Date Posted: August 04, 2008.
A Photo Display will be posted on the website in the not
too distant future.
Josee Harrigan and Encosee Richardson from the
Island Harbour Primary School - Prince &
Princess Winners 2008
Singing She-She - Ms. Shereena Richardson, Jr.
Calypso Monarch 2008 and first runner up in the
Female Calypso Monarch Competition 2008.
Queen B - Rebecca Webster, 2008 Female Calypso
took nearly 7 hours, with only short early interruptions due
to rain, but those who made it out on Sunday evening were
treated to a beautiful combination of a Prince & Princess
show, a Jr. Calypso Show and a Female Calypso Monarch
Competition at the Landsome Bowl Cultural Center. The
attendance was very good and the entertainment was worth
every penny of the attendance fee. Organisers must be
commended for the fabulous job done resulting in an
excellent contribution to the 2008 Anguilla Summer Festival.
The young participants in the Prince and Princess show,
represented the six primary schools; namely, Island Harbour
Primary, Morris Vanterpool Primary, Stoney Ground Primary,
Valley Primary, Road Primary and Alwyn Allison Primary. All
the contestants appeared to be well coached and prepped for
their appearances - making for a very enjoyable pageant of
high caliber. At the end of the night, the winning couple
were Josee Harrigan and Encosee Richardson from the Island
Harbour Primary School. Curdisia Samuel and Cristain Rogers
of the Alwyn Allison Primary school were first runner up .
The Jr. Calypso and the Female Calypso Monarch
competitions which followed, unveiled some very powerful
talent with memorable performances from several of the
contestants. Defending monarch, Singing Shea-Shea was
re-crowned after a very powerful rendition and singing Ke~
Ke was first runner up among a slate of tough
In a highly competitive field of female performers,
Queen B once again was outstanding and captured the Female
title. Singing She-She was first runner up and Calypso Ro,
2nd runner up. Without doubt, the top three are
capable to competing in and winning the Senior Calypso