Today is April Fool’s but this weekend’s activities are no joke! There is a ram packed list of events guaranteed to keep Guyanese occupied as we head into the month of April.TODAY
Poetry fans will be happy to know that after a lengthy hiatus, their beloved ‘Jazz and Poetry on a Stool’ will once again be hosted at Julian’s Bar on Cummings Street from 19:30hrs. The event has become a favourite among young artists, and is seen as a suitable replacement for Upscale Poetry Night.
Tonight’s event will see performances from local artistes such as Gavin Mendonca and Music Unlimited, and will also feature spoken word poetry from seasoned poets. For those looking to get their voice heard, ‘Open Mic’ will be in full effect as well! And the best part about it? Admission is free!
**The St. Stanislaus College Association is taking Guyanese back in time with its Retro Party which will be hosted at the 704 Lounge, Lamaha Street. Enjoy hits from the lively 70s era. Dress for the occasion or come as you are, but enjoy the 70s vibe nonetheless. Tickets are $2,000 beforehand, and $3,000 at the gate.
**Next Level Entertainment will be celebrating their colleague, Travis Shepherd’s birthday in style with Champagne Life VI at Palm Court.
We all know that this youngster usually celebrates in style, and this year is no exception! And, clearly, they’re prepared for large groups of celebrators, with champagne giveaways to groups of 10 persons or more.
**Planning on getting married? Great! Roraima Airways will be hosting its eighth annual Wedding Expo at the Duke Lodge from 17:30 hours. This event premises to be a one-stop-shop for persons beginning that lifelong journey of bliss, and will feature counselling and planning services, dress and honeymoon options and many more.
Tomorrow, Future Entertainment will make partygoers live their dreams with Fantasy at Palm Court. Music will be played by popular DJs Shizzle, Diamond and many more.
The Ministry of Health will host an awareness walk to promote Occupational Safety and Health.
The walk will begin at the Bank of Guyana at 07:00hrs. Persons are encouraged to come out and learn about how they can protect themselves in the workplace at all times.
**The Guyana Hindu Dharmic Sabha will grace Guyanese with legendary singer Sunidhi Chauhan in Concert at the National Stadium on Sunday.
The singer has enjoyed great fame, and was nominated for the prestigious Filmfare Awards 14 times, winning with her popular songs Beedi Jalaile and Sheila Ki Jawani.
Fans can expect Sunidhi to sing some well-known classics of yesteryear, as well as her own super hit songs. Gates open at 19:00hrs.