mulgrave – An African Odyssey’ A new Play by the University Players

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May 15 2016 - 6:00pm

The new production by Jamaica’s award-winning University Players explores the fascinating life story of Catherine Mulgrave, and is based on the research of eminent UWI scholar, Professor Maureen Warner-Lewis as well as other historical sources. 

Catherine began her life in Luanda, now in modern-day Angola. She was abducted into slavery, and after the ship in which she was held captive wrecked off the southern shores of Jamaica in 1833 en route to Havana, she was brought ashore and subsequently adopted by then Governor of Jamaica, Constantine Henry Phipps, the Earl of Mulgrave and his wife Maria, the Countess of Mulgrave.

Venue: 
Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts
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Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts
Tel: 
876-977-9770

‘Catherine Mulgrave – An African Odyssey’ A New Play by the University Players

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May 14 2016 - 8:00pm

The new production by Jamaica’s award-winning University Players explores the fascinating life story of Catherine Mulgrave, and is based on the research of eminent UWI scholar, Professor Maureen Warner-Lewis as well as other historical sources. 

Catherine began her life in Luanda, now in modern-day Angola. She was abducted into slavery, and after the ship in which she was held captive wrecked off the southern shores of Jamaica in 1833 en route to Havana, she was brought ashore and subsequently adopted by then Governor of Jamaica, Constantine Henry Phipps, the Earl of Mulgrave and his wife Maria, the Countess of Mulgrave.

Venue: 
Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts, UWI Mona Campus
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Staff
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Students
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General Public
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Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts
Tel: 
876-977-9770

"Uncaged Expressions"

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May 5 2016 - 7:00pm - 10:00pm

The organisers of this event promises patrons that this event will be a great one. You can't afford to miss it. 

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Phillip Sherlock Centre for the Performing Arts , The UWI, Mona
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Staff
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Natasha Bowen-Brown

Reggae Documentary - Kingston Crossroads

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Mar 31 2016 - 7:00pm

On Thursday, March 31st at 7:00 p.m., the documentary "Kingston Crossroads" will be screened at the Faculty of Medical Sciences, UWI, Mona in Lecture Theatre 3. The documentary is directed by German film-makers Oliver Becker and Jonas Schaul who will answer questions after the screening. “Kingston Crossroads” brilliantly tells the intimate stories of several fascinating characters whose lives intersect in the city. The documentary features Kabaka Pyramid, Micah Shemaiah, Leroy ‘Jah B’ Smith, Earl ‘Chinna’ Smith, Luciano, Gabre Selassie, Matthias Roulecko, Exile Di Brave, Mau Mau and I Nation.  The public is invited to attend and admission is free.

Venue: 
Faculty of Medical Sciences, Lecture Theatre 3
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General Public
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Doniq Salmon
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876-927-2217

UnCajed Melodies 2

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Apr 10 2016 - 6:00pm

The 2016 concert season of The UWI Classical and Jazz Ensemble (CAJE) will be held April 9 and 10 at Philip Sherlock Theatre. The performance on Saturday 9 starts at 8 PM, for more details kindly contact the Jamaica Anaesthetists Association. The performance on Sunday 10 starts at 6 PM, details as per the attached poster, tickets available at the Philip Sherlock Centre office. 

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The Philip Sherlock Theatre
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Staff
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Love Affair with Literature 5

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Mar 6 2016 - 11:00am - 1:00pm

The Department of Literatures in English in association with Kingston Book Festival announces the 5th staging of "Love Affair with Literature", on Sunday March 6, 2016 at 11:00 am at the Neville Hall Lecture Theatre (N1). All are invited to attend.

Venue: 
Neville Hall Lecture Theatre
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General Public
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Doniq Salmon
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927-2217

Miss Mary Seacole Hall 2016 Pageant

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Mar 5 2016 - 7:00pm - 10:00pm

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Mary Seacole Hall's Dining Room
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General Public
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Rochell/Sabrina
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278-1239/427-8895

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