Tomorrow night (July 28) is the finale show for the Ramsgate Festival of Sound – with a fantastic gig at the Ramsgate Tunnels.
The music kicks off at 7pm with Annie Bea who, with her pianist Fi Mac, entertains the likes of Quentin Tarantino and Ennio Morricone in Hollywood.
At 8.30pm it is a set of progressive punk rock with The Ramsgate Hovercraft.
Then at 9.30pm Nicholas de Carlo and Helga Dorothea Fannon present “A Heart”. Inspired by the song “Something To Lose“ by local singer-songwriter Mikey Collins, composer-producer Nicholas de Carlo and artist-filmmaker Helga Fannon, they have developed music and multi-film projections on the cliff face outside the Ramsgate Tunnels.
At 9.45pm A century of archive footage is used for Arcadia by BAFTA winner Paul Wright. His work will be projected 20 metres onto the cliff face.
There are also plenty of activities during the day including the Ramsgate handmade market in Habour Parade from 11am to 5pm where visitors can find artisan stalls and street food, lots of options for rummaging and discovering goodies galore!
Sunday is also the final day of Smack Boys in the Sailor’s Church, created by sound artist Emily Peasgood.
Visitors to Smack Boys can experience the ‘revival’ of 19th century Smack Boys by hearing them moving around upstairs, chatting, playing, saying their prayers, and singing hymns.