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1. Tom Thumb Theatre: SCANDAL NIGHTS. Fri 10.02.12 KENT
2. Gun & Spitroast traditional music class Wed. 08.02.12. KENT

From: "Jessica Jordan-Wrench" <jessicajordanwrench_at_hotmail_dot_com>
Date: Feb 6, 2012 20:44

Tom Thumb Theatre

Friday 10th February 7.30pm (doors open at 7pm)

Scandal Nights (6/5)

The Tom Thumb Theatre is delighted to welcome back the wonderful
Scandalmongers, for another monthly season of incredible storytelling, performance and live music.
This month features Frankie Jordan, Roisin Murray and Clive Holland - some of the UK's finest
performance stoytellers for grown-ups.


For more information:
visit        <>
call        01843 221 791
email        info_at_tomthumbtheatre_dot_co_dot_uk <tickets_at_tomthumbtheatre_dot_co_dot_uk>

The Tom Thumb Theatre
Eastern Esplanade, Cliftonville, Kent. CT9 2LB


From: gavin atkin <gavinatkin_at_yahoo_dot_com>
Date: 3 February 2012 19:52:45 GMT
Subject: Gun & Spitroast traditional music class 8th February

The next Gun & Spitroast traditional music class is on
Wednesday the 8th February.
The tunes - The Tip Top Polka, AM Shinnie and Hare's Waltz - are on the website now. They've each been asked for by class members.

e'll likely play a couple of tunes from earlier classes to warm up, but the real work of the evening will be to concentrate on the new tunes, which we'll play steadily and slowly, only moving on to the next one when it seems right to do so. We'll also spend some time thinking about how we can tackle the tunes and make them lively, danceable and interesting.

Towards the end of the evening, we may retire to the bar for some rather more informal sessioning!

We meet at the Gun & Spitroast pub at Horsmonden at 8pm on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month. The classes are free and all are welcome. If this email doesn't really apply to you, please don't throw it away - please pass it to someone who might find it useful!

Download pdfs, abcs and access YouTubes of the tunes we're working with at:


Cross Currents logo                 and link

CROSS CURRENTS - creating two new pieces of music with composer Robert Jarvis and 6 young musicians from 3 different cultural & ethnic backgrounds around Crawley.
Project Leader: Adam Bushell at: crosscurrents_at_f2s_dot_com
Our new band of musicians are now hard at work to compose and develop the final piece to be performed at The Hawth, Crawley on Friday March 2nd 2012.
Tickets 10 / child 5  Box Office:  Telephone Bookings: 01293 553636

Supported by

Arts                       Council EnglandCrawley Borough Council
in association with The Hawth, the Celtic & Irish Cultural Society and the Gurjar Hindu Union in Crawley


Penny Allen  -  General Manager

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Company Limited by Guarantee No: 5114495 registered in Cardiff


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