THE SKY ENGINE
A New Community Oratorio by Richard Peat and Timothy Knapman
The Sky Engine is a community oratorio, commissioned by JAM for our community. It features children from two Marsh schools alongside the Canterbury Cathedral Choir, two opera singers, an actor, and an orchestra of London Mozart Players and community players of any age. Can a father and daughter save the world from climate disaster?
STANDARD £20 (Sold Out)
ENHANCED £25 (booking closed)
*See GETTING HERE below for festival shuttle bus and train timing
UNDER 18s FREE
St Nicholas · New Romney · TN28 8EU
FESTIVAL SHUTTLE BUS
Enhanced ticket bookings are now closed. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com. Standard tickets will remain open with tickets available at the door for events not yet sold out.
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Paper tickets will not be distributed via the box office. Please show your email ticket confirmation on your mobile phone upon arrival.
WHEN DO DOORS OPEN?
Doors open approximately 30 minutes before each event.
It is our ambition to have as many people connected to the arts as possible. Please understand that we primarily use medieval churches and access can be challenging in these ancient buildings. Our Front of House team will be available to assist and direct you during your visit.
Though venues do have toilets, please understand that facilities are limited in these medieval churches.
THINGS TO DO
Click here to discover local food, drinks, accommodation on and around Romney Marsh. Highlights includes Derek Jarman’s Prospect Cottage, the famous RH&DR railway, Dungeness and much more.