DAY FOUR - Saturday 29 June

Art workshop: Landscape painting with Paul Gadenne

Venue: Festival Marquee
Time: 9.30 am - 11.30 am

Saturday 29 June

Paul Gadenne is a Canterbury-based artist who is equally at home working in watercolour, acrylic and oil. His paintings are defined by an element of narrative and the everyday. Paul was a recent competitor on Sky Arts ‘Landscape Artist of the Year’.
 
Join Paul for a Landscape Painting Masterclass taking in the wonderful views looking towards Canterbury Cathedral and produce your own acrylic painting to take away. (Suitable for ages 13+ and adults.)

Ticket Price: £12 per person. The price includes tuition, materials and refreshments. Numbers are strictly limited to 30. Participants do not have to be experienced artists.

Drama: Fairy Tales

Saturday 29 June

Venue: Francis Musgrave Performing Arts Centre (Theatre)
Time: 6.00 pm (doors open 5.30 pm)

The St Edmund’s Drama Department is extremely excited to present two classic Grimm’s fairy tales performed by our Junior and Senior School pupils. 
 
Funny, musical, cruel and wondrous, these Brother’s Grimm tales are presented in an enchantingly fresh way in new adaptations that are beguiling and vigorously dramatic.
 
Director of Drama, Mark Sell, will produce and direct our pupils in a show that is sure to be fun for all the family.
 
Suitable for ages 5+

Ticket Price: £5.00 adult, £3.00 child/student u21

The Mad Hatter's Tea Party

This event is kindly sponsored by

Venue: Festival Marquee
Time: 3.00 pm - 5.00 pm

Back by popular demand, this is an event not to be missed. Once again, St Edmund’s Design Technology students’ have been working hard to ensure a spectacular afternoon of curious delights and designs with surprises for 2019 … so expect the unexpected!
 
Come and join Alice and friends for an afternoon of scrumptious sweet and savoury treats prepared by our Leiths cookery students and enjoy a tea party beyond your wildest imagination!
 
Suitable for all ages. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

Ticket Price: SOLD OUT

Saturday 29 June

Open Water

Saturday 29 June

Venue: Festival Marquee
Time: 7.45 pm

Open Water are an acoustic quartet steeped in the British Folk tradition with influences of Celtic and American Bluegrass music.  Featuring Richard Rozze (acoustic guitars/ dobro/ mandolin/ vocals) and award winning vocalist Joanne Doolan with the fabulous Jeff Alexander on guitar, banjo and vocals and Alex Keen on double bass.

Based in the South East of England, Open Water bring a fresh approach to acoustic music and play finely crafted original compositions alongside excellent arrangements of popular and traditional songs. 

”Richard Rozze is an artist who has successfully forged a unique approach to his playing and compositions. He glides effortlessly through multi-genre worlds, his solos flawlessly committed to his surroundings. “ Paul Booth – saxophonist with the Steve Winwood Band.

www.openwatermusic.co.uk

The evening will begin with folk-inspired acoustic performances from selected St Edmund’s musicians.


Ticket Price: £8 adult; £5 child/student u21

This event is kindly sponsored by

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