Tuesday 19th February to Saturday 2nd March 2019 - #100ColourMixdays - at The Hot Tin


A series of 100 small original works made over 100 days, contained in two sketchbooks.
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The original #100ColourMixDays sketchbooks can be viewed at The Hot Tin during opening hours from Tuesday, 19 February until Saturday, 2 March. The framed work at The Hot Tin are Giclée Prints on Canson Aquarelle Rag Paper. All 100 pieces, details of the process, and sketchbook pages can be viewed by searching #100ColourMixDays or by visiting @hopefitzgerald_art on Instagram.
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Hope will be Artist in Residence at The Hot Tin each Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10-3 during the show. She will be available to talk about the work as well as making new work inspired by the listed historic St Saviour’s Tin Church now known as The Hot Tin.
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Over 100 days in 2017, colour and mark making were explored to produce two book works containing 100 small paintings. Two reference books were used. The first 75 colours are taken from The Secret Lives of Colour (2016) by Kassia St Clair which tells the story of 75 colours through history. All mark making is taken from A Nomenclature of Colors for Naturalists, and Compendium of Useful Knowledge For Ornithologists. (1886) by Robert Ridgeway, Curator, Department of Birds, United States National Museum. These were combined using a formula of Hope’s devising to determine the types of marks used each day.
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To purchase any Giclée Prints that are not in the current show, contact Hope by email: hope@hopefitzgerald.com

See more of Hope’s work at http://hopefitzgerald.co.uk

Wednesday 20th February 2019 - HELEN NORTH - at Faversham Folk Club, The Limes

FAVERSHAM FOLK CLUB
Helen North
7.30      Ticket Price £7 / £8



Wednesday 20th February 2019 - UKULELE OPEN MIC NIGHT - at The Market Inn

There's a little talked about feature of our town - the remarkably large number of people in Faversham who own or play the Ukulele...

If you count yourself amongst this (somewhat secretive) band of strummers and pluckers, then this month there's a chance for you to dust off your uke and join like-minded souls at Faversham's only regular Ukulele Open Mic Night.

So whether you are a beginner, a seasoned pro, or one of the countless enthusiasts who learned to play in one of the local community groups - you'd be very welcome to mosey on over to the Market Inn (next to the Rec) on Wednesday 20th February from around 8pm for an 8.30 start. Play a song on stage, join in the choruses from the safety of your seat, or just watch others having fun. It's free and easy - just turn up.

And if the ukulele is not your thing, then you know that the rest of Faversham will be a ukulele-free safespace on Wednesday 20th. Everyone's a winner!

21st to 23rd February 2019 - PETER PAN - at The West Faversham Community Centre



Half term fun for all the family... PETER PAN the pantomime at the West Faversham Community Centre.

Thursday 21st & Friday 22nd February:
evening performances at 7.45
Saturday 23rd February:
morning performance 11.00
afternoon performance 3.00

Buy your tickets now to avoid disappointment. Tickets available from:
West Faversham Community Centre
Barley Mow in the Alexander Centre
or calling 01795 531645

This amateur production of “Peter Pan” is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH LTD

Thursday 21st February 2019 - FAVERSHAM LITERARY FESTIVAL - at The Old Brewery Store

THURSDAY
The Old Brewery Store


7-10pm -  Will Self
(Doors open 7pm; hot buffet dinner 7.30pm; event 8.15–9.15pm)

(PiF - I believe this event is sold out but it might be worth contacting the organisers to see if there any cancelations)


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Friday 22nd February 2019 - THE DIAL - at The Market Inn

8:30
The Dial - previously known as 'Left of the Dial'

"The Dial  are a five piece party/show band playing live music across the south of England.
Showcasing classic rock, soul and dance hits, our set features many songs not performed by other party bands, music by artists such as Michael Jackson, Fleetwood Mac, 10CC, Santana.."

Friday 22nd February 2019 - THE NARRATONES - at The Sun Inn

8.45
"Narratones, describes us really - a bit narrow minded when it comes to music. 
We started out in 2012, with similar influences and different stories."

James - Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar
Nathan - Backing Vocals, Lead Guitar
Matt - Drums
Darren - Bass Guitar

PiF: probably one of the best bands playing in Faversham

Friday 22nd February 2019 - FAVERSHAM LITERARY FESTIVAL - at The Assembly Rooms

FRIDAY
The Assembly Rooms


7.00-8.15pm - Claire Fuller and Diana Evans, with Nicolette Jones


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Saturday 23rd February 2019 - FAVERSHAM LITERARY FESTIVAL - at The Guildhall

SATURDAY
The Guildhall
CHILDRENS EVENTS

10.00-10.45am - Claire Burgess

11.00-11.45am - Priscilla Lamont

12.00-12.45pm - Julia Woolf


1.00-1.45pm - Stella Fry and Hazel McIntosh


2.00-2.45pm - Cath Jones


3.00-3.45pm - Amanda Wills and Jane Ayres


4.00-5.00pm - Justin Coe

5.00pm - Prizegiving - Children's Short Story Competition



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Saturday 23rd February 2019 - FAVERSHAM LITERARY FESTIVAL - at The Limes

SATURDAY
The Limes

11.00-12.00 -   Anne Patterson

12.30-1.30pm - Eley Williams, with Lee Rourke


2.00-3.00pm - John McGhie, with Julie Wassmer

3.30-4.30pm -  Johnny Homer

5.00-6.00pm -  William Shaw, Vicky Newham and AK Benedict

7.00-8.00pm -  David John Griffin and Mark Stay

8.30-10.00pm - Poetry and Open Mic




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Saturday 23rd February 2019 - FAVERSHAM LITERARY FESTIVAL - at The Assembly Rooms

SATURDAY
The Assembly Rooms


12.30-1.30pm -  Nasrin Parvaz and Lucy Popescu

2.00-3.00pm  -  Chetna Makan

3.30-4.30pm  -  Eliane Glaser and Charles Umney

5.00-6.00pm  -  Pat Reid

7.00-8.00pm - Christine Rayner, Mary Kemp and Carol Godsmark




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Saturday 23rd February 2019 - FAVERSHAM LITERARY FESTIVAL - at The Alexander Centre

SATURDAY
Main Hall

11.00-12.00    - Tim Dee, with Peter Fiennes

12.30-1.30pm - Jenni Murray

2.00-3.00pm    - Iain Sinclair

3.30-4.30pm   - Diane Setterfield

5.00-6.00pm  - Viv Albertine

7.00-8.00pm  - Jo Brand


Young Adult

Room 2


11am-12.00 - Lucy Strange and Emily Critchley

12.30-1.30pm - Ben Parker and Mark Bowsher

2.00-3.00pm - Young Adult Workshop: Writing Comics

3.30-4.30pm - Young Adult Workshop: Dr Who

5.00-6.00pm - Young Adult Workshop: Flash Fiction


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Saturday 23rd February 2019 - MAGNIFICAT - at St Mary of Charity Church


Do you love cats? The St Mary of Charity Choir presents a special benefit concert of music and poetry dedicated to the cat. Including music of all types for all ages -- ragtime, Copland, Britten, Rossini, and a special guest appearance of Henry Dagg's famous Catastrophony.

Free of charge, with retiring collection in aid of the Canterbury RSPCA and the St Mary of Charity Choir.

Please email magnificat@stmaryofcharity.org for further information.

Saturday 23rd February 2019 - SATURDAY MORNING CLASSICAL - at The Assembly Rooms

Every Saturday Morning
10:45 to 11:30am
Free Concert of Classical Music
The Assembly Rooms
FAVERSHAM LITERARY FESTIVAL

"The Jo Brand event, originally scheduled for Sat 23rd Feb in the Alexander Centre has now been rescheduled to Wed 27th Feb in the Alexander Centre at 7.00pm".




"The Faversham Literary festival will provide full refunds for ticket
holders no longer able to attend. If you bought your ticket online you will have already received an email and instructions for refunds. If you bought physical tickets, you will need to come to the festival market stall on Saturday 16th Feb with your tickets and a refund will be provided".
http://www.favershamliteraryfestival.org

Sunday 24th February 2019 - FAVERSHAM LITERARY FESTIVAL - at The Limes

SATURDAY
The Limes


11.00-12.00 - Katherine May and Tanya Shadrick

12.30-1.30pm - Andy Miller and Alex Preston: What makes a classic book?

2.00-3.00pm - The Cultured Llama Hour

3.30-4.30pm - Jim Ring

5.00-6.00pm - Mefo Phillips


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Sunday 24th February 2019 - FAVERSHAM LITERARY FESTIVAL - at The Assembly Rooms

SUNDAY
The Assembly Rooms

11.00-12.00 - Hugh Warwick

12.30-1.30pm - Kassia St Clair and Sonia Velton

2.00-3.00pm - M
elissa Harrison

3.30-4.30pm - Tessa Boase

5.00-6.00pm - Horatio Clare

7.00-8.00pm - Lionel Shriver



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Sunday 24th February 2019 - THE SKASTARDS - at The Market Inn

2:30 to 5:00

Sunday 24th February 2019 - LOCAL COMEDY CLUB WITH LEE HURST - at The Alexander Centre

Doors open 6:30 Book online only :- 

Early Bird - £10 - Available until 03 February / Standard - £14


After earning his spurs on the UK comedy circuit Lee became the warm-up man for many TV shows including Have I Got News For You? Although he had no sporting prowess and he knew next to nothing about football, Lee appeared as a regular panellist in the first five series of They Think It’s All Over during which he won over close to 12 million viewers each week with his quick witted banter.

Lee's other TV credits include presenting Shark Tank, Saturday Live, Salvage Squad and The Warehouse, and guest appearances on The Stand Up Show and Have I Got News For You. Lee was the creator of Bring Me the Head of Light Entertainment, which ran for five series on Channel 5 between 1997 and 2000. On radio, Lee has guested on The Steve Wright Show, Euromix, Two Men and a Transmitter and The Robert Elms Show. He was team captain on Hold The Front Page. He also presented Wriggling with Eels, a study of Cockney comedians for BBC Radio 4.

In 2000, Lee decided to semi-retire and concentrate on running his comedy venue, the Backyard Comedy Club in London's Bethnal Green, acting as resident compere. His touring shows include ‘Man v Woman’, ‘Too Scared to Leave the House’, Things That Make You Go Aaarggh’ and ‘Comedy Show No.9’ which began in 2016 and was extended into 2017 due to great demand.

Still a regular at the Backyard Comedy Club and elsewhere around the club scene. Lee is preparing for a brand new tour to start in 2018, 'Mucking About'. Lee is also organising a series of comedy nights around Kent called 'The Local Comedy Club'.

Tickets sold online only at 

Sunday 24th February 2019 - THE FOLK MUSIC SESSION - at The Market Inn

8pm

Sunday 24th February 2019 - BARRACUDA - at The Anchor

6.30 to 9.00
Barracuda travelled extensively in the 70s/80s through Europe, Middle East, Australia & UK supporting among others The Crickets, Jackie Wilson, Bill Haley and the Comets, BT Express releasing their single “Summer Girls” in 1973 on EMI in UK, 20th Century in America. Barracuda played extensive Live Sessions for BBC Radio 1 and 2. Taking a break from the band they individually were a part of “Sweet”, “Edison Lighthouse” “Mathews Southern Comfort” and Supported/Sessioned for “Jerry Lee Lewis” “Rocking Sidney” “Don Everly” “Champion Jack Dupree” The list goes on. Barracuda perform original and selected covers in a Rocky, Bluesy, Soul groove.

Wednesday 27th February 2019 - SINGERS NIGHT - at Faversham Folk Club, The Limes

7:30        £2
Bring your instruments, poems, stories and particularly your favourite songs and join in - or just listen or sing the choruses.

Friday 1st March 2019 - THE CHILLBILLIES - at The Market Inn

8.30
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!"

Friday 1st March 2019 - UNDER THE WOOD - at The Red Lion, Badlesmere

8:30


A well known and much loved Faversham band! Playing a wide range of unexpected but well-known covers delivered with raw passion and energy.

Friday 1st March 2019 - OPEN MIC NIGHT - at The Chequers Inn, Doddington


Friday 1st March 2019 - STELLAR TALK - at The Sun Inn

8.45

Friday 1st March 2019 - L'ATALANTE - at The Alexander Centre

Pop-up French cinema organised by the Faversham Town Twinning Association.
All proceeds go towards helping local schools and youth organisations visit Hazebrouck, Faversham's twin town in Northern France.

The film tells the story of capricious small-town girl Juliette (Dita Parlo) and barge captain Jean (Jean Dasté) marry after a whirlwind courtship, and she comes to live aboard his boat, L'Atalante. As they make their way down the Seine, Jean grows weary of Juliette's flirtations with his all-male crew, and Juliette longs to escape the monotony of the boat and experience the excitement of a big city. When she steals away to Paris by herself, her husband begins to think their marriage was a mistake.

Full licensed bar open from 7pm for this event.

£5 for FTTA members and Faversham Film Society members / £7 for non-members

Friday 1st March 2019 - HULLABALOO - at The Ship Inn, Conyer

9:00
Swing and Jive with a twist on Pop from one of Kent’s best bands

Saturday 2nd March 2019 - BIT LIZZY - at The Market Inn

8:30

Saturday 2nd March 2019 - SATURDAY MORNING CLASSICAL - at The Assembly Rooms

Every Saturday Morning
10:45 to 11:30am
Free Concert of Classical Music
The Assembly Rooms

Saturday 2nd March 2019 - MARIA FERGUSON : ESSEX GIRL - at The Three Horseshoes, Hernhill

8:30
Free Event
Kirsty is a sixteen-year-old girl growing up in 00s Brentwood. She likes WKD, Elton John, Pie and Mash and Charlie Red body spray. She’s on a quest to win Sexy Ricky’s heart and pass her GCSEs. She also has a secret to tell you. One she can’t tell anyone else. Follow Kirsty’s story through the house parties and Irish pubs of Essex. From West Ham matches to choir practice, pre-drinks to registration, she will tell you what it’s really like to be an Essex Girl. Essex Girl is the second show from award-winning theatre maker and real-life Essex Girl, Maria Ferguson (Fat Girls Don’t Dance). This show is a monologue about growing up surrounded by expectation, of inappropriate relationships, female friendship, secrets, desires and alcopops. It questions how the Essex Girl stereotype influences young girls, what they want, what they think they deserve, and how they are treated. Wonderfully funny and ultimately hard-hitting it will resonate with a wide audience, particularly millenials, or anyone who has got too drunk at a house party.

INN CROWD is a unique arts project, with the goal of supporting rural pubs to host spoken word-inspired live performances. Our project is mainly based in the South and South East of England, but is now being piloted in selected areas nationwide. We coordinate and collaborate with some of the UK’s top artists and performers to provide pubs in rural areas with professional, high-quality, fantastic live entertainment, which in turn helps landlords to attract new customers, widen the experience for their regular punters, and reinforces the pub as a central, vibrant part of community life.

Sunday 3rd March 2019 - THE LEIGH HIGHWOOD BAND - at The Market Inn

2.30 to 5.00
Classic rock!

Sunday 3rd March 2019 - OPEN ACOUSTIC MIC - at The Market Inn



8pm - acoustic - all musicians welcome

Sunday 3rd March 2019 - RYAN DRUCKER - at Faversham Music Club, The Assembly Rooms

FAVERSHAM MUSIC CLUB
3:00pm to 5:00pm
First Sunday Series
Ryan Drucker
Beethoven Sonata no. 30 in E major
Bernstein Touches
Chopin Ballade no. 4
Franck Prélude, Chorale et Fugue

Beethoven’s late fantasy sonata contrasts with the exquisitely melodic barcarolle of Chopin’s 4th Ballade but shares the idea of theme and variations with Bernstein’s competition test piece whose inscription reads “ Written for my first love, the keyboard”. Franck’s eloquent and mighty work concludes the programme.

Ryan Drucker is a graduate of the Royal Northern College of Music and winner of many piano prizes amongst them the Yehudi Menuhin Scholarship. He first played at the Wigmore Hall at the age of 16 and has gone on to perform all over the world.

Full price ticket: £7 
Student Tickets & Friends of Faversham Music Club: £5 - Under 16s: FREE

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Sunday 3rd March 2019 - FOLEY'S CURIOUS BREW - at The Anchor

6:30 to 9:00

Wednesday 6th March 2019 - PERIL AT SEA - at The Alexander Centre


2:30  and 7:30pm
Matinee - all tickets £8
Evening - Adults £10 / Under18s £8
The greatest storm in living memory blasts the English coast. Striving against the howling winds and pounding waves, a lonely boat struggles on. Those left behind wait impatiently, huddled together, isolated and unfamiliar.

As the storm rages, stories, memories, songs and myths tumble out of the night,capturing a life lived on and around the sea.

Kent-based theatre company Up The Road Theatre bring you this brand new production, as part of its tour of the UK coast.

Suitable for anyone aged 12 and over.

Produced in association with New Theatre Royal Portsmouth,supported by Wells Maltings, The Seagull and LV21.

Supported by funding from Arts Council England.
For tickets contact the Alexander Centre - 01795 591691 / bookings@thealexandercentre.com

Thursday 7th march 2019 - MUSIC QUIZ - at The Anchor

8pm
The Anchor, Abbey Street, home of Faversham’s longest running music quiz night. You can leave your anorak at home as the emphasis is on fun. Yes, there are some tough questions but you’ll surprise yourself with what you know. All eras and styles of music are covered. From ABC to ZZ Top, from Harry Styles to The Style Council. Only £1 per person. Teams of any size welcome. Generous first prize and slightly less generous prizes for the runners up. Even the team that finishes last will be a winner. First Thursday of every month. Get there early.

Friday 8th March 2019 - KENT YOUTH ORCHESTRA WITH STEVE WATERMAN - at The Alexander Centre

Jazz@TheAlex
7:30pm
£10 standard tickets  - £4 children (Under 18s)

Kent youth Jazz Orchestra perform at The Alexander Centre for the first time, accompanied by world famous jazz trumpeter Steve Waterman

For tickets contact the Alexander Centre - 01795 591691 / bookings@the alexandercentre.com

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Friday 8th March 2019 - UNDER THE WOOD - at The Sun Inn

8.45


A well known and much loved Faversham band! Playing a wide range of unexpected but well-known covers delivered with raw passion and energy.

Friday 8th March 2019 - OZZIE & THE UGLIES - at The Market Inn

8.30

Funk, Pop, Country, Soul, RnB, Blues and Classic Rock

Saturday 9th March 2019 - SQUEEZE GUT ALLEY - at The Phoenix Tavern

9pm

East Kent based Blues, Soul & RocknRoll Band

Saturday 9th March 2019 - A NEW BAND -- NAME TBA - at The Market Inn

8.30

band includes Robin Falcon and ex members of Jam Sandwich

Saturday 9th March 2019 - SATURDAY MORNING CLASSICAL - at The Assembly Rooms

Every Saturday Morning
10:45 to 11:30am
Free Concert of Classical Music
The Assembly Rooms

Sunday 10th March 2019 - MOROCCAN MOLE - at The Market Inn

2.30 to 5.00

"East Kent's finest post-punk / new wave covers band are rockin' the underground - can you hear it?"

Sunday 10th March 2019 - STEVE RIVINGTON & SACHA TROCHET - at The Anchor

6:30 to 9:00

Wednesday 13th March 2019 - THE BLUES JAM - at The Market Inn

The Market Inn Blues Jam started in 2014 and is now a well-established event on the Faversham music scene – courtesy of mine hosts, Sue and Dave. It’s held on the second Wednesday in each month, between 8.30 p.m. and 1100 p.m. A full backline is provided.


Friday 15th March 2019 - BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY - at The Alexander Centre

Market Day Matinee
2:30pm     £3.60
Bohemian Rhapsody is a foot-stomping celebration of Queen, their music and their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury. Freddie defied stereotypes and shattered convention to become one of the most beloved entertainers on the planet. The film traces the meteoric rise of the band through their iconic songs and revolutionary sound. They reach unparalleled success, but in an unexpected turn Freddie, surrounded by darker influences, shuns Queen in pursuit of his solo career. Having suffered greatly without the collaboration of Queen, Freddie manages to reunite with his bandmates just in time for Live Aid. While bravely facing a recent AIDS diagnosis, Freddie leads the band in one of the greatest performances in the history of rock music. Queen cements a legacy that continues to inspire outsiders, dreamers and music lovers to this day
Tickets available on the door, or in advance from the Alexander Centre - call 01795 591691 or email bookings@thealexandercentre.com

Friday 15th March 2019 - THOSE DISTANT VOICES - at The Sun Inn

8.45

Those Distant Voices are a 4 piece Indie/Rock cover band. Playing songs from 60's to current.

https://www.facebook.com/thosedistant.voices/

Friday 15th March 2019 - THE MCB - at The Market Inn

8.30

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

Friday 15th March 2019 - THE ANDY BENNETT QUINTET - at The Alexander Centre

8:00

Saturday 16th March 2019 - IMAGINE . . . THE BEATLES - at The Alexander Centre


7:30pm     £16
One of the UK's leading Beatles tribute bands.

Musically, no detail is overlooked to re-create the true sound and excitement of The Beatles, with every song performed totally live and in its original key. Visually, the presentation is as close to the real thing as you can imagine... Close your eyes, could it really be them? Quality stage outfits range from the early Cavern days through to Beatlemania, Sgt Peppers and beyond. Authentic vocals and instruments, including the McCartney Hofner violin bass, Lennon's Rickenbacker, George's Gretsch and Ringo's Ludwig kit, complete the perfect tribute.
For tickets contact the Alexander Centre - 01795 591691 / bookings@thealexandercentre.com

Saturday 16th March 2019 - SIXFOLD - at The White Lion, Selling

8:30

"SixFold are one of the most versatile bands around, performing all over Kent, SE London and further afield. They'll give you everything from the Beatles & Stones, ELO, Sister Sledge, Stevie Wonder, Luther Vandross, George Benson, The Police, through Jamiroquai, David Bowie, Michael Jackson, Prince, to Justin Timberlake, Ed Sheeran, Paloma Faith and Bruno Mars etc.

They have male and female lead vocals giving variety to their set with strong vocal harmonies. They are very easy-going, highly professional and absolutely love what they do - and we think you’ll love them too!"

Saturday 16th March 2019 - WAX COLLECTOR - at The Market Inn

8.30
Wax Collector
"Wax Collector are three members of the infamous Cenet Rox comprising of Keith Seddon on Bass , Nick Hughes and Faversham drummerman 'Jonno' (John Punt) who have got back together after far far too many years. We play a mixture of self penned songs written by Nick and a few covers sprinkled on top . The name derives from an old Cenet Rox song based on the horror fillum House Of Wax.
The songlets cover a wide range of subjects from French chaperones in 'Mamer' to the dubious joys of one way passion in a car 'This Loving Man' played in a wide range of styles from Jazz Waltz to Rumba Rock Folk Twist !.. The songs are delivered by Nicks quirky distinctive vocals which have been likened to a cross between Sparks vocalist Russell Mael and Marc Bolan... So if you're after quirk strangeness and charm Wax Collector are worth checking out."



Saturday 16th March 2019 - SATURDAY MORNING CLASSICAL - at The Assembly Rooms

Every Saturday Morning
10:45 to 11:30am
Free Concert of Classical Music
The Assembly Rooms

Sunday 17th March 2019 - THE PEPPER SET - at The Market Inn

2.30 to 5.00
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