A group of female performers dressed in white outfits with red gloves and capes.

Tipping the Balance by Moving Memory Dance Theatre Company

Join Moving Memory Dance Theatre Company for a free performance of their exciting new work Tipping the Balance in The Forum Shopping Centre! Drawing on their perspective as older women, the performance provides a unique exploration of power, male-dominated society and the status quo. This will be the first time that they perform this piece before heading on… Continue Reading

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!

Sea Folk Sing: Sittingbourne 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.

Sea Folk Sing: Sittingbourne Workshop No.5

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. Try your hand at playing real orchestral string instruments. A perfect workshop for anyone regardless of musical ability.

Sea Folk Sing: Sittingbourne Workshop No.4

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. Join folk musicians Naomi Bedford & Paul Simmons and help create a folk song using newspapers and stories from 1918 – the year WW1 ended.

Sea Folk Sing: Sittingbourne Workshop No.3

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. In this workshop you’ll be able to create your own soundtrack for your WWI poem.