Things to do and see in Thanet, November 11-13

Remembrance display in Minster Photo Carl Hudson

The Kentish Belle and Diesel-pulled British Pullman

The 45606 Falkland Islands will “live again” as it hauls The Railway Touring Company’s ‘The Kentish Belle’ from London Victoria to Margate on Friday, November 11. Margate 12:47pm – 1:15pm. Then passes Broadstairs at 1:20pm and Ramsgate 1:24pm. Find the timetable here

The Pullman will also be coming through Broadstairs from Ramsgate at 2.20pm for those keen to grab a photo.

Other Echoes

Experimental music & sound art every other Friday at 101 Social, 101 Northdown Rd, Cliftonville,

“Other echoes. Inhabit the garden. Shall we follow?” T.S. Eliot – The Four Quartets

A fortnightly series of experimental music events named after the quote from the T.S. Eliot poem.

A friendly space to explore and develop. A place for audiences to discover new things, and for performers to try out new approaches.

No specific genre, but always something interesting and different. All of this while eating pizza.

11th November, 7pm-midnight

Featuring two members of Margate’s Crab Museum

DJ Detweiler

Weird flex from Berlin

Chase Coley and Pascal Colman Horror music you can sleep to Raxil4

Analogue dronescapes

Flouncing

Formerly Dadmagnet

Entry is by donation via cash or card, which goes to the musicians:

Standard £5, Low income £2, Extra-generous £10 Nobody turned away for lack of funds

Online tickets at: https://echoes.anoteonarainynight.com/event/other-echoes-5/

Poppy Line Dance Social

November 11, The Centre, Birchington, 7.30pm

Dancing to CD’s

Dances suitable for Beginners and Improvers
Country, Irish, Latin & Pop
Old Favourites and some of the newer ones

Non dancers welcome

Licensed Bar, Bring your own nibbles, Charity raffle in aid of Royal British Legion. Wear a poppy

Tickets £7.50 in advance. Email [email protected]

Art for Art’s Sake

Jeff Laurents photo exhibition at The Front Room, 10 Bellvue Road,Ramsgate.

November 11-13 and November 18-20. 11am to 5pm

Photographic prints plus some large canvases and 2023 calendars for sale including ones for Ramsgate, Broadstairs, Margate, Thanet, Whitstable and Sandwich and Deal.

TRIANGLE OF SADNESS (15)

Palace Cinema, Broadstairs

Winner of this year’s Cannes Palme d’Or.

Annoyingly perfect ‘It couple’ Carl and Yaya (Harris Dickinson – See How They Run, Souvenir Pt.II – and Charlbi Dean) are fashion models and influencers whose romantic relationship is increasingly soured by money. Offered free places on a luxury cruise, they find themselves sharing a superyacht with a Russian oligarch and some genteel arms dealers, while a deeply unhinged Marxist alcoholic seadog (Woody Harrelson – Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri, The Hunger Games, Natural Born Killers) captains an increasingly chaotic ship.

What first appears to be a journey into Instagram-hell quickly becomes the real deal, as this motley crew find themselves stranded on a desert island with no mod-cons, cat-fighting for survival.

As their social hierarchy is turned upside down, revealing the tawdry love triangle of power, money and beauty, the super-rich and entitled may make for easy targets in this contemporary Lord of the Flies

Friday 11 November to Thursday 17 November

Book at https://thepalacecinema.co.uk/whats-on/

Thanet Chamber Choir concert

Saturday, 12th November at Holy Trinity Church, Bellevue Rd, Ramsgate,3.30pm

The Thanet Chamber Choir is marking Armistice weekend with a concert entitled “Hear my Prayer – Music for Remembrance”. The programme includes music from British composers spanning the centuries from Henry Purcell in the 16th century (the concert takes its title from his exquisite 8-part anthem “Hear my prayer, O Lord”) , via William Harris (“Faire is the heaven” and “Bring us, O Lord God”), Vaughan Williams (“Valiant for truth” and “Lord thou hast been our refuge”) and others, to the present day. The concert includes two pieces by local composer Tim Attride: “We shall keep the faith” and “In Flanders Fields”.

Tickets, priced at £10 each (under 18s free) are available from Eventbrite, or Vinyl Head Record Shop, 16 West Cliff Road CT11 9HW. Tickets will also be on the door (subject to availability).

The Tell-Tale Heart

Saturday 12 November, Sarah Thorne Theatre, Broadstairs, 7.30pm

Rumpus Theatre Company presents the supernatural murder mystery The Tell-Tale Heart
based on Edgar Allan Poe’s classic Victorian chiller

Imagine you have committed a murder. Imagine someone heard the scream and the police come calling. They’re friendly enough, but will your conscience betray you? And what is that noise in your ears that grows ever louder? Is it the beating of your own guilty heart … or is it the heart of the man you’ve just killed!

Tickets £16 in advance / £18 on the door. Book now

Spirit Of The Beehive at Elsewhere, Margate

November 12. Doors open at 7pm. Spirit Of The Beehive at 9:15pm

Presented by Art’s Cool.

This is a 16+ event.

General Admission ― £15.40
Pay-It-Forward Ticket ― £15.40 Book now

Ramsgate Tunnels team and local historian Isaac Naylor talk Defending Albion

November 12. Start time 7pm

Ramsgate’s wartime story would not be complete without an examination of the involvement of the armed forces. In this remembrance weekend special, Isaac explores the stories of the regular, territorial, and Home Guard units who were raised and served within the town. From the crews of the local anti-aircraft batteries and Ramsgate’s own territorials to the RAF Search and Rescue unit who risk life and limb rescuing downed pilots, and shipwrecked sailors, from the jaws of German aircraft!

Suitable for 16+

£7.00 (includes tea + biscuits) Book now

Funke and the Two Tone Baby is performing at Ramsgate Music Hall

November 12. Doors Open: 7:30pm

Following his extraordinary sellout show last year, Funke and The Two Tone Baby returns to Ramsgate.

A one-man phenomenon that mixes folky singalong anthems with blistering blues riffs, juxtaposed with fat bass, big beats and sub kicks.

Tickets  £12.00 + £1.50 Booking Fee. Book now

World Poetry Slam Champion Harry Baker

November 12,Tom Thumb Theatre, Eastern Esplanade, Cliftonville,  8pm

Tickets £12.00. Book now

Charity Christmas Fayre

November 12, Margate Baptist Church, New Street, Margate, 11am to 3pm

Charity Christmas Fayre raising funds for Prostate Cancer UK and The Stroke Association. Free entry

Tombola
Trash or Treasure
Spin The Wheel
Handmade Crafts
Christmas Gift Stall
White Elephant
Pick a Bag
Tea, Coffee, Cake & Scones
Sweets
And much more…

November Open Day

November 12, Broadstairs College, 10am to 1pm

Explore the courses on offer
Meet tutors and current students
Discover student life
Get advice on student finance
Get help completing your application

Save time and pre-register: http://www.ekcgroup.ac.uk/broadst…/whats/november-open-day

Margate Collectors Fair

November 12, Union Church, Union Crescent, Margate,10am to 3pm

Bi-monthly event, buying and selling old postcards, stamps, militaria, coins, cigarette cards, ephemera and small antiques and collectables etc.

NOBS 4-  Fawking Hell it’s Nobvember

November 13, Sugar Rush, High Street, Ramsgate, 7pm

Happening every second Sunday of the month, the NOBS team, Gen, Jen and Heidi, are proud to have created a friendly, inclusive environment welcome to all, no matter your age, sexuality, gender, race or performing experience!

Free entry – A jazzy box for cash donations if you would like to, but there is no expectation.
The coffee shop venue takes both card and cash for refreshments.

There will be a small number of slots to sign up on the night – arrive when doors open at 7pm to grab a slot. The venue is wheelchair accessible, and serves a selection of hot and cold drinks,. There is also a large selection of 0% alcohol available.

Matthew Alexander Christmas Exhibition

November 12-December 23, Matthew Alexander Fine Art, Alexander’s gallery, Canterbury Road, Monkton

Winter exhibition by local fine artist and landscapist in his purpose-built gallery.

Deeply rooted in the great tradition of European landscape painting, the work of Matthew Alexander is clearly a continuation of the British Impressionist movement.

Contact [email protected]

Thanet Remembrance Services 2022

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