Entertainment Diary, Tuesday November 1
FRIDAY, November 4
Kingston and St Andrew
Alpha Academy Sports Department presents Fish Fry and After Work Lyme at the school grounds, Alpha Academy, Kingston. Serving starts at noon. Cost: $1,200. Refreshments on sale.
This and every Friday, NK Deli and Salsa Society of Jamaica present Pre-Game Fridays, 2-4-1 Happy Hour, at New Kingston Conference Centre (upstairs New Kingston Business Centre). Free salsa classes at 6 p.m. Latin dancing continues until 10 p.m. Music by DJ Drizzy Dre & DJ Chan. Telephone: 754-8714.
This and every Friday, Jackpot Sports Bar presents Come Drink with Me, 42 Giltress Street, Rollington Town, Kingston 2. Every Friday and Saturday, reduced prices on all drinks, lots of giveaways, and free tokens to play slots.
The Embassy of Spain in Jamaica presents Flamenco, featuring Las Migas, at the Spanish Court Hotel, Kingston. Flamenco is an intricate folk form from Spain that utilises singing, dancing, and the playing of instruments (usually the guitar) all at once.
RJR and The Gleaner present Sweat, on the roof of the RJR Sports Club, 32 Lyndhurst Road, Kingston 5. Music by DJ Kurt Riley, Rodrick, Delly, Tropical, Xavier and Naz. Starts 7 p.m. Admission: $500. Food and drinks on sale.
Y Dem a Change Plan - Part Four, at 11 Grove Road, Kencot, Kingston 10. Music by Stone Love, Alanzo Hawk, Sean 13, and DJ Tom.
Jamaica Constabulary Force Narcotics Division presents Food Jamboree and Dance, at the Police Officers' Club, 34 Hope Road, Kingston 10. All proceeds in aid of a policeman in need of a liver transplant and a paralysed ex-policeman. Music by Stone Love. Tickets: $1,000.
SATURDAY, November 5
Krazy Kris of Kool 97 FM presents Reasons, A Night of Endless Love Songs, starting at 8 p.m., at Jewels International Resorts, Port Henderson Road, St Catherine. Music by Krazy Kris, SeOor Daley, and Michael Barnett. Admission: $800 presold, $1,000 at the gate.
Oberlin High School's 70th Anniversary Gala Reunion Dinner, at The Knutsford Court Hotel, 16 Chelsea Avenue, at 7:30 p.m. Guest speaker: Reverend Ronald Thwaites. Contribution per person is $6,500. Proceeds in aid of the school's computer lab. Contact Doreen Mallett for further information at 864-8110.
The Embassy of Spain in Jamaica presents Flamenco, featuring Las Migas, at Sam Sharpe Cultural Centre, Montego Bay. Flamenco is an intricate folk form from Spain, that utilises singing, dancing, and the playing of instruments (usually the guitar) all at once.
SUNDAY, November 6
Kingston & St Andrew
Bachelor Chef Cook-out at Police Officers' Club, 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. Admission: $2,500 presold and $3,000 at the gate.