Media mogul and broadcaster Lady Rennae who recently added the cap of promoter to her growing list of titles is once again set to raise the bar on Jamaican entertainment.
Follow the overwhelming success of the inaugural staging of her ‘Come Mek Wi Laugh’ comedy series which culminated on June 11th. Plans are now afoot to take the show on the road. It’s understood an island-wide tour will commence in the foreseeable future covering the length and breadth of the island.
In a release to the media a very jocund Lady Rennae stated, “The season was a great one, the support was overwhelming and I can’t thank the patrons and sponsors enough for their unrelenting support. Since the first staging we’ve been receiving extensive feedback from other parishes about bringing the show to their neck of the woods. So we have listened and are about to make it a reality. ”
The series which ran from March 26th to June 11th created history by becoming the first live comedic offering to stage thirteen (13) consecutive episodes featuring fresh comedic and musical talent at each. This achievement was due in part to the hard working supporting cast at Fosters Rental, Muss Buss Project, Puls8 Complex and Food Delights. Honourable mention must also be given to the very skillful comedians who kept patrons in stitches with their spine tingling humour namely: Donald ‘Iceman’ Anderson, Christopher ‘Johnny’ Daley, Bello, Blacka, Pretty Boy Floyd, Leighton Smith, Dufton Shepherd, veterans Prince Edwards & Sample Man and actress turn comedian Suzette ‘Back Road’ Barrett who is also the recipient of an Actor Boy Award among others.
Though tight-lipped about the details surrounding the island-wide tour the broadcaster hinted that the first stop may be St. Catherine.