Saturday July 6
DEAL'S NAVAL AND
ROYAL MARINE HISTORY
Natasha Greenham, Singing for Pleasure and Lord Gawain Douglas
11.00am St Saviour’s Church, The Strand, Walmer
Natasha and Gawain will take us on a journey through Deal’s Naval and more recent Royal Marine history, capturing and re-telling humorous, tragic and moving folk songs and tales from the Napoleonic times, Waterloo and Trafalgar through to the time of the Royal Marines School of Music in Deal.
The stories, poems and songs they have selected tell of the struggles and beauty of life in the Navy and Marines but also connect this to Deal people and life and the impact of this history on the culture of Deal today.
Admission Free – retiring collection in aid of DMA education work
MUSIC IN THE PARK 2
Free event held at the rear of St George’s Church, Deal
1.30 – 3.30 The Railway Swing Band
The second of Deal Music & Arts Proms in the Park style events, which welcomes families and all ages for an afternoon of music making and sheer fun! East Kent’s very own Railway Swing Band entertains you in style, and there will be stalls and face painting. Oh, and don’t forget to bring a picnic!
RONNIE SCOTT’S JAZZ ORCHESTRA
Musical Director Pete Long
7.30pm St George’s Church, Deal
A universal truth indeed. This Gustav is Good Stuff! (LONDON JAZZ NEWS)
For the last two years Pete Long and Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Orchestra have enraptured sell out audiences in Deal. These are the UK’s very best jazz musicians coming together at full steam! They perform a homage to ‘the Duke’, with Ellington’s own celebrated versions of Grieg’s Peer Gynt and Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker Suite together with a stunning brand-new jazz version of Gustav Holst’s The Planets, recreated in the style of Duke Ellington by Pete Long.
Book early to avoid disappointment.
Ticket Prices: Premium £28.00 Full £24.00 (Friends of DMA Premium £26.00 Full £22.00) Students half price
Tickets available from The Astor Community Theatre, Deal on 01304 370220 or online www.astor.org