Spread the Love
February 11, 4pm-9pm,The Mascot Gallery, 7 Chatham St, Ramsgate
Featuring a live set from DJ Love & The Cosmic Afterthought
Bamboo Buddha Cocktails
Loved & Lost Valentines Jewellery Event with CR Rings
Interactive D-art installation by Bernie Gardner
Raising funds for Sugar Rush
Discovery Planet free heart workshop
February 11, Discovery Planet at 47 High Street, Ramsgate
Discovery Planet’s workshops will explore how the heart functions in more detail, and help you understand why and how you can keep it healthy.
The fun, interactive sessions, open to all ages, will take place on Saturday, February 11 in Discovery Planet’s HQ. As usual it’s completely free of charge, there is no need to book, and people can just drop in at the start of each hourly session, between 10am and 3pm (which is when the last one begins). The 10am slot will be a special calm session, for those that require a quieter environment.
February 11, Sarah Thorne Theatre, Broadstairs
1st show: 12pm
2nd show: 3pm
It’s a dinosaur? How can it be in the 21st century? It’s a mystery! It must be Mysterrasaur!
Join the quirky scientists as they try piece evidence together. Whose theory makes sense?
Adult advance:£10 / On the door:£12
Children advance:£8 / On the door:£10
Family ticket (4) :£32
February 10-12, The Centre, Birchington
Shows – Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm/ Saturday and Sunday at 2.30pm
Birchington Guild of Players present ‘Aladdin’ a family fun pantomime
Join Aladdin on his adventures with the genie of the magic lamp and his three wishes
A licensed bar is available
Adults £12+ booking fee
Children £9 + booking fee
Group – 10 or more £7 + booking fee
Large Plants at Ramsgate Music Hall.
February 11, doors Open: 7:30PM
Suddenly without a band and faced with the enforced lockdown of Summer 2020, Jack Sharp set up in a friends’ old barn in Bedfordshire and created biker-rock with Large Plants
Hailing from Faversham in Kent, folk-rock band Green Diesel first emerged in 2009 and take their inspiration from the depths of English folk lore and legend and the classic folk rock sound of their predecessors Fairport Convention and The Albion Band.
All ages event.
Tickets £10 + £1.50 Booking Fee Book now
Lo Barnes & Claire Pitt Wigmore
February 11, Tom Thumb Theatre, Cliftonville, 8pm
Lo Barnes is a rock n roll singer songwriter and Claire Pitt Wigmore is a multi-instrumentalist who performs blues guitar solos, accompanied by ambient vocals and soulful chord progressions.
Tickets from £7 Book now
Happy Birthday Mr Dickens!
February 11, Dickens House Museum in Broadstairs,3pm
The Broadstairs branch of the Dickens Fellowship proudly presents a birthday celebration for author Charles Dickens
* Cream Tea * Grand Raffle * The Dickens Declaimers’ performance of Little Dorrit and the Circumlocution Office *
Tickets £12, from Willow Fabrics, 165 High St., Broadstairs, or from email@example.com
Proceeds in aid of the Cheerful Sparrows local Thanet charity.
Queen of Hearts Valentine Event
February 11-12, Westwood Cross, 12-4pm
Enjoy a free interactive event as Westwood Cross heads into Wonderland
Visit Wonderland at Westwood Cross between 12pm and 4pm on Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th February to enjoy a day of free events and entertainment for the whole family.
The winners of the daily croquet competition will each receive a Pamper Hamper worth £250.
Lego Exhibition at The RAF Manston History Museum
February 11, 10am to 3pm
Family friendly LEGO exhibition.
(Normal museum entrance fees apply)
Gardens Groups – Tasty Planters. Give and Share morning
February 11, 10am to noon, Pierremont Park in Broadstairs
It’s time to get ready to sow some vegetable seeds…
Free packets of vegetable seeds, collect yours from Pierremont Park
Check the Gardening Groups webpage from midday on Friday 10th Feb for any possible change of date. www.broadstairstownteam.org.uk
Channel Dash service
A service to mark the World War Two Channel Dash operation will take place on Sunday (February 12) at the Channel Dash Memorial at Ramsgate harbour at 10.45am.
The Ramsgate Royal Naval Association has taken on the organisation of the service after the Channel Dash Memorial Trust closed down last year.
Sponsored Walk & Protest to Save Sugar Rush
February 12, from noon, Ellington Park ,meet at Bandstand area
Calling all puppies & dogs, babies & toddlers, SDA pupils & parents & adults.
Wrap up warm, bring signs and placards to carry to ‘save our community space’
Walking 15 laps of the park (to represent the 15k Sugar Rush need to raise for a new base)
Crowdfunder at: https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/stagedoorarts…
NOBS. DOWN WITH LOVE
February 12, Sugar Rush in Ramsgate High Street, from 7pm
Poetry, spoken word, song and comedy event
Free Entry- Box for cash donations if you would like to, but there is no expectation.
The venue is wheelchair accessible and serves a selection of hot & cold drinks and 0% alcohol available.
A MAN CALLED OTTO (15)
Palace Cinema Broadstairs
Otto (Tom Hanks) is a grump who’s given up on life following the loss of his wife. When a young family moves in nearby, he meets his match in quick-witted Marisol, leading to a friendship that will turn his world around in this dryly comic adaptation of the best-selling novel.
Friday 10 February to Thursday 16 February
Thanet -Kellie Hogben exhibition
York Street Gallery
February 8-15 (Saturday, Sunday and Tuesday, 11am – 3.30pm)
A new exhibition from Kellie Hogben, featuring new and existing work featuring views and landmarks from all around Thanet. Expect highly detailed original drawings, miniatures, expressive seascapes, limited edition prints, and hand-drawn one-off greetings cards.
The Wild Thought
Now until 24 February, The Lido Stores in Ethelbert Terrace, Cliftonville, open Wednesday-Sunday 11am-5pm.
Original contemporary art by 48 shortlisted artists, including works by Robin Dixon, Paul Hazelton, Sadie Hennessy, Catherine Lette and Jim McClean.
Gallery owner Kristen Healy, herself an artist, has curated the exhibition following submissions from dozens of artists across the United Kingdom and Ireland.
“We’ve kept The Wild Thought free to enter, with a short time to apply to keep the exhibition fun and exciting”, said Healy. “The quality of entries has been fantastic. Our exhibiting artists have submitted some poignant, erotic and sometimes amusing mediations on the themes of love, lust, heartbreak and betrayal.”