19 Things to See and Do in Tanette October 22-23 – Tannet Island News

Lindsay Seers and Keith Sargent: The Cold Light of Turner Contemporary

Alby’s Heptones

Jamaican rock pioneer The Heptones will perform tomorrow (22 October) at Olby’s Soul Café in Margate.

In the ’60s, the band was Jamaica’s foremost vocal harmony trio, and they consistently set the standard for others.

As part of a celebration of black history, the Heptones are streaming live at Olby’s Soul Cafe this Saturday with support from The Pressure Tennants

The current Heptones are Earl Morgan, Robert Dacres and Carlton Scarlett.

Doors open at 7.30pm and start at 8pm.Tickets £16, book now

Margate Old Town Walk

October 22.The walk starts at 2pm

Robin Colyer will lead a local history tour on behalf of the Margate Civic Society, visiting a fishing village before heading to the resort.

Walk starts from Droit House (Thanet Visitor Information Centre), Stone Pier, Margate Harbour

The approximately one and a half hour walk is free, but donations to Margate Civil Society are welcome.

For more information, please call 07878 537448.

Thanet Sinfonia plays Mozart at the Sarah Thorne Theatre in Broadstairs

October 22, Start time: 7:30pm

Thanet Sinfonia will play:
Mozart: Serenade in C minor, K. 388 ‘Nachtmusik’
“I had to finish a serenade in a short time.” Mozart
Mozart: Piano Quintet in E flat major, K. 452
“I myself consider it the best thing I have ever written in my life.” Mozart
Planck: Nocturne
Planck: Sextet

Tickets £10 in advance / £12 at the door Book now

mobile skate park

The Ramsgate Mobile Skate Park will make its debut this weekend on the upper grounds of the Royal Harbour College.

Admission and use are free.

Saturday 22 October to 2pm to 6pm, Sunday 23 October to noon to 4pm

Ramsgate Fish Dinner

October 22. Fundraiser for the RNLI at Ramsgate Lifeboat Station on the West Cross Wall.

7pm to 10pm

Come join the RNLI Thanet fundraising group for their Ramsgate Fish Supper.

Enjoy Fish & Chips, The Greyhound Buskers and Sweepstakes!

Tickets are £10 each. call 07778066655

East Kent Artists Open Day

Last chance to see a range of artist work in their homes and studios this weekend (October 22-23).

The venue is open from 11 am to 5 pm unless otherwise stated.

Damien Cifelli – Liminal Gallery, 34 Fort Hill, Margate (open Saturdays, 11am-3pm)

Sarah Manly – Unit 3 Beales Yard, Grotto Hill, Margate (Saturdays only)

Deborah Isabella Gilbert – DIG Gallery, 85a Canterbury Road (11.30am to 4pm)

Cecilia Bonilla, Matt Lewis, Stuart Leech, Colin Gorry and Pam Tait – 31A Clifton Gardens, Cliftonville

Anthony Giles- 3 Lombard Street, Margate

Govinda Sah ‘Azad’ – 35 Godwin Road, Margate

2022 Lido Open – Hera, 2 Ethelbert Terrace, Margate

Kellie Hogben – 45 Glencoe Road, Margate

Kate Baker, Pam Cutler, Susan Carlyle, Martin Cherry, Dominic Harper, Neil Pettie, Kaye Walls and Peter Webb – Pie Factory, 5 Broad Street, Margate (11am-4pm)

Adelphine Newton, Deborah Gilbert, Janis Volckman, Lorraine Kinnear, Maddy Grout, Michele Papageorghiou, Nick Gilbert, Sarah Gibbon, Sian C Morgan and Trix Newham – The Eclectic Art Gallery, 6 Broad Street, Margate

Zoe Murphy and Lois Gunn -Studio 24, Hawley Street, Margate

Kirsty Kennedy – 170 Margate Street

MOND and Christopher James – Studio MOND, 9c Dalby Road, Margate

Bridget McVey, Violet Shaw, Vivien Lee, Louise Frances Smith and Julia Ellen Lancaster – Clayspace Studios, 61 Northdown Road, Margate

David Shillinglaw, Hayden Kays, Lily Mixe and Luke McLean – Kill Me Now Gallery, 32 Margate Street

Ami Blastock, Gem Blastock and Green & Gold Ceramics – 21 Lloyd Road, Broadstairs

Christine Jeffryes, Josephine Harvatt and Jessica Newby: Sea Worn Jewellery – 87 Bradstow Way, Broadstairs

Christine May Pettet and Lucy May Pettet: Collage Club – 64 Bradstow Way, Broadstairs (11am-5pm)

Karen H-King – New Kent Art Gallery & Studio, 49a Albion Street, Broadstairs (11am-4pm)

Lana Arkhi, Peter Campbell Saunders and Bob Connell – Kent Talents Art Gallery 80 High Street, Broadstairs (11am-4pm)

Terry Thompson – 8, Darnley Close, Broadstairs

Vivienne Yankah, Nigel Cunningham and Janie Eales – 5 Marlborough Close, Broadstairs (11am-4pm)

Tony Caroli – 1 Montefiore Avenue, Ramsgate

Stacie Coyne – 14 Rosebery Avenue, Ramsgate

Rebekah Sunshine – Wooden Box Cafe, 91 Ramsgate Street

Rebekah Sunshine – Wooden Box Gallery, 92 Ramsgate Street (10am-4pm)

Claudia Rice – Mascot Gallery, 7 Chatham Street, Ramsgate

Jana Valencic, Jean Stockwell, Morfydd Ransom-Hall and Crow Dillon-Parkin – RedDoor Space, 14 Rodney Street, Ramsgate

Carl Stafford – 3 Royal Road, Ramsgate

Films’n’Chips (Our Screen Legacy)

October 22, Dreamland,

Public events celebrating Margate’s LGBTQIA+ community in film

Margate Pride presents our Screen Heritage with Screen Archive South East (SASE), a series of public film events exploring and celebrating LGBTQIA+ life in Folkestone, Margate and surrounding areas.

Margate evening screenings starting at 7.30pm will feature Shelly Grotto, a Margate drag actress who plays Booth the Shell Lady, Margate’s landmark statue, and performance artist An(dre)a Spisto , he’s also from Margate, as well as acting as Andrea is a filmmaker and clown.

Admission is free, but you need to register

Reservations and information can be found here

nuclear family band

Nuclear Family Band at Tom Thumb Theatre in Cliftonville

October 22nd at 8pm

Tickets from £7.BOOK NOW

First Birthday Party at the Crab Museum

October 22, 6:30pm / 10:30pm closing

First birthday party at the Crab Museum in Old Town Margate.
The entry fee is any donation to their crowdfunder.

Entertainment from a certain DJ with badly dressed crabs, singing squid and crabs.

Click here to learn more about how to donate to crowdfunders

Quex night event

October 22-30, Powell Cotton Museum, Quex, 11am-3pm

Weekend, October 22, 23, 29 and 30

* Challenge your grown-ups at our silent disco ball
*Bring out your animal aliases with cool face paint*
* Get creative with art activities
* Explore the cube in low light and spot nocturnal animals

Fancy dresses are definitely encouraged, and prizes will be awarded for the best dressed!

11am to noon – send a friendly time. The silent disco light will turn on, but will not blink or move. If you have any questions about the suitability of sending the entire campaign, please email enquiries@powell-cottonmuseum.org.
12-3pm – generally open. The disco lights in Gallery 6 will come on.

Tickets £2.50 per person, all ages. Includes museum entrance, silent disco and art events.

*Face painting costs an additional GBP 4 per person. Space is limited and can be purchased upon arrival. Children must be at least 3 years old for face painting.

buy tickets here

Labyrinth (U) at the Palace Cinema, Broadstairs

Family holiday matinee! Be careful of your wishes – the Goblin King may be listening… Young Sarah sets out to explore the center of a vast otherworldly labyrinth to take from the clutches of David Bowie’s Goblin King from Jim “The Muppets” Henson’s quirky classic rescued her little brother.

Saturday 22 October to Friday 28 October

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Turner’s contemporary children’s library and fantasy world exhibition.

Open October 22nd to January 8th.

Tuesday-Sunday 10am-5pm (last entry at 4pm)

Clore Learning Studio space now features over 400 creative books for kids and teens and a free creative learning studio

The space will be a warm bank that welcomes people to play, learn, read, make or hang out. There will be free workshops and activity programmes for young people, seniors and families.

The space will also feature installations from Project Motorhouse. Fantastical Worlds is a collaborative project between Year 8 students at Royal Harbour Academy and Project Motorhouse. In May 2022, a group of 21 students participated in a series of imaginative collaborative workshops with photographer Tim Topple, artist Christopher Tipping and Jo Mapp and Janet Fielding from Project Motorhouse.

Drawing inspiration from pop-up books, Alice in Wonderland and comic book fantasy, the group experimented with surreal photography, performances and collages to reimagine their small town.

Lindsay Prophet and Keith Sargent: Cold Light

Turner Contemporary, open October 22nd to January 8th.

Prophet and Sargent’s new installation uses virtual reality and robotics.

Lindsay Seers’ work explores the complexities that exist in the world and how the human mind works. Inspired by interdisciplinary research, from philosophy and science to theology and cultural theory, her paintings, sculptures, photographs, performances and moving image installations explore identity, consciousness, memory, truth and belief.

Prophet and Sargent began working together in 2012, when Sargent was commissioned to develop digital animations and publications for Prophet. In the years that followed, this practice continued and developed into a collaborative practice.

The exhibition is shaped by the artist’s research into the life and work of Nikola Tesla, and the title draws on historical references to the first electric light. Instead of relying on fire for lighting, the new light bulbs are called “Cold Lights”.

Tesla was an inventor, engineer, and futurist who performed science experiments on plays as a performer. He is best known for his contributions to the design of alternating current systems.

The gallery is open Tuesday-Sunday, 10am-5pm Last entry at 4pm

Stephen Cripps: In real life

Turner Contemporary, October 22-January 8

The first major UK exhibition focusing on the work of sculptors and performance artists, explored through paintings, drawings, film and audio from the Stephen Cripps Archives.

Stephen Cripps (1952 – 1982) was a sculptor and performance artist. His practices include pyrotechnics and explosives; mechanical and powered objects made from found or recycled materials, and recordings ranging from supersonic planes and barking dogs to car horns and brush bristles.

The exhibition will be the first major UK exhibition to focus on Cripps’ practice, exploring through paintings, drawings, film and audio from the Stephen Cripps Archives.

In Real Life is curated by Ingrid Swenson.

Thanet Concert Band 50th Anniversary Concert

22 October, 7.30pm, Holy Trinity Church, Broadstairs

Come join the band and enjoy a night of music in all genres.
Tickets £7 available at the door or 01843 867344

Budapest Cafe Orchestra

23 October, 7.30pm at the Sarah Thorne Theatre, Broadstairs

Christian Garrick and BCO played traditional folk and gypsy-style music from the Balkans and Russia, Klezmer laments, Romanian Doinas, Hungarian Czadas and more.

£15 in advance / £17 in front.BOOK NOW

SLAP RASH and SLEEMO at Ramsgate Hall

October 23. Opening time: 7:30pm

Noise rock duo SLAP RASH makes their concert hall debut, while Norwich power trio SLEEMO returns.

Events for all ages.Tickets £10 + £1.50 booking fee BOOK NOW

rumble wrestling

23 October, The Centre, Alpha Road, Birchington, 3pm-5pm

Rumble Wrestling brings some of the best ace from around the country to the Burchington Centre for a two-hour non-stop show for a Sunday afternoon half term special.

An exclusive appearance from Harry Potter movie star Little Legs, as well as Kent favourites and Rumble Champion from Maidstone Sid Manelli will be joined by Medway rising star KM Lane and outspoken Tate Mayfairs making his first visit from his penthouse The area’s Soho suite in London and the controversial Japanese invader Mr. Shinu will also play the role he faces.

The promoters promise a family-friendly show that the kids will love – boo the bad guys and cheer the good guys, as Rumble Wrestling will feature a series of single-player matches, ending with Rumble, where everyone is fighting for their only elimination Method “Crossing the Top Rope”

Tickets are £12. Special savings on child tickets for just £5 if purchased with an adult ticket.

Find tickets on the event page here

Comfort Inn Ramsgate Wedding Expo

Free admission on October 23rd at 11am
free gift pack

Watch out for our list of Halloween events this weekend

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