A photo of Historic Dockyard in Chatham. In the foreground is the River Medway with a walkway to the left. The buildings of the Dockyard stretch from right to left. The sky is blue with wispy clouds and the sun is low in the sky.

Estuary Stories: Film screening and Q&A with artist Natasha Davis

Join us for Natasha Davis’ Estuary Stories, an online performance film recorded in the secret corners of Chatham and the dockyard, encounter moments of laughter, loss, kindness and new beginnings, shared by your neighbours – old and new., to encounter moments of laughter, loss, kindness and new beginnings, shared by your neighbours – old and new.

A photo of Historic Dockyard in Chatham. In the foreground is the River Medway with a walkway to the left. The buildings of the Dockyard stretch from right to left. The sky is blue with wispy clouds and the sun is low in the sky.

Be part of Natasha Davis’ Estuary Stories

We’re working with artist Natasha Davis who is inviting anyone with memories of Medway to be part of her 20-minute film ‘Estuary Stories’ that will be shown as part of the 2021 Estuary Festival. ‘Estuary Stories’ is recorded in the secret corners of Chatham and the dockyard, to encounter moments of laughter, loss, kindness and new… Continue Reading

Job Opportunity: Youth Development Manager

We’re looking for a Youth Development Manager to join Ideas Test. You’ll be joining us at a pivotal point in our journey. In 2020 we became a Charitable Interest Organisation and this year ‘novated’ meaning we are now an independent arts organisation leading on the Creative People and Places programme for Medway and Swale. We… Continue Reading

Share You Me Us with your friends and neighbours

Know someone in Medway or Swale who’s at home and looking for something to be part of? Then share our You Me Us flyer with them.   You Me Us is our project to reduce loneliness and in Medway and Swale during Covid-19, through community, art and creativity. If you know someone who might want… Continue Reading