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Dinner Theatre

Seating 6:30 show 7 to 9:30 family friendly!

Tuesday – Back by popular demand!  

My Island Home:  A Stompin’ Tom Story

Written by Erin Dunn-Keefe featuring talented local entertainers and meal show casing PEI culinary delights with a local flare!

A Canadian History class is on a field trip and dinner at the new Stompin’ Tom centre. The students, led by Mrs O’Brien, their aging History teacher, are disengaged and disillusioned with Canadian history,and life on the Island. The teacher is determined to instill Canadian pride in the teens but so far no luck. The students encounter the spirit of Stompin’ Tom who tells stories and sings songs that encourage the teens to be proud of PEI (Bud the Spud), to embrace hard work ( Tillsonburg), to understand our history of working away ( To it and And At it), to stick it out with love ( Luke’s Guitar). As the story of the teens intertwines with Tom’s they grow to see that Canada, its history and its people are exciting and a source of pride. The teacher, who doesn’t believe the teens about Tom’s off and on appearances is in for her own life changing experience!

Thursday – New for 2018! 

My Stompin’ Grounds – A Stompin’ Tom Story

The year is 1999 and Stompin Tom has come home for the Welcome Home Celebrations in Tignish. At the conclusion of his show, spinster twin sisters, Aunt Bernadine and Aunt Eileen Doyle, are all atwitter as Tom has accepted their invitation to come to their house for a little party after the show. Driven by their desire to find out which sister is Tom’s favourite, they battle for the legend’s attention. Meanwhile, their niece, Samantha Doyle, a newly graduated journalist, is determined to squeeze a juicy story out of Tom to make her mark. Tom does have a protector, luckily, in the form of the sisters’ nephew, Hubie Hackett, an Irish mosser who is also the self proclaimed police presence. Will Tom stick around his Stompin Grounds or hitchhike off to better, and saner, horizons? Join us for a chef prepared meal and find out!

Quotes from Erin…

“For this year’s show, I really wanted to focus on the strength of Tom’s relationships with people. He really was a loyal friend to many. I talked with Karen and Floyd Keefe over the winter about Tom’s special devotion to Freda Keefe, who passed away at 104 this winter. I was also saddened to hear of the death of his dear friend John Farrington and parts of this show are a testament to that kind of friendship. If only we could all be so lucky to have a friend like Tom.”

“My Stompin’ Grounds has a slightly different feel to My Island Home. The stories are different, most of the songs are different, but the feeling, I hope, is the same. Tom had a fierce love for Canada, Canadians and especially the people of Skinners Pond. Anyone, from any part of the world, will love this show, but this show also has a special tip of the hat to Skinners Pond and its people.”

“Someone once asked me, why don’t you write a serious play about Tom? After all my research, one thing I have learned for certain: Tom loved to laugh. He had his serious moments, to be sure, and was an exceptionally deeply spiritual man, but like all deeply spiritual people, he knew the value of great and hearty laugh.”

Please note additional shows will be added on Monday and Wed as required to fill demand as the season gets busier in July and Aug!

Dinner Theatre Menus 2018

    Monday Evening

    • Fresh Garden Salad
    • Breaded Chicken Breast w/ Hollandaise Sauce
    • Garlic Mashed Potatoes
    • Prince Edward Blend Vegetables
    • Mashed Turnip and Parsnips
    • Strawberry Shortcake or Chocolate Cake w/ Boiled Frosting

    Tuesday Evening

    • Greek Salad
    • Roasted Beef w/ Rich Beef Gravy
    • Mashed Potatoes
    • Fresh Carrot Coins
    • Broccoli and Cheese Sauce
    • Carrot Cake w/ Cream Cheese Icing or Cherry Cheese Cake

    Wednesday Evening

    • Fresh Garden Salad
    • Breaded Chicken Breast w/ Hollandaise Sauce
    • Garlic Mashed Potatoes
    • Prince Edward Blend Vegetables
    • Mashed Turnip and Parsnips
    • Strawberry Shortcake or Chocolate Cake w/ Boiled Frosting

    Thursday Evening

    • Caesar Salad
    • Roasted Island Pork w/ Apple Dressing & Rich Brown Gravy
    • Roasted Seasoned Potato Wedges
    • Mashed Sweet Potatoes
    • Buttered Sweet Peas
    • Blue Berry Cake w/ Brown Sugar Sauce/ Coconut Cream Pie

Friday Hoedowns

7pm – 10pm – family friendly!  A variety of music and entertainment that reflects the island culture and local hospitality!

Stompin’ Saturdays

9pm – 12am – Adult – must be 19 or over to attend! Boot stompin’ live music that will tempt anyone to get up and enjoy the dance floor!

Surf & Turf Sundays 

Seating 6:30 show 7:00 to 9:00 family friendly! 

Easy listening live entertainment with chef prepared Surf & Turf with all the fixings!


  • Spinach Salad w/ Creamy Dill Dressing
  • Lobster Tails w/ Lemon Garlic Butter
  • Gorgonzola Crusted Island Beef Tenderloin
  • Twice Baked Stuffed Potatoes
  • Broccoli W/ Hollandaise Sauce
  • Baby Buttered Carrots
  • Chocolate Torte w/ Vanilla Bean Ice Cream
  • Strawberry Topped Three Milk Cake
  • Roll w/ butter, Coffee and Tea

Afternoon music
programming going on daily!