- By Jan Critchley
Head to Sharky's tonight, Thursday 5th March at 7pm where "An Illustrated History of Road Town" will be presented by Mitch Kent PhD, FRGS who will be using old maps, drawings and photographs to tell the story of the development of Road Town from 1646 to the present day. Also tonight is full moon so head to the Full Moon Bacchanal at Foxy's Taboo, Diamond Cay, Jost Van Dyke or go to Paradise Club Sports Bar and Grille for their Masquerade Full Moon party with fire jugglers & dancers in Cane Garden Bay.
Bing's Drop Inn
Bing's Drop Inn, the iconic bar and art gallery located in Fat Hogs Bay is open every Tuesday to Saturday from 7pm until late. Established in 1974, Bing's has great music, dancing, cocktails, mouth-watering burgers and much more. Admire the original artwork or sit out on the breezy terrace overlooking the bay with a cocktail and a bite to eat, but do drop in - and check out this original after-dark party place soon!
Live Music at Myett's
This weekend treat yourself to some great live music at Myett's – all the way from Colorado, as part of their VI tour, Chris Thompson & The Coral Creek Band! The band puts on a high energy show appealing to audiences across the bluegrass, blues and jamband spectrum, playing genre-bending original music and unique renditions of traditional bluegrass tunes and Americana classics. Don't miss them at Myett's this Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm.
Head to Scaramouche lounge bar for their Sunset Party this Sunday, 8th March for great music, great food and a great vibe. For more info call 343-1602.
Spencer's Theatre of Illusion
If you enjoy a bit of magic in your life, then book your tickets today for Spencer's Theatre of Illusion at HLSCC on Friday, 6th March starting at 6:30pm. The production is a unique fusion of magic, illusion, humor and mystery and stands in stark contrast to the traditional magic show. The Spencers, dubbed, "Modern Day Houdinis" by critics present a big, high-tech stage show that combines drama, comedy, romance and suspense with elaborate stage illusions. Tickets are $20 for students and $30 for adults.
Fly the Flag
Monday, March 9th is Commonwealth Day and the Deputy Governor is inviting the public to the Territory's first observance of the "Fly the Flag for the Commonwealth Initiative." Everyone is invited to attend the event, which will begin at 9am at the Central Admin Building, and you will be a part of what is expected to be the largest coordinated raising of the Commonwealth Flag in history. So do your part and help make history at this multi time zone, multi-cultural event for people of all ages and every walk of life.