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Postcard from Scotland: JA Youth Theatre attends Aberdeen Int'l Festival

Published:Thursday | August 10, 2017 | 8:56 PM
Jamaica's delegation pose with the Festival’s mascot ‘Benie’ on arrival in Scotland.
Jamaica Youth Theatre president, Kellesia Ebanks, carried the Jamaican flag during the opening ceremony.
Akeem Mignott, Kellesia Ebanks and Danar Royal doing an interview with a Scottish television station.
Members of Jamaica Youth Theatre along with chaperone Quindell Ferguson and Stewart Aitken (artistic director) of AIYF (centre) at the end of the Opening Ceremony.
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The Jamaica Youth Theatre joined over 1,000 other young performing artistes from 15 countries across the world for the Aberdeen International Youth Festival (AIYF) 2017 earlier this month.  

The Festival was staged in Aberdeen and the North-East region of Scotland under the auspices of the council of the City of Aberdeen. 

Here are some snapshots from Scotland. See full story in tomorrow's Gleaner.