What's On on Romney Marsh
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Events November 2018
Clairvoyant evening fundraiser
An evening of clairvoyance with Barbara Almond to raise funds for New Romney Counselling. £6 incl refreshments. Dymchurch Village Hall.
Time: 11am to 12.30pm
The Seaside Singers - Pack up your troubles WW1 Tribute Show
Celebrate the Centenary Poppy Commemoration with a good old sing-a-long with the Seaside Singers - Pack up your troubles WW1 Tribute Show (One show not to be missed) FREE Entry for all.
Time: 7.30pm until 11.00pm
World War One Centenary Concert
The Haywardians with special guests
Barry from Opera, West End and much more with Stephen his accompanist
Townsend Dance Troop
The Saltdish Ukulele Band
Poems by Kate
Tickets £10. Ploughmans Supper included - briung you own drinks and nibbles
All proceeds go to the RBL Poppy Appeal
Time: 7.30pm - 10.30pm.
World War One Cetenary Concert (Poppy Appeal) & Ploughmans Supper
An evening of song. poetry ,music and dance, with the Haywardians, Townsend Dance Group,
Saltdish Ukulele Band, Bary and Stephen from opera to West End.
Tickets £10 Bring your own drinks tables of up to 8 persons
Remembrance Day Services
Remembrance Day. 100 years since the end of WW1
Time: 5.0pm to 7.30pm
All Things Autumn
Tickets £8.00 with plated afternoon tea and entertainment.
Time: 10.30 - 12.30
New photography course Open Morning
New photographic course with qualification and exhibition to be launched by JAM on the Marsh and the Romney Resource Centre!
JAM on the Marsh (JAM) and the Romney Resource Centre (RRC) are set to launch a new photographic course, led by New Romney photographer Susan Pilcher, specifically aimed at giving people from the Marsh, aged from 16 to 22, a Bronze Arts Award; a Level 1 qualification on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF). The Arts Award qualification is designed to inspire individuals to grow their arts and leadership talents. Most importantly, it aims to support and encourage people of all levels and abilities, and from all backgrounds and cultures, to engage and participate in the arts. JAM and the RRC will enable you to achieve a national qualification that will build confidence, while equipping you with life skills that will support both further education and future employment.
This new initiative builds on a successful pilot that JAM and the RRC ran this year, which culminated in an eleven-day exhibition at The Assembly Rooms, New Romney as part of JAM on the Marsh, in July. Both organisations firmly believe that everyone should be given the opportunity to high quality learning experiences, leading to practical achievement and success for those who aspire to improve their skills and knowledge.
There are two Open Mornings coming up, on Sunday 21st October and Sunday 18th November, for those interested in taking part on the course, which starts in January 2019. Both will run from 10.30 – 12.30 and be held at the Romney Resource Centre, Unit 4 Mountfield Rd, New Romney. Come and meet Susan Pilcher and the team from both organisations, have a chat with some past and present students and find out how this amazing project can help you get your work publicly exhibited and earn you a qualification. For more information, please visit: www.jamconcert.org/jam-on-the-marsh/photography/ To register your interest for the Open Mornings and/or the course, please visit upcoming events on the Romney Resource Centre Facebook page or email email@example.com
Time: 10.30 - 12.30
SaLT Trail Audio workshop
A workshop exploring basic field recording and interviewing techniques with a view to collecting local stories and histories for the ongoing SaLT Audio Project.