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“Dream House | Architecture that makes a statement”
The Gleaner, 10 November 2019

Hanover Grange is a luxury stay in Jamaica

Theresa and Andrew Roberts have enjoyed time in the spotlight.
They have been interviewed on BBC and American TV stations, with their story being carried in every major national newspaper in the United Kingdom. They have been seen in the company of British prime ministers, those of the royal family and British high society. Our local media houses have also featured them.
I invite you to their Jamaican home so that we can fully appreciate what the hellacious hullabaloo is all about.

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“Theresa and Andrew Roberts, longstanding patrons of the Royal Drawing School”
The Gleaner, 30 June 2019

Andrew and Theresa Roberts meet Prince Charles at Gala Dinner 2019

The annual dinner for patrons and supporters of the Royal Drawing School hosted by Prince Charles and held at Buckingham Palace had a distinctly Jamaican theme this year. The two keynote speeches were made by Oliver Macdonald Oulds and Cherie Smith, the two artists selected for the Hanover Grange Residency in Jamaica this year. Both speakers were enthusiastic about the opportunity afforded to them to work and paint in Jamaica for two weeks. The Hanover Grange Residency is funded by Theresa and Andrew Roberts who are longstanding patrons of the Royal Drawing School, and Buckingham Palace habitues.

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“Reggae Girlz are bringing their own style to France 2019”
Inside World Football, 11 June 2019

Last time Jamaica were in a World Cup final tournament in France was in 1998 when the Reggae Boyz instantly won hearts and minds as every football fan’s favourite second team. Now it’s the Reggae Girlz turn to bring the athleticsm and joy in the style only Jamaicans can.
Currently the top women’s national football team in the Caribbean region and the first one to ever qualify for the FIFA Women’s World Cup, they open their campaign against Brazil on June 9.
Their rise to competing on the biggest football stage of all has been a rags to riches story.
The team is backed by ambassador Cedella Marley, the daughter of the late Bob Marley, who aids in raising awareness for the team and encourages development as well as providing for it financially.
Now with the Jamaica National Building Society as a sponsor, Marley has pushed this group of players and the women’s game from the fringes of sport in Jamaica to the centre of the nation’s consciousness.
Along the way they have gathered the support of the Jamaican diaspora, particularly in the UK, where the
team were hosted last week in London by Theresa and Andrew Roberts, owners of the Jamaica Patty Company and the Hanover Grange Estate in Jamaica.

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Reggae Girlz are bringing their own style to France 2019

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“Theresa and Andrew Roberts & the Reggae Girlz team”
The Gleaner, 7 June 2019

Jamaica Patty Company’s Theresa Roberts (centre) flanked by Reggae Girlz team members, who she hosted at her home in London on their way to the World Cup in France. Jamaica Patty Company’s Theresa Roberts ­recently hosted the Reggae Girlz and their team ­members at her home in London on their way to the World Cup in France. It was quite a ­delightful affair, and we have the highlights.

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“Mica Sings Ella at Hanover Grange”

The Style Observer, 9 December, 2018

Mica Paris's voice is not one of those play-in-the-background-while-cleaning or heard-everyday-on-the-radio pop voices. Hers is the kind of voice that could be the soundtrack of a revolution; the kind that makes you wish you had half that talent; the kind that invites the Holy Spirit to wash over the pews of a church. She has enjoyed tremendous fame, sung with Prince onstage and has successfully toured her Mica Sings Ella project all over the world. And on Tuesday, December 5 Jamaica got its turn... once more.

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Singer Mica Paris performs at Hanover Grange

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“Jazz thrilled the Second City”

The Gleaner, 8 December, 2018

Jazz great Mica Paris was as enthralled by her audience as they were with her. They were also equally impressed by the competence of pianist Lloyd Shirley, assigned to play alongside the jazz sensation on Tuesday night at Hanover Grange at the fabulous Tryall Club in Hanover.
Philanthropist Theresa Roberts and husband Andrew opened up their Jamaican villa to an intimate group of music lovers all in the name of charity. This year's recipients were the advocacy group Sarah's Children and the Women's Health Network.
When Paris entered the miniature stage and opened her mouth in tribute to Ella Fitzgerald, the audience was totally blown away, and many were pleasantly surprised.

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“Extravagant Mica Paris event”

The Gleaner, 7 December, 2018

The Hanover Grange Villa at the Tryall Club was on metaphorical fire on Tuesday night, as renowned UK-based jazz vocalist Mica Paris wowed lovers of the music genre in what was her second charity concert performance in Jamaica.
The fourth generation Jamaican's entire performance, dubbed 'Mica Paris Sings Ella', was dedicated to the Queen of Jazz, Ella Fitzgerald, who is known for hits such as Old McDonald, Dream a Little Dream of Me and Summertime.
The event was staged by English/Jamaican philanthropist Theresa Roberts, assisted by Richard Ferdinand of Tryall and friends, in aid of Sarah's Children and Women's Health Network.
For event host Theresa Roberts, it was her utmost pleasure to once again stage the annual fundraiser, on a night outside the weekend and still get maximum support.
"I knew we were gonna love it, because her voice is so special and I know about her Jamaican heritage and her grandparents, so I knew it was gonna be good, so I was glad when she said yes."

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Richard and Mica Paris at Hanover-Grange

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“Mica Paris at Hanover Grange”

The Style Observer, 6 December, 2018

If you've never heard of British soul singer Mica Paris, not to worry: we'll fix that. Described by Abu Dhabi news outlet The National as “your favourite singer's preferred artist”, Paris has a voice that's part Dame Shirley Bassey and part Anita Baker. These vocal chops brought her fame at a young age and have afforded her the opportunity to sing alongside Prince (RIP) on-stage and tour globally.

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A jazz singer performs at villa Hanover Grange

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“Cocktails With... Mica Paris”

The Style Observer, 2 December, 2018

British soul songstress Mica (pronounced Misha) Paris knows how to work a room. Tall, engaging and blessed with amazing pipes, the international singing sensation is celebrating her 25th year in the music biz. On The Rock for a vacay, Paris is the house guest of art enthusiast and philanthropist Theresa Roberts and her private equity lawyer hubby Andrew Roberts at their palatial Hanover Grange abode at Tryall, Hanover. After wowing guests with a spirited musical performance at a fund-raiser at the Roberts' home, the jovial, wickedly funny Paris shares couch space and cocktails with us.

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Portrait of singer Mica Paris performing at Hanover Grange

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“An aerial shot of the breathtaking Hanover Grange”

The Style Observer, 2 December, 2018

British Jamaican philanthropist and Caribbean art collector Theresa Roberts will host a benefit for the Cornwall Regional Hospital and the Women's Health Network, Jamaica at her Hanover Grange private estate on Tuesday, December 4.
Roberts is affording Jamaicans a second rare treat of enjoying British chanteuse Mica Paris perform live. Mica Sings Ella is Paris's touring show (and title of her 2017 album) that has enjoyed thunderous applause across the Pond. For Paris, Ella Fitzgerald has been overlooked as the musical lens at the time was focused on her contemporary, Billie Holiday.

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“Artists in Residence”
The Style Observer, 29 July 2018

Jamaica-born UK resident and promoter of all things Rock and fab Theresa Roberts has established The Hanover Grange Jamaica Residency in conjunction with Prince Charles’s Royal Drawing School.

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NIRVANA MAGAZINE 12 September 2016
One of the newest additions to the world famous Tryall Club, Hanover Grange, has become one of the highest profile, privately owned villas in the Caribbean, welcoming a succession of international celebrities, politicians and business leaders as guests.

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JAMAICAN OBSERVER 4 September 2016 – TR60 Climaxes at the Grange
Superstar Beenie Man — or Moses Davis — descended the imperial staircase of that much-talked-about Tryall Club villa belonging to philanthropists/ restaurateurs Theresa and Andrew Roberts

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THE GLEANER 2 September 2016 – Sir Willard, Lady Sylvia delight at Tryall
A magnificent performance by Jamaica-born, UK-based bass-baritone Sir Willard White and his wife, Lady Sylvia, was saluted with a standing ovation last Wednesday night.

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THE GLEANER 2 September 2016 – Theresa Roberts' Big Birthday Bash
A private party administered by the 'Doctor' Moses 'Beenie Man' Davis was the medicine that UK-based Jamaica-born businesswoman Theresa Roberts needed to bring the curtain down on her month-long birthday celebration on Tuesday.

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JAMAICAN OBSERVER 21 August 2016 – Video: Hanover Grange Presents...
An unplanned encounter with Jamaica Patty Company co-principal Theresa Roberts occurred one afternoon in London, when nationalistic curiosity lured the bass-baritone Sir Willard White into the former’s New Row, Covent Garden restaurant digs.

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THE GLEANER 19 August 2016 – Opera Thrills At Trial Club
Andrew Roberts and wife Theresa in a playful mood at their Hanover Grange home, where guests were treated to opera from the great Sir Willard White and his wife, Lady Sylvia, on Wednesday night.

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Hanover Grange was the venue for a charitable ballet recital
with Ballet dancer Ashley Murphy, Venus Villa, Nardia Boodoo, and Royal Ballet soloist Murphy Fernando Montaño:

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Colombian grand master of ballet makes debut in Jamaica
Having commanded stages in Spain, Italy, Turkey, China, Japan, the USA, Mexico, Cuba, Russia, Panama, and his homeland, Colombia, the grand master of ballet, Fernando Montano, made his Jamaica debut on Wednesday evening at Hanover Grange, Tryall Club.

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A Starry Night
Costumed in Vivienne Westwood, The Royal Ballet soloist Fernando Montaño, in from London, was the main attraction as Hanover Grange at The Tryall Club became a stage for classical ballet, last Wednesday evening.

 Costumed in Vivienne Westwood, The Royal Ballet soloist Fernando Montaño, in from London, was the main attraction as Hanover Grange at The Tryall Club became a stage for classical ballet, last Wednesday evening.

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An evening of excellence at Hanover Grange
Standing out in red is the evening’s host, Theresa Roberts

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THE GLEANER 5 August 2016 –
Royal Ballet’s Fernando Montano for Hanover Grange
Jamaica-born United Kingdom based philanthropist Theresa Roberts will open her Hanover Grange home at the exclusive Tryall Club for a night tagged 'Swan Lake' with renowned soloist Fernando Montano.

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ALL WOMAN 06 June 2016 – Vows - The Bonds Of Love – Jessica Hue's Wedding
UK-based publicist and entrepreneur Jessica Huie, MBE, wed business exec Kwame Springer in Jamaica on Tuesday, May 3 at the Hopewell Baptist Church in Hanover. The reception followed at the exclusive estate – Hanover Grange, Tryall Club.

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Opera Opulence at Hanover Grange
with Soprano Christina Collier and Tenor Gilles San Juan
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Sunday, March 22, 2015

The mellifluous voice of the evening’s opera singers resonated through Hanover Grange.

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Sunday, March 22, 2015

How has Jamaica been for you?
A paradise on earth. The colours and joy of the people are breathtaking.

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Friday, April 3, 2015

French soprano Christina Collier performing at Hanover Grange.

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Soprano Christina Collier and tenor Gilles San Juan at Hanover Grange.

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Theresa and Andrew Roberts talk about Hanover Grange, their modern villa on Jamaica's Tryall Club

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Isabell Kristensen Goes from Dressing Princess Charlene of Monaco to ‘The Darling Buds Of Jamaica’
Jamaica Holds First Ever ‘Haute-Couture’ Fashion Show In Its 400 Year History
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IIsabell Kristensen holdt modeshow på Jamaica
Modedesigneren blev inviteret til at holde et helt særligt show af en god ven.
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Montego Bay International Fashion Nights at Hanover Grange
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Winter/Spring 2013/14

Couture at Hanovergrange
Designer Isabell Kristensen presented her collection "Dusk 'til Dawn".

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Designed to Rock

Not many designers explore the length and breadth of a country before beginning their designs. UK-based Danish designer Isabell Kristensen did exactly that, paying a compliment to Jamaica and Jamaicans.
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The fabulous couturier and high-flying member of the global jet set Isabell Kristenen graced our shores with a luxurious after-dark presentation from her stunning Dusk To Dawn collection.
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Theresa Roberts unveils Medina, Dusk to Dawn
Renowned as Jamaica's unofficial ambassador across Europe, art buff, Theresa Roberts, with the support of husband, Andrew, took fashion lovers to the apex of delight over two nights when she unveiled 'Medina' and 'Dusk to Dawn' in the tourism capital.
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Isabell Kristensen

Isabell Kristensen, the Danish-born couture designer who has dressed some of the world's most beautiful and talented women — think Nicole Kidman, Shania Twain, Jerry Hall, Helena Christensen, Ivana and Ivanka Trump, Liza Minnelli, the Spice Girls, Amanda Holden and Paris Hilton (and we've not even scratched the surface yet) — will present her collection Dusk 'til Dawn at Hanover Grange, the Tryall home of international socialites Andrew and Theresa Roberts.
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The stunning Soul Food actress Nia Long is enjoying a week's vacay in Jamaica and is in residence at Hanover Grange, Tryall Country Club.

A Moment with... Nia Long
Jamaica Observer, Sunday, February 24, 2013

I'm an island girl so I can't get enough of the Caribbean and Jamaica is definitely one of my favourite islands. I've been here as a host of Caribbean Fashion Week in the past and for several vacations.

What are you up to this time around?
This trip is purely for fun as my girlfriend Jessica Huie and I are guests of the fabulous Theresa Roberts at Hanover Grange. Her home is just beautiful and every suite is named after a famous Jamaican artist - I'm in the Barrington Watson suite and Jess is in the Albert Huie suite (naturally.)

What's motherhood like the second time around?
Motherhood is not easy but it is natural, and I am having a wonderful time enjoying baby Kez (Kez's father is basketball star Ime Udoka). I have never been happier...

See full article in Jamaica Observer, Sunday, February 24, 2013

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Hanover Grange has become the destination of choice for the global fabulocracy thanks to art enthusiast and philanthropist Theresa Roberts and her private equity lawyer husband Andrew. Last week was no exception as SO discovered when we dropped in for drinks ahead of heading to the Sugar Cane Ball. Read the article

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It might have been the height of Olympic fever in his homeland,
but David Haye is just fine leaving it behind and holidaying at Hanover Grange in Tryall, Hanover. Read the article

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International Recording Star Mica Paris was the headline act at a charity concert and cocktail party held at Hanover Grange, Jamaica, on 19th March.
The concert was in aid of The Edna Manley Foundation which was represented on the night by Patricia Ramsey
Supporting acts were Kevor Williams and Tallulah Rendell.
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JAMAICA OBSERVER LIFESTYLE: SO has thus far shared 23 Jamaican 'wows' — from the majestic natural views of Blue Mountain peak to the unique over-water dining experience of Floyd's Pelican Bar. The countdown continues this week with an exclusive peek at a few of those luxe abodes right here on The Rock, including the city once billed "the wickedest" in the world and a cliff-side attraction that offers an adrenaline rush of a jump.
Global A-listers like Ivana Trump, ex-wife of business mogul Donald Trump; British paparazzi magnet Nancy Dell'Olio; singer Mica Paris; Prussian Prince Frederick Alexander Von Preussen; and construction heir and film producer Hamish McAlpine have given Hanover Grange two thumbs up after experiencing its magnificence. Home of art enthusiast Theresa Roberts and her private equity attorney-at-law husband Andrew Roberts, Hanover Grange was built with Theresa's two passions in mind: her love for Jamaica and her love for the arts.
The house showcases classic Jamaican art from icons like Barrington Watson and Albert Huie, as well as contemporary pieces from Monique Lofters and Kristina Rowe. On entering, one is stunned by the jaw-dropping Schonbek black crystal chandeliers. Other features include the infinity pool, and Hanover Grange-embroidered Ralph Lauren linen. Read more in Jamaica Observer online
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Cocktails with Nancy

Art enthusiast Theresa Roberts entertains in spectacular fashion
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Making waves:
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March 2012: She is fabulous at 50 - and more than happy to show off her impressive figure. Nancy Dell'Olio isn't shy as she emerges from the sea in Jamaica in a skimpy swimsuit, re-creating that famous beach scene from Dr No.

Prince Harry of Wales

Last week was a very eventful one that started with a visit by Prince Harry of Wales, and closed with International Women's Day.

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Nancy Dell’Olio — in Donna Karan — seen here at King’s House meeting Prince Harry, revealed that he is her celebrity crush. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
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Davon Crump, president of the Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce, Theresa Roberts and TV star Nancy Dell'Olio, made their grand entrance.

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All for Jamaica's art, and happy birthdays

Tryall homeowner Theresa Roberts (right) and international recording artist Mica Paris at the Hanover Charities 'Shipwrecked' Sugar Cane Ball last Saturday night at the Round Hill Hotel and Villas in Hanover. - Photo by Janet Silvera.

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New Kind of Island Living

MACO Caribbean Living – Featured article December 19, 2011
Text by Leisha Chen Young, photographs by Paul Stoppi

Embracing Jamaican and European aesthetics, couple creates a house of contrasts on Jamaica’s west coast
Hanover Grange is a home of harmonious incongruities. It is the definition of an oxymoron. A space where delicate steelmesh sculpted torsos blend with an iconic black and white photo of Edna Manley, and a colourful dancehall-inspired painting by Kristina Rowe. It is a seamless marriage of opposites, much like its owners...
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David Haye and his family stayed at Hanover Grange for 4 weeks after his fight with Wladimir Klitschko on the 2nd of July 2011.

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Jamaican government officials at Cadogan Square, London.

Event hosts Theresa and Andrew Roberts joined guests Tourism Minister Ed Bartlett and more...
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Something Extra

24 February 2011

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Sugar Cane Ball 2011

Photos: The New York Social Diary: http://www.newyorksocialdiary.com/node/1905583
The annual Sugar Cane Ball, the largest charity event in Jamaica each year was held at Round Hill in Montego Bay, Jamaica. The theme was “Alice In Wonderland.” Round Hill’s director Josef Forstmayr was the Mad Hatter. All of the 360 guests were in costume.
Among the guests: Daisy Soros, Veronique and Bob Pittman, Chris Blackwell, Lennox Lewis, Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia, David and Jill Gilmour, Palm Beach jewelry designer Helga Wagner; painter Helmut KohlNan Brenninkmeyer and her son Charles. Ivana Trump, who was the houseguest of Teresa and Andrew Roberts, celebrated her birthday at the ball.

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