Jonty Driver – Poetry Recital

Jonty Driver returns to JAM on the Marsh following hugely entertaining recitals of his own poetry over the last three years. Driver will read poems from two new books currently in preparation:  a sequence of 22 poems, called Before, being published by Crane River Press in association with the Africa Sun Press in July, and …

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Kate Walters Art Exhibition

Tin Tabernacle Portland Road, Hythe

Music is at the very centre of Kate Walters’ art, and here she brings a unique exhibition to the festival: she will ‘tune in’ to the roots of many of the mediaeval churches on Romney Marsh, and the music being performed in them.  She will visit every concert performed and create an ever-evolving exhibition over …

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The Soldier’s Tale – Sabotage Theatre & Bridgetower Music

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Sabotage Theatre returns to the festival in collaboration with Bridgetower Music (making their festival debut) in this new, fully staged and exciting production of Stravinsky's trail-blazing music theatre masterpiece, The Soldier’s Tale, 100 years since it was first performed.  Sabotage Theatre and Bridegtower Music bring comic chaos, showmanship and shadows to a modern fable that …

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$10 – $11

Never Such Innocence – Christopher Kent, actor / Gamal Khamis, piano

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One hundred years after the devastating events of the First World War, actor Christopher Kent and pianist Gamal Khamis look back at the writing and music that emerged from the period, juxtaposing the words of writers such as Wilfred Owen, Edward Thomas, Siegfried Sassoon and Vera Brittain with piano music by composers including Elgar, Ravel, …

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$10 – $11

Kate Walters – I can draw your dreams

Tin Tabernacle Portland Road, Hythe

Come and visit Kate Walters at The Tin Tabernacle, and have your dreams, inner visions and memories turned into a piece of art!  Kate’s unique way of working involves her spending around half an hour with her subject, to respond to their dreams and inner visions to create a monotype drawing.  Both the session and …

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The Soldier’s Tale – Sabotage Theatre & Bridgetower Music

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Sabotage Theatre returns to the festival in collaboration with Bridgetower Music (making their festival debut) in this new, fully staged and exciting production of Stravinsky's trail-blazing music theatre masterpiece, The Soldier’s Tale, 100 years since it was first performed.  Sabotage Theatre and Bridegtower Music bring comic chaos, showmanship and shadows to a modern fable that …

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$10 – $11

Fauré Requiem – London Mozart Players / Mousai Singers / Daniel Cook

St Nicholas Church New Romney

London Mozart Players / Mousai Singers / Daniel Cook In the 2016 festival these two fantastic ensembles, under Daniel Cook, collaborated for the first time to perform Paul Mealor’s hauntingly beautiful The Shadows of War. It was a truly memorable concert, blending some of the finest singers and players into one. This year they return …

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$18 – $19

Jillian Bain Christie, soprano & Catherine Herriott, piano

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Jillian Bain Christie and Catherine Herriott have been performing together for many years all over the UK.  Last year Jillian and Catherine released a critically acclaimed recording of Robert Burns’ songs, Ae spark o’ Nature’s fire. They make their JAM on the Marsh debut with a wonderful concert, created for a beautiful summer’s afternoon – …

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$10 – $11

An Exploration of the Creative Process and Poetry Recital – Grahame Davies, poet / Kate Walters, artist

Tin Tabernacle Portland Road, Hythe

  The final event of JAM on the Marsh and the Hythe Festival will be a summary of both festivals.         Throughout JAM on the Marsh, Kate Walters will create an ever-evolving exhibition based on the concerts and venues used in the festival.  The first time that we will see this completed …

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