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The Con Man Mischievous Theatre By Nick Downes and Clive Holland


Join Tom Askew – Elizabethan actor, charlatan, spy – in a darkly comic cut-throat tale. Prepare to be amused and intrigued as Tom shares his life, loves, experiences in Shakespeare’s company and his tragic friendship with Christopher Marlowe - in what might be his very last performance.


Furthur Fringe


Launch Party Furthur Productions kicks off the Festival Fringe with an Afrobeat party vibe, featuring Mr Lovebucket and Parisian guests Café Crème et les Frères Smith. This defiant music fuses jazz, Yoruba drumming, funk and charismatic vocals. Feel the beat!


Saturday 23 October Orange Street Music Club 8pm


Tickets £8


Plus a free Fringe Forum at 6pm exploring Afrobeat’s rich musical and political history.


Poetry City Workers of Art


Canterbury becomes alive with poetry and John Siddique creates a poem with and for the city’s people.


Saturday 23 October


and throughout the Festival Fringe Canterbury High Street All day


Wednesday 27 – Thursday 28


Canterbury Tells The Canterbury Laureate scheme’s popular showcase night of the best new writing in the area. Write on the theme of ‘Festival’ and sign up for the open mic on the night.


Tuesday 26 October The Jolly Sailor, 75 Northgate 6.15pm


Admission free


Friday Music Night A double-bill of exciting new composition and performance. Ruby Colley creates ethereal violin works combining her virtuosity with looping technology. Percussion group Sankorfa are inspired by African rhythms and minimalist composers such as Steve Reich.


Friday 29 October Orange Street Music Club 8pm


Tickets £8


The Supper Club Cabaret Canterbury’s most exotic and vaudeville club night, The Supper Club, will host the finale of the Festival Fringe for 2010. Live vintage rock’n’roll and cabaret and burlesque combined with a diner menu and audacious cocktails.


Saturday 30 October The Farmhouse, Dover Street 8pm – 2am


Tickets £10 33


October The Farmhouse, Dover Street 9pm


Tickets £6 Enjoy pre-show dinner at The Farmhouse for £10. Call 01227 456118 and quote CON MAN when booking.


Saturday 23 – Saturday 30 October 2010


Fringe Stand-Up Rib-tickling comedy from today’s hottest home-grown talent, including the hilarious Laura Lexx and Nicola Bolsover; compered by Olly Double.


Tuesday 26 October


The Old Brewery Tavern, The ABode Hotel, Stour Street 8.30pm


Tickets £5


The Lantern


Make Art Loud Experience a unique night of film, animation, sculpture and DJ-ing under one roof, as Canterbury’s most innovative and irresistible young artists come together to ask: what is 21st


century art?


Sunday 24 October Orange Street Music Club 7pm


Tickets £5


Society Billed as London’s Finest Folk Club, now The Lantern Society comes to Canterbury. Exceptional husband and wife duo Trevor Moss and Hannah-Lou make a beacon of Bramley’s Bar for fellow top musicians and audiences to congregate in a night of exquisite story and song.


Wednesday 27 October Bramley’s Bar, Orange Street 8pm


Tickets £5


Festival Box Office: 01227 787787 | www.canterburyfestival.co.uk


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