Things to do and see in Thanet, March 22-24

Margate crew charity car wash

Multitasking exhibition

The Lido Stores, Ethelbert Terrace, Cliftonville

Now until Sunday 7 April. Private view, Friday 22 March, 6pm-8pm

Multitasking, a group exhibition of 2D and 3D work from Eleanor Bedlow, Julie Caves, Geoffrey Chambers, Rebecca Elves.

Eleanor Bedlow’s fragile and tactile sculptures sit alongside delicate drawings and paintings.

Julie Caves is preliminarily a painter, whose interest is in the observation of light and colour.

Georffrey Chambers incorporates multiple disciplines into his practice which explores the dynamics of culture, assumed identities and belonging.

Rebecca Elves is interested in the unknown interiors of things, working intuitively between two- and three-dimensional forms,.

pink suits: Dystopian Hellscape

March 22, Tom Thumb Theatre, Cliftonville, 7pm – 11pm

Margate punk duo pink suits are kicking off their Dystopian Hellscape UK tour at The Tom Thumb Theatre

Playing their new album Dystopian Hellscape in its entirety, which will also be available to buy at The Tom Thumb exclusively for this show, 10 days before the general release.

Tickets £10 plus £1.30 booking fee Book now

Justines

1-2 Marine Gardens, Margate

Friday 22nd March – Lo Barnes and Diet Jesus + DJ set from Jo Curwood

Lo Barnes drops to the Justines basement for some haunting rocknroll.

From 7.30pm https://linktr.ee/justinesmargate

Saturday 23rd March – Pickled Margate

Pickled are back at Justines for some house music action, headlined by Derrick Patterson.

From 9pm https://linktr.ee/justinesmargate

Alexander pruning

March 23, 10am-noon, Mocketts Wood

Taking heads off Alexander plats. Meet by the container in front of the surgery at Hopesville Avenue

Mummy to Mummy Baby & Toddler Fair

Sunday 24th March, 4.30pm-6.30pm at Under 1 Roof, Pysons Road, Broadstairs.

Lots of new and returning stall holders selling their pre-loved items, some fabulous businesses including Mimi & Pier, Level Eleven Photography, Sensory Playground and Baby Buggy Valet.

All children can play for £1 during the event. Adult admission £1.

Margate Fire Station charity car wash

March 23, 10am-4pm, Margate Fire Station

Margate wholetime and part time firefighters will be holding a car wash event at the fire station on Saturday 23 March in aid of The Fire Fighter’s Charity.

Held in the fire station car park, on Grosvenor Gardens, Margate, drive over between 10am and 4pm to have your car washed by crews in exchange for a donation. Cash donations will be accepted.

To help the event run as smoothly as possible, please:
• Remain in your car
• Stick to the 5mph speed limit for all vehicles
• Once on-site, your vehicle engine will need to be switched off, with the handbrake put on, ready for your car wash

Hotpod Yoga

Two open days with free classes on March 23rd and 24th at 12:30pm.

Sessions at Hotpod Yoga for people who haven’t been to a class before. The days will be hosted by studio owner, Meegan Bradley, who will make the class accessible and fun for all.

To book: Go to www.hotpodyoga.com/studios/margate/prices Purchase £5 (refundable after attendance)  Open Day class pass. Book into the Saturday or Sunday 12:30pm class. Arrive 15 minutes before class starting

Hotpod Yoga, Margate House, 39-41 High St, Margate

Palace Cinema Broadstairs

DRIVE AWAY DOLLS 15

From writer-director Ethan Coen (Fargo, Blood Simple, The Big Lewbowski) comes a new comedy caper following uninhibited free spirit Jamie and her demure friend Marian on an impromptu road trip to Tallahassee, where things quickly go awry when they cross paths with a group of inept criminals. With Matt Damon, Pedro Pascal and Beanie Feldstein.

Friday 22 March to Thursday 28 March

SUNDAY SILENT: THE CAMERAMAN (1928) U

Our brilliant live piano accompanist Lillian Henley is back! And so is Buster Keaton, at the peak of his slapstick powers, with this late masterpiece. Silent Cinema heaven.

Sunday 24 March 4.30pm

Click here for details

Margate Bowling Club open day

March 23, from 11am onwards, 18 Northdown Avenue, Cliftonville

Free introduction to lawn bowls. Just bring a pair of flat trainers. New or experienced players are more than welcome to visit our club, meet and chat to members and check out the facilities. Just turn up. New members are always welcome from complete beginners to experienced bowlers.

If you require any further information about bowling matters, please telephone Roy Naylor (Chairman) on  07552102320

Car convoy Palestine demonstration

March 23

Campaigners from Thanet4Palestine are planning a “car convoy” to travel around Thanet.

Donal Lennon of Thanet4Palestine who are organising the convoy said: “We shall link the three major towns on the Isle of Thanet in one unified action.”

The convoy aims, says Donal, to protest at the British government’s role in the Gaza genocide.

The car convoy will assemble at 1pm at the Palm Bay Café in Margate. Anyone wishing to take part who doesn’t have a car will be found a space in someone else’s.

Absolute Bowie at Broadstairs Pavilion

March 23, 7pm

David Bowie tribute now in their 16th year of touring. National award winners of the ‘Best Bowie Tribute’ and ‘Best Band in the UK’ at the Agents Association of Great Britain Awards.

Featuring the vocals of John O’Neill as David Bowie, with Andy Marr on guitar, Matteo on bass, Alex Paollilo on keyboards, Alessandro Ricardi on drums and, when possible, Fiona Asbury on saxophone.

Click here to book tickets

Invicta Concert Band

Saturday 23rd March at 7.30pm, Sarah Thorne Theatre, Broadstairs

This local very popular concert band has a wide repertoire including military marches, big band, classical, film and popular music.

Tickets Advance £15.00 / Doors £17.00  Book now

Wicked Little Letters (15)

Carlton Cinema Westgate

When people in Littlehampton – including conservative local Edith – begin to receive letters full of hilarious profanities, rowdy Irish migrant Rose is charged with the crime. Suspecting something is amiss, the town’s women investigate.

March 22-28. Details here

Harmony Ladies Choir Spring Concert

March 23. St Philip’s Church, concert starts 2.30pm

Musical Director – Patrick Dunn with pianist Stefan Catto

The concert features “A Little Jazz Mass” by Bob Chilcott

Tickets £8 on the door

Look Mum No Computer

March 23, doors open 7.30pm, Ramsgate Music Hall

LMNC, known formally as Sam Battle, builds his own synths and musical machines which he plays at his live shows.

Tickets £16.50 Book now

Channel Soul’s Northern Soul Event

March 23, from 7.30pm, Red Arrow Sports & Social Club, Newington Road, Ramsgate.

DJs -Keith Lloyd, Jim Arnold, Nick Eede, Paul Howe

Tickets £7.50pp Book now

An Evening with Celloman

March 23, Olby;s Soul Café, Margate

Two shows in one evening, starting with a solo cello concert and a full band show to finish

Doors 5pm Solo / 8pm Band / Curfew 11pm

Celloman is the artist name of cellist Ivan Hussey. The project began in 2001 with the release of Aquador. Since then, Celloman has released a further 8 albums.

Show 1… 6pm: Celloman presents his new acoustic album: Cello Moods & Broods.

Show 2… 9pm: Celloman and band present the best tracks from a collection of albums and EP’s released over a period of 20+ years.

Tickets can be bought for either show, or both together. £14 Solo / £18 Band / £30 Both Book now

Margate Ceramics Market

March 23-24, 10am to 4pm, Turner Contemporary Margate

Margate Ceramics Market returns to The Foyle Rooms of Turner Contemporary after previous successful events.

There will be more than 40 new and established makers over 2 days.

POW in the Park

March 23, 10am to 4pm, Ellington Park, Ramsgate

A free family festival with performances, workshops, crafting, guided walks, Maker’s Market, food and drink vendors, and activities for all ages and genders including:

Bandstand performances from Tootles & Nibs, Maame, Lula Bye Bye, Neptunes Choir, Sugar Rush Dance School, Pie Factory Music, Kick Up A Fuss and Katie McGarry

Around the park activities with Foraging Walks and Trek-n-Crafts

Wellness Tent with Shala Yoga Thai massages, family yoga class with Motherhooding Yoga and chill out area

Craft Tent with face painting, cynotrype workshops, and drop-in crafting activities

Artisan market – craft curated goods and local produce. Celebrating locally made artisan craft

Indigo book launch

Inspirations Writers Group (IWG) continues moving from strength to strength, publishing not five, but six anthologies since their first publication Red, in 2017.

The Indigo book launch is on March 23 at Westgate Galleria from 11am to 12.30pm and later at Taddy’s Barn eatery from 1pm to 3pm.

Back to Ours Margate

March 23, 8pm-2am, Margate Arts Club, 276 Northdown Road, Cliftonville

Spring Equinox at the Margate Arts Club

This event is 18+

Tickets £5 Book now

The Orb

March 23, Doors open 7pm, Lido bar, Ethelbert Terrace, Cliftonville

Thick, textural soundscapes combined with ’60s psychedelia and ’70s prog with house beats and dub basslines at the Lido! 18+

Tickets £27.50 plus booking fee Book now

Ex-Display Sale

March 23-24, The WonderWorks at Hornby Hobbies Margate

Open 10am-3pm

The WonderWorks upcoming ex-display sale. Free entry

Local History Fair

March 24, 11am to 4pm, Margate Caves, Northdown Road

Find out more about what Thanet and the surrounding area has to offer. Talk to the people bringing history to life.​

Entry to the fair free – normal admission applies for the Caves

Grand Finale Variety Show closes POW Festival 2024

March 24, 3pm-6pm. Sarah Thorne Theatre, Fordoun Road, Broadstairs

The Power Of Women (POW) Thanet Festival is set to conclude with a spectacular Variety Show at the Sarah Thorne Theatre in Broadstairs.

The event is hosted by the award-winning comedian, writer, and radio personality Rosie Wilby.

The Variety Show lineup also includes Liv Morris, Ada Campe, Charlie George, Liz Bentley, ELZ and”Twisted Sister” by Carol Cooper- a dark comedy play directed by Jessica Turner. It features a riveting tale of contrasting siblings, performed by Kerrie Hayes and Kate Cooper.

No income: £6

Low income / 16-24 years: £10

General: £19

General + Donation: £26

Tickets from  www.powthanet.com

Menopause Wellness session

March 24, 10am, Quex Barn Birchington

Exploring Lifestyle Solutions to help manage Hot Flushes & Night Sweats ● Sleep Disturbances ● Sore Joints ● Fatigue ● Mood Changes ● Anxiety & Depression ● Bloating & Weight Gain ● Brain Fog & Memory Loss ● Dry skin

The morning will consist of:
Low impact body movement session
Workshop on understanding Menopause (Peri to Post) and exploring lifestyle solutions to help manage the symptoms
Rest & reset session (breathing & meditation)
Refreshments

Led by Sarah Rodriguez (Menopause Practitioner for Lifestyle Solutions, Level 3 Personal Trainer – CIMSPA, Health & Fitness Coach) and Katie Jayne (500YTT Ashtanga-Vinyasa Yoga Instructor with further training in Functional Anatomy and Movement, Mindfulness & Meditation Practitioner)

Save on additional platform fees by booking your £35 event ticket directly with Sarah Rodriguez via phone on 0782 771 1077 or email [email protected]

3 Comments

  1. All these losers driving their cars for Palestine (I guess the local environment isn’t high on their priorities) would be better engaged supporting the female pensioners… oops, I forgot, they don’t like old white people.

  2. An unmitigated pile of rubbish, a mixed bag of grifters and virtual signallers. Who cares about Gaza he only scored one decent goal.

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