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The seafront bandstand is the home of daily folk shows, the children's morning Hobby Horse Club, occasional dances, story time for children and Mr Ed's Stretch and Juggle. This is where the show goes on - despite the occasional hail storm! Next to the craft and music fair and ...
Charles Dickens school is situated within walking distance of the town. With fantastic facilities for our campers, it also offers the dedicated Country Dance Hall, a Theatre, and the Festival Hub alongside many informal spaces perfect for those impromptu sessions!
Charles Dickens School CT10 2RL
The Community Centre in Pierremont Park is a single storey building which we use for workshops and the occasional informal event.
A magnificent 600 seater marquee in Pierremont Park in the middle of the town and ten minutes walk from the campsite; major concerts every afternoon and evening featuring the festival headliners. Beer Tent, snacks and full toilet facilities. Disabled access
We use two spaces in the museum for workshops and small concerts, but whle you are here do take time out from folk to have a look around the museum . There are displays which will interest transport buffs, model railway layouts for the children, and interesting local history items.
This gem of a theatre, known as the Sarah Thorne Theatre Club is ideal for intimate concerts and will also host the Playford Ball and the Sunday Shooting Roots workshops.
The fully licensed Pavilion on the Sands overlooks the harbour and offers snacks and meals throughout the day. Good disabled access and toilet facilities. Dance from 10am to 1.00am – Ceilidhs, Cajun, Zydeco, and other contemporary dance. plus the leap about late-nights for those with a ...
A superb venue in the heart of the town with great facilities and friendly faces. We use the various spaces here for concerts, workshops, some acoustic events and the Shooting Roots workshops. There is an informal cafe area which serves coffees, lunches and the most delicious cakes!
Queens Road Baptist Centre CT10 1NU
The Daily Folk Club, hosted each day this year by a different Kent folk club – a different guest each day and lots of opportunities for floor singers and musicians.The famous Tom and Barbara Brown Singaround – Come All Ye – every evening in a lovely location ...