Some of Cayman’s talented poets and
performers were at the Bodden Town Civic Centre on Saturday, 14 August to do
what they do best.
The special night of mature entertainment
provided a collection of fun and interactive atmosphere for all.
The event, hosted by a group of
people who want to make a difference in the community by sharing their artistic
talents, provided a night of readings, dance, poetry and listening. Open Mic
also provided a unique opportunity for the public to express themselves, and a
night of entertainment for those who just wanted to sit back and listen.
A number of locally produced short
films, such as Re-launching Exposed and The Unseen Truth, Cayman’s first
digital short movie directed by Rod Chesnut, were also shown.
Event organiser Adonza Harrison
said taking the entertainment to each of the districts gave adult residents the
opportunity to make a difference by sharing their talents with others and teens
a chance to do something positive over the summer during school break.
“It was so refreshing to see all
the first talent perform,” said Ms Harrison. “Most of the performers were
pleased at the opportunity to express themselves in front of an audience and to
receive good feedback.”
During school break in December,
organisers will be hosting another drama night in the district of George Town.
Anyone wishing to perform positive
and inspirational dance, poetry or singing can contact Adonza Harrison at