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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 19 ARTS &amp; ENTERTAINMENT - June 25, 1998- 67 Steppin Reggae steel drums beating at Irish Eyes at Angler's By Jen Ellingsworth Each Wednesday to Sunday, let yourself be carried off by gentle trade winds to an exotic vista in the Caribbean. Only it won't be the Bahamas you'll visit, it'll be the waterfront in Lewes. Irish Eyes at Anglers in Lewes presents Calypso steel drummer Patrick Fleury-Charles on those days from 4 to 8 p.m. Patrick, as he is usually known, will play rain. or shine at the harborside restau- rant. Irish Eyes proprietor Jack Royal said even if it's raining patrons can enjoy the sounds of Patrick inside on the Irish Eyes stage. Patrick's infectious sound of the steel pan, the signature instrument of island music, is also available to take home when you leave Irish Eyes; he has a recording of his works, "B Natural," available on cassette. Patrick plays standards such as "Under the Sea," "Spanish Eyes," "Yellow Bird" and "Hot, Hot, Hot," just to mention a few. Patrick is the latest addition to a strong entertainment lineup at the Lewes Irish Eyes locale. The establishment also features regular entertainment on the weekends, including the Mighty Chihuahuas on Saturday, June 20, and the Wise Guys on Saturday, June 27. In Rehoboth, there's the Comedy Club on Monday nights, the Wise Guys on Wednesdays and another full lineup of entertainment each weekend to enjoy. Consult this section every week for updates about Irish Eyes entertainment. For information about Irish Eyes at Anglers in Lewes, call 645- 6888. For information about the Rehoboth location of Irish Eyes, call 227-2888. In other local entertainment news...Local favorites Love Seed Mama Jump have returned to the Rusty Rudder for their weekly gig. A sure sign that summer is indeed here, Love Seed mixes it up every Thursday night at the Dewey Beach establishment. Call 227- 3888 for more information. REHOBOTH BEACH Arena's Bar and Deli: 149 Rehoboth Ave. (in the Village by the Sea Mall). Monday nights - Acoustic Night. Friday, June 19 - Starbelly; Saturday, June 20 - Juli- et's Wishing Well; Sunday, June 21 - Scrapple; Wednesday, June 24 - The Naildrivers; Friday, June 26 - Gangster Pump; Saturday, June 27 - Velvet Waltz; Sunday, June 28 - Wild Men From Borneo. For information, call 227-1272. Dogf'tsh Head Brewings & Eats: 320 Rehoboth Ave. Friday, June 19 - Flatware; Saturday, June 20 - Hexbelt; Friday, June 26 - June Rich; Saturday, June 27 - Big Blow and the Bushwackers. For information, call 226-BREW (2739). Frogg Pond: First Street and Rehoboth Avenue. Karaoke every Thursday. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, June 19-21 - Red Letter Day; Friday, Saturday and Sun- day, June 26-28 - The Forecast. For information, call 227-2234. Irish Eyes Pub & Restau- rant: 15 Wilmington Ave. Come- dy Night every Monday night. Shows at 9 p.m. and 11 p.m., with two comedians at each show. Monday, June 22 - Justin Smith opening for "The Coach" Tom Whitely; Monday, June 29 - Angelo Lasada opening for Rich Ramirez. $5 cover charge. Reser- vations recommended. Tuesdays - acoustic rock by Harry 'O and Ed Shaner. Wednesdays - Live rock and roll by The Wise Guys. Fri- day, Saturday and Sunday, June 19-21 - Timlin & Kane; June 25- 28 - Danny Quinn. For informa- tion, call 227-2888. Sir Guy's: 243 Rehoboth Ave. Every Tuesday from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. - DJ Chris. Friday, June 19 - Herb T and the 7/10 Split; Saturday, June 20 - Orange Whip; Tuesday, June 23 - DJ Chris; Fri- day, June 26 - Zion Train; Satur- day, June 27 - Reverend 9 Head; Tuesday, June 30 - DJ Chris. For information, call 227-7616. Summer House Restaurant & Saloon: Rehoboth Avenue, across from the Rehoboth Beach Convention Hall. DJ Friday to Tuesday. Fridays are Beach Patrick Fleury-Charles brings his reggae steel drum music to the deck at Irish Eyes at Anglers, Wednesday to Sunday, fi-om 4 to 8 p.m. House Night giveaways. Satur- days are "Don and Mike Night." Half-Price Daiquiri & Bushwack- er Parties every Sunday from 5 to 8 p.m., followed by Sunday night games and promotions. Tuesdays are "Mooney's Iced Tea Night." For information, call 227-3895 or e-mail <sumhouse@dmv.com>. Sydney's Blues and Jazz Restaurant: 25 Christian St. Every Sunday from 7:30 to 11:30 p.m. - Nick Wayne. Friday and Saturday, June 19-20 - Leroy Hawkes and the Hipnotics; Mon- Continued on page 68 Lamp Post offers 'Sentimental Journey' back in time By Rosanne Pack For those who lived in and loved the era and even those who feel like they were born a few decades too late, the members of Footlight Productions have scheduled a "Sentimental Journey" back to the '40s. The round trip takes place in The Lamp Post Restaurant where time travelers can dine on a buffet meal while sitting in on a rendition of a musical variety radio show set during World War II. The dinner theatre scheduled for Thursday, June 25, features an original script written by Footlight members Suzette Riggin and Tom Sweeny. In addition to a full com- plement of songs that were popular during the war years, the audience will hear the news and commer- cials of southern Delaware, circa 1944. Riggin said war updates and, appropriately for Delmarva, crop reports, are all part of the entertain- ment. Letters fashioned after those from "the boys over there" and announcements of the local hap- penings will be read between songs made popular by the Andrews Sisters, Tommy Dorsey and Hoagy Carmichael. Riggin and .her real-life sister Shannon Dadzie perform famous Andrews Sisters tunes such as "Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree" and "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy." The production company is bringing "Sentimental Journey Radio Show" back to The Lamp Post by popular demand. Footlight was recently commissioned to pro- vide a private performance for a large tour party visiting the area and other patrons of the restaurant overheard the strains of songs such as "A Nightingale Sang in Berke- ley Square," "Stars Fell on Alaba- ma" and "A Tisket, a Tasket." "People who poked their heads in and heard us last month began to call and ask when they could see our show," said Sweeny. "The owners of The Lamp Post contact- ed us and we decided to schedule a show for the public." Continued on page 69 Rosanne Pack photo Ready to take dinner theatre audience members on a "Sentimental Journey" at The Lamp Post, cast members of Footlight Productions are (l-r) Orville Nichols, Shannon Dadzie, John "Ches" Warrener (seated), Suzette Riggin, Tom Sveeny and Jerry Mumford. (Not pictured, Rick Lawrence.) Dinner theatre is Thursday, June 25.