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21
JUN
Comedy Lock-in at The Vaults
The Vaults, 75 Preston Street, Faversham
Monthly comedy club at The Vaults Cask & Kitchen featuring new and up-and-coming standup comedians from the UK comedy circuit. It takes place on the third Thursday of every month. Entry is free, with a bucket collection at the end to cover costs.
When: 8pm for two hours. Doors 7.30pm      Contact: https://www.facebook.com/comedylockin/
22
JUN
The Alexander Centre, Preston Street, Faversham
Peter Long, musical director of the acclaimed Ronnie Scott’s Big Band, appears with his quintet and guest vocalist Georgina Jackson, celebrating the music of Peggy Lee, Benny Goodman and Duke Ellington. Cabaret-style seating. Licensed bar. Tickets £12 from the Alexander Centre.
When: 8pm      Contact: bookings@thealexandercentre.com / 01795 594460

25
JUN
Faversham Assembly Rooms, Preston Street, Faversham
This opening concert of the second Faversham Music Festival is given by the festival director, Ben Saul (piano), and Ian Williams (tenor) and will include works by Purcell, Monteverdi, Wolf, Warlock and Britten.  The concert is free with a retiring collection.
When: 7.30pm      Contact: Christine Ford

26
JUN
Faversham Assembly Rooms, Preston Street, Faversham
The Assembly Rooms’ regular Tuesday classical concert is incorporated this week into the Faversham Music Festival and, as ever, the performers and their programme will be kept as a surprise until they take to the platform.  As usual, this is a free concert with a retiring collection.
When: 10.45am      Contact: Christine Ford

27
JUN
Almshouses Chapel, South Road, Faversham
Charles Francis, currently Organ Scholar at St Edmund’s School, Canterbury, is joined by Faversham Youth Chamber Orchestra in this sparkling organ concerto.  The concert is part of the second Faversham Music Festival, which supports Faversham Youth Music, including many of tonight’s performers. This is a free concert with a retiring collection.
When: 7.30pm      Contact: Christine Ford

28
JUN
Faversham Assembly Rooms, Preston Street, Faversham
Kent’s fabulous CantiaQuorum performs Debussy, Boulanger, Bernstein and Martinu in one of the highlights of this year’s Faversham Music Festival. With some members of this celebrated group living locally, it is a concert not to miss!  Free admission with retiring collection.
When: 7.30pm      Contact: Christine Ford

29
JUN
Faversham Assembly Rooms, Preston Street, Faversham
The second Faversham Music Festival continues with a performance of Bach’s Goldberg Variations given by the talented Japanese-born harpsichordist Asako Ogawa. Her recent performances of the Goldberg Variations in both the UK and Japan have received enthusiastic acclaim. Free concert with retiring collection.
When: 7.30pm      Contact: Christine Ford

30
JUN
Faversham Assembly Rooms, Preston Street, Faversham
Faversham Music Festival presents the second of its week’s surprise concerts.  Who will it be?  What will they play? The festival’s musical director, Ben Saul, aims to keep everyone guessing, as he does with the regular Saturday morning concerts at the Assembly Rooms.
When: 10.45am      Contact: Christine Ford

30
JUN
Faversham Assembly Rooms, Preston Street, Faversham
Join with Faversham Youth Choir and other young singers in a community performance of Brahms’s Requiem on the final day of the second Faversham Music Festival.  All voices welcome.
When: 1pm rehearsal, 4pm performance      Contact: Christine Ford

30
JUN
Midsummer at the Opera
Macknade Fine Foods Restaurant, Selling Road, Faversham
A gala opera night and supper is the final event of this year’s Faversham Music Festival. Enjoy a delicious meal and be entertained by operatic singers. The event rounds off a week packed with a variety of classical music, all raising funds to support and promote music for young people in Faversham and the surrounding area. Tickets are £35 and can be booked in advance only through Macknade’s website at https://macknade.com.
When: 7.45pm      Contact: Christine Ford