What's On on Romney Marsh
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Events June 2018
Time: 10am to 4pm daily
A five-handed exhibition featuring local artists Phillippa, Terry, Jessica and Emily Goddard with photographer Ian Beacham.
Influenced by life on Romney Marsh, this five-handed exhibition shows the common threads that bring us together yet separated by our uniquely individual styles. Including paintings, prints, papercuts, knitted work and photography.
Time: 11am to 2pm
Contact: 01797 369487
Time: Each eve start at 7.30pm ends approx 10.l5 pm
The Merchant of Venice
"A stage where every man must play a part ...".
Local professional theatre company, Bowler Crab, will be bringing their twelfth full production to date: The Merchant of Venice, on tour across Sussex, Kent and London this June & July! Debuting at The Mermaid Inn, Rye on 13th and 14th June.
Artistic Director, Stephen John told us, "The Merchant of Venice is an edgy comedy filled with romance, laughter and the odd tear. It’s a comedy with laugh out loud scenes alongside cleverly constructed moments to be taken more seriously; whilst plentiful in romance, riddles, disguises, song and dance, our production also questions the topics of race, class, worth, gender, religion and, ultimately ... revenge. It is our biggest tour to date and by far our most ambitious. After five years of the outdoor and the indoor stage productions being kept on separate tours, this year we are combining our famous summer outdoor runs at Half House Farm (Three Oaks) with our (primarily winter) indoor tour locations. On top of Half House, we will also be returning to our usual haunts in Rye, Hastings, Bexhill and London, along with new venues in Tunbridge Wells, Brighton, Eastbourne and Edenbridge. It’s been a very exciting rehearsal period thus far with many new talented actors joining our team this season, the stunning weather making our rehearsals at Half House Farm particularly enjoyable – who doesn’t love Shakespeare and sunscreen?!”
Bowler Crab’s The Merchant of Venice opens at The Mermaid Inn (Rye) on the evenings of Wednesday 13th June and Thursday 14th June, also performing outdoors at the 16thC Half House Farm in Three Oaks on the evenings of Fri 29th June and Saturday 30th June. Other tour venues include The Stables Theatre (Hastings), St John's Centre (Bexhill) and The Hen & Chickens (Islington, London); The Trinity Theatre (Tunbridge Wells), The Rialto Theatre (Brighton), The Under Ground Theatre (Eastbourne), St John's URC (Edenbridge) as well as subsequent performances at Half House Farm.
Tickets can be purchased from www.bowler-crab.com or phone 07801893115. It is advised to purchase early to avoid selling out, particularly at The Mermaid Inn (Rye) and The Stables Theatre (Hastings) as these frequently leave no seat unclaimed.
Contact: Tickets from www.bowler-crab.com or 07801893115
Time: 10am to 10pm
The Bling Crosbies singing duo
The Bling Crosbies singing duo are back at The Ship Inn this Saturday with a see-worthy show of bling, swing and nautical-but-nice humour. Book for dinner, or just join us in the bar area to sink a few!
RH&DR Father's Day
Model Trains & Beer Festival. Find out more at www.rhdr.org.uk
Contact: 01797 362353
Time: 19:00 for 19:30 start
A fun quiz night back by popular demand.
Book a table to avoid disappointment
Contact: 01797 361063
Time: 6.30pm to 9.30pm
The Importance of Being Ernest
An evening of outdoor theatre in the grounds around Romney Marsh Visitor Centre.
Everybody loves Ernest. In fact, Cecily and Gwendolen are both engaged to Ernest. The only trouble is, Ernest doesn't exist. Or does he?
This energetic and musical production from the critally-acclaimed Pantaloons infuses Wilde's witty words with snappy new songs and frantically funny physical theatre to give this perennially popular play a hilarious comtemporary twist!
This is an outdoor theatre production. Please bring your own seating and a picnic if you wish. Drinks and ice creams available from the visitor centre. Toilets available and free parking.
Booking essential. Book online via the Pantaloons website www.thepantaloons.co.uk/shows/
For information only please call 01622 662012
Contact: 01622 662012
Time: 7.30pm for 2hr30mins
St Mary's Summer Concerts - Dr Jazz
Kent's foremost Jazz band and guest vocalist, Lyn Falvey return to St Mary in the Marsh with an evening of favourite jazz standards interspersed with some witty banter. Wine and canapes in the interval. Tickets are £12.50 each and include interval refreshment. Phone Andrew on 01797 362097 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book.
Contact: 01797 362097 or email@example.com