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UMBRELLA


Canterbury City Council Museums


and Galleries Service www.canterbury-museums.co.uk


Relic! Guardians of the Museum 4 different family trails at museums in Canterbury, Herne Bay and Whitstable. Explore the galleries and complete challenges to become Guardians of the Museum and win a small prize. Age 5 to adult. Part of the BBC/British Museum A History of the World project 16 to 30 October Canterbury Roman Museum, 10am – 4.30pm Museum of Canterbury, 11am – 3.30pm Included in usual entry price, free to Canterbury District Residents Card holders and their families Herne Bay Museum, 10am – 3.30pm Whitstable Museum, 10am – 3.30pm Admission Free All museums closed Sundays


Printing Pictures Make your own prints inspired by artists such as Turner and Henry Moore. Saturday 16 October and Wednesday 27 October Whitstable Museum, Oxford Street 10am - 12.30pm Drop-in event Admission free Ages 5+


48 The Seven Ages of


Canterbury Inspired by the BBC’s Seven Ages of Britain – a guided tour of objects telling the story of Canterbury and its place in the world. Tuesday 19 October 11am - 12pm Friday 22 October 3pm - 4pm Museum of Canterbury, Stour Street Tickets £5 on 01227 475202 Ages 12+


Beaney Archaeological


Finds Day In partnership with Canterbury Archaeological Trust Chat with archaeologists about their excavations at the Beaney site, and see special finds in close-up detail. Saturday 23 October Museum of Canterbury 1.30pm - 4pm Drop-in event Usual entry charges apply Ages 12+


Make Mosaic! Create your own mini ceramic tile mosaic to take home inspired by Roman objects. Thursday 28 and Friday 29 October Canterbury Roman Museum, Butchery Lane 10am - 3pm Tickets £5 on 01227 475202 Age 5+ One accompanying adult free with each child.


Canterbury Environmental


Education Centre Broad Oak Road. CT2 7PX www.naturegrid.org.uk Tickets on 08458 247600


Fungi Foray Exploring the nature reserve and its fascinating fungi. www.naturegrid.org.uk Sunday 17 October 10am - 12pm Tickets £6.50 Ages 12+


Great Stour River Walk A guided walk following the Stour from the Westgate Gardens to CEEC. Tuesday 26 October Meet at North Lane Car Park beside Westgate Towers 9.30am (duration 3 hours) Tickets £5


Help garden wildlife


over winter Discover how to make your garden ready for winter to help local wildlife, and make homes to take with you. www.naturegrid.org.uk Wednesday 27 October 9.30am - 12.30pm Tickets £12.50


Canterbury Gregorian Music


Society The Angelus, the Ave and the Salve


Chants at 12pm around Canterbury throughout the Festival.


Saturday 16 October Eastbridge Hospital, 25 High Street Saturday 23 October Greyfriars Chapel, Stour Street Saturday 30 October St John’s Hospital, Northgate. Including a short tour of St John’s at 11am.


Gregorian 101 A workshop for beginners to learn the chants and join in on the day. Saturday 23 October Greyfriars Chapel, Stour Street 10am - 11.30am Tickets £10 on contact@gregoriansociety.org or 07974 738324


Sarah Thorne


Theatre Club Memorial Theatre, Hilderstone, St Peter’s Road, Broadstairs. CT10 2JW www.sarahthorne-theatreclub.co.uk Tickets on 0845 2626263 (10am – 2pm, 24 hour answerphone) or email info@sarahthorne-theatreclub.co.uk


Patrick Dunn - Piano The celebrated pianist will perform works by Chopin, Liszt and Szymanowski. Saturday 16 October 7.30pm Tickets £8 (£6 Children)


The Rape of Lucrece RSC actor Gerard Logan presents his acclaimed solo performance of Shakespeare’s terrifying poem. Sunday 17 October 7pm Tickets £12 (£10 STTC Members and Friends of the Festival)


Rosemary Hawthorne is


‘The Knicker Lady’ This hit show is a hilarious romp through the history of the humble knicker. Saturday 23 October 7.30pm Tickets £12 (£10 concessions)


Victoria Davies - Harp The international harpist will perform works from Bach to Britten. Sunday 24 October 3pm Tickets £9 (£7 concessions)


The Story of Gilbert &


Sullivan The story of the great duo performed by Tim Hurst-Brown and Peter Hewitt. Saturday 30 October 7pm Tickets £12 (£10 concessions)


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