Friday 20th November 2020 - An evening with Steph Macleod - Tunes & Words - online event 7:30pm

STEPH MACLEOD

An evening of Song and Conversation with renowned singer from Scotland
Have you felt reluctant to attend a gig of late (not that we could right now anyway!)...?
Then look no further!

If the people can’t go to the gig, then let the gig come to the people!
Friday 20th November
Virtual doors open at 7.30 pm.
Faversham GospelMission has booked Steph Macleod: singer songwriter, worship leader and passionate advocate for mental health, based in Scotland, UK. Steph’s music has featured on BBC radio and his critically acclaimed debut album ‘Light In The Darkest Of Nights’ was released in 2010.
His new studio album ‘Gold’ encourages conversation about mental health and recovery while raising awareness and tackling stigma. “The songs were inspired by my own journey of recovery, and I hope to encourage a deeper conversation about emotional transparency.”
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Meeting ID: 886 0409 7570
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Virtual doors open at 7.30 pm
email worship.fgm@gmail.com for password or send us a message.

Classical Coffee Concerts

CLASSICAL COFFEE CONCERTS


News from Joanna Saul

With the latest restrictions from Thursday we will endeavour to go back online with an interview 'in conversation"with our performer this week, available on our Patreon site
on Thursday evening, and the performance going out on Saturday morning 10.45am on
This will also go onto Patreon and 

For these 4 concerts to go online we need £500 as a minimum to be able to pay our performers. If you feel able to donate £20, £5 a concert that would be amazing and see us through the next lockdown. Please either donate via patreon or directly to our business account

Clydesdale Bank

Classic Concerts

JH Saul

82-70-18

00541884

Many thanks as always for your support x

Sunday 11th, 18th, 25th October 2020 - CLASSICAL COFFEE CONCERTS - at The Alexander Centre

Classical Coffee Concerts 

Dear Faversham Concert Goers and Classical Coffee Concert Supporters!


We have come to the end of our Guildhall outdoor concerts for this year but do not despair, the music will go on! ....

Alexander Centre,17 Preston St, Faversham ME13 8NZ Sundays 3pm for 45 minute recital on October 11th, 18th and 25th

This is a covid safe venue with all the guidance in place and space to social distance. We have some wonderful musicians coming to Faversham so please come and have a listen. Free entry with donations.

In November, we aim to be back in the wonderful Assembly Rooms, again with a limited audience capacity, and keeping an eye on how everything develops between now and then. We will need to book audience in and will do this through our Patreon page, www.patreon.com/classicalcoffeeconcerts where you can also support Classical Coffee Concert, keeping the concerts alive for £3 per month + VAT.

We will continue to put some of the music online on www.facebook.com/classicalcoffeeconcerts so will keep you posted!


Sunday 6th September 2020 - THE BIG BUSK - in the Market Place, Faversham

This Sunday, 6th September, is the Faversham first of the month Antiques Market and the music this week is The Big Busk 10am till 3.30pm from Classical to Hurdy Gurdy to Jazz to Musical Saw to Funk to Opera! Please come and have a listen!
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The Market Inn - Faversham Hop Festival 2020 Information

The Market Inn 
FAVERSHAM HOP FESTIVAL 2020

A Sheps pub on the corner of East Street and Park Road alongside the recreation ground.
This is a very large pub so don’t be put off  as you enter if it looks busy, bands play in a large area to the side of the main bar or in the large, well planned garden area. The landlord, David,  has a reputation for putting on good music most Fridays and Sundays. It is well worth avoiding the crowds in the centre of town and walking the hundred yards to The Market Inn

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Rubber Biscuit . . . 
"Rubber Biscuit is a 12 piece Rhythm 'n' Blues and Soul band. The band is renowned for its "big sound" brought about by a three piece horn section, up to five vocalists, and four piece rhythm section."




The Leigh Highwood Band
Classic rock!



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The Chillbillies
"This is Soul - funk - jazz - ska - blues - latin - rock'n'rollin' crazy people having a good time music and all you need to do is listen, enjoy, dance."

"The Chillbillies put their own twist on covers of an eclectic mix of classic tunes, made up of a very versatile 4 piece rhythm section, with high energy vocals and featuring the infamous 'Raging Horns'™. You'll be amazed, amused, astounded!"


The Pepper Set
A fusion of rock classics with original numbers.The Pepper Set Band are -
Tony Pepper on Lead Vocals & Guitar
Peter White on Keyboards, Left-hand Bass & Vocals
Phil Brown on Tenor & Soprano Saxophones and Flute
Andy Jenkins on Drums & Vocals






Moroccan Mole
Moroccan Mole are a 5-piece hailing from East Kent playing the finest pub rock, post-punk and new wave material for your phonic pleasure.

The Three Tuns - Faversham Hop Festival 2019 Information

The Three Tuns 
FAVERSHAM HOP FESTIVAL 2020

Interesting and ancient Sheps pub on the corner of Tanners Street and Napleton Road, not far from the town centre. It has a large garden and last year it was, for us, the most enjoyable venue of the festival.


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The Albion Taverna - Faversham Hop Festival 2020 Information

The Albion Taverna 
FAVERSHAM HOP FESTIVAL 2020


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The Crown and Anchor - Hop Festival 2015

The Crown and Anchor 
FAVERSHAM HOP FESTIVAL 2015




The Crown and Anchor is a Shepherd Neame pub in The Mall, it is known for its traditional, friendly pub style. It has not featured in PiF's Hop Festival coverage over the past 4 years. 





Saturday

The Bull Inn - Faversham Hop Festival 2020 Information

The Bull Inn 
FAVERSHAM HOP FESTIVAL 2020
A Sheps pub at the far end of West Street, a short stroll from the town centre, in a lovely area close to Stonebridge Pond. This friendly pub has a large garden with plenty of seating and food! 


SUNDAY




Only music on Sunday afternoon but the pub is doing a great range of food over the weekend!:-




The Bull Inn

The Phoenix Tavern - Faversham Hop Festival 2020 Information

THE PHOENIX TAVERN   
FAVERSHAM HOP FESTIVAL 2020



A ‘free house’ in Abbey Street with a good range of beers.The Phoenix has music  from its stage in the large rear garden with an outside bar. If the pub looks busy inside, don't be put off, it is possible to reach the garden via the car park at the side of the pub.
https://www.thephoenixtavernfaversham.co.uk/
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The Bones


We are musicians based in Kent, England. We love music from a wide spectrum of genres, but as a band we play rock, soul and blues.




Rudy Warman & The Heavy Weather




Blighty






A London based group dabbling in Country, Blue Grass and Folk.


The Anchor - Faversham Hop Festival 2020 Information

The Anchor 
FAVERSHAM HOP FESTIVAL 2020


A Sheps pub situated at the far end of Abbey Street. It has live music every early Sunday evening throughout the year
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Dancing In Faversham - Hop Festival 2015 - Information



SATURDAY
Dance Displays
POST OFFCE

STONE STREET






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Dance Displays
POST OFFCE

STONE STREET

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Details of the bands / artists appearing on this stage can be found on the Hop Festival Website:
http://www.favershamhopfestival.org/


This year PiF has agreed not to give details of the official stages
More detail of the dance teams/sides can be found on the Hop Festival website:

The Sun Inn - Faversham Hop Festival 2020 Information

The Sun Inn 
FAVERSHAM HOP FESTIVAL 2020

A Sheps pub / restaurant / hotel in West Street. Due to the design of the bar, the pub is apt to look busier than it actually is from the main entrance. The pub opens out further back and there is a large, well designed garden. You can also enter this pub from the garden which can be accessed from the central town car park in Leslie Smith Drive.

The Sun has live bands most Friday evenings throughout the year.
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Music details: . . .  



The Miles Cookman Band
The MCB are the Miles Cookman Band.
Miles is well known as the frontman of Kelly's Heros. The full line-up is:
Miles Cookman - vocals, guitar
Lee Wilson - Keys
Leon Victor - bass
Ian Harris - drums





The Fabulous Fez Heads
"The Fabulous Fezheads are England's Premier Sand Dance Illusionists carrying on in the tradition of Old 'Blind Ned' Cleggett with his famous stage act of the 1920's and 30's, and actually starring his Great-Grandson Pete 'the Flying' Cleggett .
Under the watchful eye of Father Ken and featuring Keith the Camel, the Fabulous Fezheads blend a mixture of Dance, Danger and Music that will Astound, Astonish and Amuse."

Ever since I can remember The Fez Heads have been at The Sun Inn for Hop Festival - it's a great tradition and great fun!








The 'legendary' 
Davey Ralph Band