Saturday19th January 2019 - NSE - at The Elephant

"We’re really excited to announce our first for 2019 and our first Faversham gig! It would be great to see you all at The Elephant, Faversham."

Saturday 19th January 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 19th January 2019 - SAM BROTHERS - at The Anchor

8:00 to 10:00

Sam Brothers is an exceptional young Folk Singer based in the South Coast of England. Although he is rooted in the raw traditions of the travelling Troubadour – he reflects the ever-changing world we live in through the wide eyes of his generation.

'Sam has an intriguing vocal delivery, writes erudite lyrics and,
apparently, cuts a remarkable figure..' RnR'

'...Always compelling, a real treat. Watch this space' - Acoustic

Saturday 19th January 2019 - WILL WHISSON - at The White Lion, Selling

Will Whisson is a singer / songwriter from the UK. Born in Kent but raised abroad, he eventually returned to the England, moving to London for a number of years before deciding to live out of a camper van in order to fully pursue the ambition of becoming a full-time solo musician and songwriter.
This approach to life has helped him build a profile across 8 different countries in the last year alone winning him many friends since he began his nomadic journey in the summer of 2016. . . . . . . . 

Sunday 20th January 2019 - THE BAD BANDITS - at The Market Inn

2.30 to 5.00
The Bad Bandits are a mix of 2 bands:
 Bad Influence and The Blues Bandits

Sunday 20th January 2019 - THE IRISH SESSION - at The Market Inn


For up-to-date information go to the Irish Session's Facebook page:


The Skate Boys of Faversham Town Live Performance DVD including Studio Album CD is out now! For more information visit:

The Skate Boys of Faversham Town is a musical presentation by singer/song writer, Geoff Sandiford, telling the true story of how the small market town of Faversham provided the entire National Rink Hockey Team that won the European Cup of Nations in 1930. The story is told by narration and song and accompanied by historic photographs.

Thursday 24th January 2019 - THE ARGENTA TRIO - at Faversham Music Club, The Assembly Rooms

7:30pm to 10:00pm
Thursday Series

Argenta Trio
Debussy Piano Trio in G major
Ravel Piano Trio
Vasks Plainscapes
Shostakovich Piano Trio no. 1 in C minor

The intensely beautiful trios by contemporaries Ravel and Debussy contrast with the sharply mercurial trio of the sixteen-year-old Shostakovich. Pēteris Vask’s work is a version of one originally scored with choir: an extended meditation culminating in the miracle of the rebirth of nature as the sun rises and the birds sing in delight.

A combination of fine solo players the Argenta Trio formed in 2015 and has quickly established itself as a leading piano trio equally at home in classic repertoire and new works.

Full price ticket: £15 
Student Tickets & Friends of Faversham Music Club: £5 - Under 16s: FREE

Full details:

Friday 25th January 2019 - BURNS NIGHT - at binElla

Friday 25th January 2019 - PETER & TYBER FROM THE DUALERS - at The Alexander Centre


Tickets £15.10 (£13.50 + booking fee)
After previous packed-out performances Peter and Tyber from the Dualers return with their high-energy Ska and Reggae gig.
Book online at:- 

A limited amount of physical tickets are available from The Alexander Centre - call 01795 591691 or email

Friday 25th January 2019 - KIT CURTIS & THE B3's - at The Market Inn

Hey Soulsters, those masters of 6Ts Soul tunes, KiT CURTiS & the B3s, will be swooping back for more R&B gems on Friday 25th January .. So ladies (and gentlemen, if you're so inclined), put on that Soulful Dress, pull on those Hi-Heeled Sneekers and dance like you're Some Kinda Wonderful! KiT CURTiS & the B3s ~ Retro Grooves for the MODern Generation!!! FREE ENTRY!

Friday 25th January 2019 - OPEN MIC NIGHT - at The Chequers Inn, Doddington

Friday 25th January 2019 - FLAWLESS CARBON - at The Sun Inn


A unique blend of British and American Blues Rock. A hard-hitting, energetic Blues band from Kent, UK.

Saturday 26th January 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 26th January 2019 - OARE STRING ORCHESTRA - at The West Faversham Community Centre

OSO's January concert features violinists Mark Butler and Iva Fleischhanova in two double concertos -- JS Bach and Malcolm Arnold -- plus works by Mendelssohn, Mozart, and our music director Peter Aviss. Everyone loves the Bach double -- but have you heard the Arnold? Don't miss it! 

Tickets cost £12 (£5 for full-time students. There is no charge for schoolchildren accompanied by an adult).
Tickets available at the door

Sunday 27th January 2019 - THE FOLK MUSIC SESSION - at The Market Inn


Sunday 27th January 2019 - IVAN'S ALL-STARS - at The Market Inn

2:30 to 5:00

The collective funkathon of Ivan's band of merry musicians evolves around a core band with the occasional guesting member. Earthy funk, swing, blues etc.

Wednesday 30th January 2019 - THE FLUX FLYERS - at The Railway


Wednesday 30th January 2019 - SINGERS NIGHT - at Faversham Folk Club, The Limes

Faversham Folk Club - Singers Night 


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

Friday 1st February 2019 - THE GRIMMS - at The Market Inn

The Grimms with Rufus Ruffell

Friday 1st February 2019 - NASHVILLE EXILE - at The Red Lion, Badlesmere

Four talented musicians and performers team  up to create Nashville Exile, a London based band whose music is a fresh combination of Country, Blues, Alt Country and Americana. Think. . . .
The Band, Ryan Adams, Sheryl Crow, Jayhawks, OCMS, CCR, Jackson Browne,
Lucinda Williams....

Friday 1st February 2019 - LIBERTY PARK - at The Sun Inn


Six piece pop/funk band formerly known as The Boogie Knights

Saturday 2nd February 2019 - JOJO & JIM - at The Elephant

An acoustic duo based in East Kent, performing a variety of different music covering folk, pop, soul and country.

Saturday 2nd February 2019 - SMILER - at The Phoenix Tavern


"Vocal, guitar and drum outfit playing music from Dire Straits, Santana, Pink Floyd, Fleetwood Mac, Thin Lizzy, Garry Moore, Queen, Cream, Hendrix,U2, Focus etc...

Saturday 2nd February 2019 - SPYPLANE + ENCOUNTERS WITH ANIMALS + PETER GARNER + MIKE RICHARDSON - at The Alexander Centre

"Our second Music in the Lounge; a free event showcasing live, local and original music. This time in support of Mind, the mental health charity, so come down on February 2nd to support some great musicians and a fabulous charity!

These guys rocked out at the last one and they're back by demand to rock out once more. A fantastic local act with a flair for fun and an obvious joy for what they do!

Encounters with Animals
A set of brilliant, young musicians who expertly craft a mesmerising sound that both relaxes and entrances. These guys are sure to make waves in the local music scene and you should check them out now while they're fresh!

Peter Garner Music
Acoustic solo artist with a phenominal voice playing modern cross-genre songs, fusing rock and folk.

Mike Richardson
Local folk at its finest. Mike has a way of playing and singing that draws you in and an ease behind the mic that is often a joy to watch!

Music begins at 8PM
Entry is free and the bar is open! Donations to MIND appreciated.

Saturday 2nd 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

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

8pm - acoustic - all musicians welcome

Sunday 3rd February 2019 - HULLABALOO - at The Market Inn

2:30 to 5:00
Swing and Jive with a twist on Pop from one of Kent’s best bands

Sunday 3rd February 2019 - BUCK BRASS TRIO - at Faversham Music Club, The Assembly Rooms

3:00pm to 5:00pm
First Sunday Series

Buck Brass Trio
A Philharmonic Fanfare
Verhelst A Song for Japan
Bohme Prelude and Fugue in E flat
Mozart Divertimento
Haydn Piano Trio
Ibert Cinq Pièces

Buck Brass Trio bring an eclectic mix of music from across the centuries ranging from original music for brass to wonderful arrangements. Buck Brass Trio is one of the leading young brass ensembles in the UK, and was formed in 2012 by graduates from the Royal Academy of Music.

The Trio has pioneered a large amount of new repertoire for brass trio, including transcriptions of works by Bach, Piazolla, Ibert and Beethoven as well as commissioning new works.

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

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Sunday 3rd February 2019 - GENTLEMAN TIM & THE CONTENDERS - at The Anchor

6.30 to 9.00

High energy harmonica - driven, dynamic, jumpin' & swingin', lowdown and dirty Chicago & West Coast Blues.

Wednesday 6th February 2019 - DAVE ELLIS & BOO HOWARD - at Faversham Folk Club, The Limes

Dave Ellis & Boo Howard
7.30      Ticket Price £7 / £8

Dave Ellis came down from Liverpool for the London folk club scene in the 70’s. He released a solo album on Sonet records, which some consider to be a classic guitar record of its time and which gave him national exposure on the Old Grey Whistle Test and In Concert.
Dave became a regular at various London haunts such as the Marquee, the Roundhouse and the Lyceum and also played some higher profile gigs, opening for the Edgar Broughton Band at the Rainbow and Rod Stewart at Reading Festival.
In 1979 Dave formed his electric band ‘The Reactors’ which incorporated guitar, drums and keyboards with Boo Howard playing bass and handling most of the vocals.
The band was eventually trimmed down and developed into an electric duo (comprising Dave and Boo) which was renamed ‘Brave Lucy’, and the pair produced their only electric album ‘Snaps’ in 1996 under that name
In 1998 they combined Dave’s intricate guitar work with Boo’s mellow vocals to create something very different and entirely new in the folk and acoustic clubs. Their debut acoustic recording was ‘Maybe I Might Fall’ in 1999.
The songs are intelligently constructed, elegantly articulated and never less than entertaining. The mix is eclectic (from folk to jazz to blues to bluegrass) but the songs are at the heart of it all, served by imaginative and stylish arrangements and by the singing and playing of two seasoned, wholly in tune musicians.

Their CDs have a classy polished sound - testament to the pair’s familiarity with the recording process and of their ability to write and perform at a level every bit the equal of their major label peers.
Their live act has now been honed to perfection in the folk clubs where they have developed a large faithful following in the south of England.

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

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 February 2019 - SALVATION JAYNE + Support - at The Alexander Centre

Riding the wave of their self-titled EP, up and coming Canterbury rockers bring their signature sound to Faversham's historic Alexander Centre. Support comes from Grapefruit, MUTO + more

"F******* brilliant" - Topper Headon, Drummer, The Clash.
"Salvation Jayne are turning quite a few heads at the moment" - Planet Rock Radio
Salvation Jayne are a young, female driven alt-rock band with a distinctive dirty sound which combines elements of rock, nu wave and blues.

The band formed in 2013 and have worked hard paying their dues and earning the respect of music fans across the UK, due to their charisma and energetic live performances.
Grapefruit are an emerging unsigned female and LGBT+ fronted alternative band based in the Southeast. Their influences come from Warpaint, Beach house, Lykke Li, The Smiths & New Order.

M.U.T.O are a three piece from Kent who survive on the pure energy produced from the primordial soup of riff-driven disco-funk-rock.


Doors 7:30pm
Bands from 8:00pm

Tickets online £4.50 @

Three tickets will be drawn at random the day before the event and those tickets will be given £10 to spend on the merch stand courtesy of Tritium Music

Tickets on the door £6.00

Friday 8th February 2019 - THE KONKS - at The Market Inn


a dedicated tribute to The Kinks...featuring such classics as Sunny Afternoon, Waterloo Sunset, Lola, Days, You Really Got Me, See My Friends, Autumn Almanac, Dead End Street....the list goes on and celebrate with us the genius of Ray Davies....with The Konks!

Friday 8th February 2019 - LEAVE NO TRACE - at The Alexander Centre


2:30pm                £3.60
A father and daughter live a perfect but mysterious existence in Forest Park, a beautiful nature reserve near Portland, Oregon, rarely making contact with the world. But when a small mistake tips them off to authorities, they are sent on an increasingly erratic journey in search of a place to call their own.

Leave No Trace is a 2018 American drama film directed by Debra Granik and written by Granik and Anne Rosellini, based on the novel My Abandonment by Peter Rock.
Tickets available on the door or in advance by calling 01795 591691 of emailing

Friday 8th February 2019 - THE LOST WEEKEND - at The Sun Inn


Formed in the spring of 1994, just as Britpop was making its impact. Inspired by the resurgence of this MOD based, high energy music, the Lost Weekend began by putting together a set of classic MOD tunes that influenced the whole Britpop scene. This provided an opportunity to mix the set with a rich variety of music, old and new, which we have exploited with great success ever since.

The set today is still constantly changing. With bands like the Kaiser Chiefs, Supergrass, Oasis and the Fratellis the evidence of a 40 year old influence is very apparent. Great news, for The Lost Weekend are always looking to expand on their huge back catalogue of stonking tunes.

The band line up still consists of 3 of the 4 original members, all of whom are passionate about the music they play. With a laid back approach, the emphasis is to play the songs that have, or will influence generations, songs that will get feet dancing and tunes that will have you humming hours after the gig is over.

Saturday 9th 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

Wednesday 13th February 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 February 2019 - STANDARD FIVE - at The Market Inn

Bob Fridd's band Standard Five - in PiF's opinion one of the best blues bands in this part of the world.

Friday 15th february 2019 - ED SHEERAN TRIBUTE ACT - at The Alexander Centre

7:30    £10
Zak James performs his tribute to Ed Sheeran, a show featuring fully-live acoustic guitar and vocals mixed with top-quality backing tracks to really keep your party kicking!

To book tickets online:

Friday 15th February 2019 - TBC - at The Sun Inn


Saturday 16th February 2019 - TAKING CARE OF VEGAS - at The Alexander Centre

8pm    £12.50 advance tickets / £15 on the door

Welcome to Kent's favourite Elvis party show band, Taking Care of Vegas, with their blend of rock 'n' roll hits for all the family and big band
Vegas show sound.

"People want to come out and be entertained and that's what we are all about, filling the whole space available with sound that makes people want to bring their own energy and enjoyment to the mix."

Known for their on stage antics and authentic 70's vibe, the band provide much more than just background music with fun dance routines and audience participation; one of the many reasons they have been main stage regulars at big summer events for several years.

"We hope that everyone who comes to see us will experience the magic that Elvis created during his live performances. We take a wonderful set of songs that really transgressed all music styles from gospel to blues, rock to country and recreate them with our own twist for today's fun loving audience."

For tickets contact the Alexander Centre - 01795 591691 / Or book online:- 

Saturday 16th February 2019 - JOJO & JIM - at The White Lion, Selling

An acoustic duo based in East Kent, performing a variety of different music covering folk, pop, soul and country.

Saturday 16th 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

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

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

"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

Thursday 21 to Sunday 24 February 2019 - FAVERSHAM LITERARY FESTIVAL


More information will appear here soon.

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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 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

Thursday 21 to Sunday 24 February 2019 - FAVERSHAM LITERARY FESTIVAL


More information will appear here soon.

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