In focus shot of A5 postcards titled Never Again. In the background a crowd watching singers perform on a bridge

Sea Folk Sing Exhibition

Following the success of Sea Folk Sing’s performances of Never Again across Sittingbourne, Sheppey, Chatham and Strood, you can now explore the Sea Folk Sing exhibition and learn how the production was created in commemoration of the World War One centenary.

Sea Folk Sing – Live Performances @ Strood

Come and listen to the Sea Folk Sing live performances at Strood Railway Station and the surrounding area.
Featuring new music by Emily Peasgood, inspired by local stories of World War One.

The Listening Post

The Listening Post explores the exciting and hugely varied stories of our local community, through a series of recorded conversations, capturing local life from the 1970s to now!

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Oh, What a Lovely Fun Palace!

To celebrate the Fun Palaces weekend, Ideas Test is hosting Oh, What a Lovely Fun Palace, a jam-packed day of family friendly activities.

Sketchbook Club @ No.34

Do you make art? Have a sketchbook? Don’t hide your art away! Whether you draw manga & anime fan-art, use watercolours, create art journals, scrapbook your adventures, or draw illustrations then we want YOU! We want anyone who has a sketchbook – no matter what art you make – to come to No.34 and share… Continue Reading

Sea Folk Sing: Sheerness Workshop No.6

As part of our Sea Folk Sing project, we’re running creative workshops in July & August to explore the themes of peace and reconciliation 100 years after the end of World War One. Record your WWI heritage through sound, and relive the past at this session with sound artist Jane Pitt.