CR1 ‘Aving a larf’

Crampton Museum The Broadway, Broadstairs, Kent, United Kingdom

Shake me up Sally take you on a riotous journey through the ups and downs of life as itinerant singers and performers in the murky world of folk and more in the lanes of East and West Kent

Get Tickets £4.50 – £9.00

CR2 Girl Talk

Crampton Museum The Broadway, Broadstairs, Kent, United Kingdom

A riotous event with robust singers and a birds' eye view of the world. Back by popular demand for the 7th year.

Get Tickets £4.50 – £9.00

C6 Concert – Jim Causley and Miranda Sykes present Ghosts, Werewolves and Countryfolk – Songs And Stories Of Sabine Baring-Gould

Queens Road Baptist Centre Queens Road, Broadstairs, Kent, United Kingdom

Six-time BBC Folk Awards nominee Jim Causley and Miranda Sykes of Award-Winning Show of Hands and Daphne’s Flight come together for the first time to celebrate the centenary of a Victorian superstar through his music and stories. Sabine Baring-Gould inspired Bram Stoker’s Dracula, Sherlock Holme’s Hound and Bernard Shaw’s Doolittle. He brought Ghostly Aunt Eliza, […]

Get Tickets £9.00 – £18.00

CR3 Shantyskeptic

Crampton Museum The Broadway, Broadstairs, Kent, United Kingdom

Worldwide Folk Festival favourite, Keith Donnelly (‘the funniest thing to happen to folk music since the banjo!’) has written, parodied, pastiches, and more or less mangled, about three dozen shanties and songs of the sea, to bring you his hilarious, brand new, interactive, (Somewhat Silly) Shantyskeptics Show. The man who wrote songs, jokes, and TV […]

Get Tickets £4.50 – £9.00

C7 Concert – The New Radio Ballads – In The Footsteps Of Ewan MacColl. Support Huw Williams & Ben Tunnicliffe

Queens Road Baptist Centre Queens Road, Broadstairs, Kent, United Kingdom

In the 50s and 60s, Ewan MacColl, Charles Parker and Peggy Seeger created the groundbreaking Radio Ballads broadcasts for BBC Home Service to highlight the experiences of real people, weaving the voices of rarely heard communities with songs written about their recorded interviews. Almost half a century later, in 2006, a new set of Radio […]

Get Tickets £11.50 – £23.00

CR4 Music Hall

Crampton Museum The Broadway, Broadstairs, Kent, United Kingdom

Remember the Good Old Days? If you do, you'll know what to expect and if not, give it a try, fancy hats not obligatory.  Lynne Heraud and Pat Turner - back by popular demand! with special guests.

Get Tickets £4.50 – £9.00

V2 Sweet Thames: The London Folk Club Story

The Vale Church Hall The Vale, Broadstairs, Kent, United Kingdom

Written and performed by Ewan Wardrop Set in a London folk club in the early 1960s, this show draws on 26 oral history interviews, creating a fascinating tour de force performance from Ewan Wardrop. Ewan is an actor, dancer, multi-instrumentalist, and musical comedian. He began his career as a dancer for Matthew Bourne’s dance company, […]

Get Tickets £6.00 – £12.00

CR5 Folk Detectives – Paul Hutchinson & Matthew Crampton

Crampton Museum The Broadway, Broadstairs, Kent, United Kingdom

The Folk Detectives are Paul Hutchinson (Belshazzar’s Feast) and Matthew Crampton (The Transports, Have a Banana!), together they ‘uphold the lore–the Folklore.’ Matthew and Paul make their case with deadpan nonsense, terrible jokes and clever musical pastiches. They also sing some straight songs, with moments of pathos amongst the fun. This is their umpteenth attempt […]

Get Tickets £4.50 – £9.00

CR6 It’s Electrifying! with KSC

Crampton Museum The Broadway, Broadstairs, Kent, United Kingdom

Join Kent Song Collective Kent for a sparky new show, plenty of songs and tunes, choruses galore... the story of instant power, its sources, uses and consequences, explored on vocals, guitars, fiddle and squeeze boxes by Sue Watson, John & Di Cullen, Steve Moreham, Sue Evans, Laurie Jeal & Bob Kenward... How electricity opened up […]

Get Tickets £4.50 – £9.00