Here is a taste of what’s going on in the Sevenoaks District. Please use the websites, or email and telephone contact details provided to check whether booking is required or if there are any special instructions or restrictions.
Live at the Hive – Mind reading and Magic with Matt Daniel Baker – 7pm
Sebastian Faulks – Snow Country – 2PM – 3PM
Sebastian Faulks talks to Cathy Rentzenbrink on the very day his new novel is published. Sweeping across Europe as it recovers from one war and hides its face from the next, Snow Country is a landmark novel of exquisite yearnings, dreams of youth and the sanctity of hope.
Deborah Moggach – The Black Dress – 4PM – 5PM
Bestselling author of The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, Deborah Moggach unveils her new, beautifully observed, darkly funny, tender and surprising novel. The Black Dress is about life changes and the unexpected twists and pleasures of being alone.
Live at Life on High – Drag night with Danny Beard – 7pm
Live at the Oak – Band night – 8pm
Sounds of the 50’s and 60’s – 7:30pm
You can enjoy the sounds of the 50s and 60s by using the link below:
Live at Bligh’s Meadow – Live Music – 11am-2pm
Live at the Stag Theatre – Jukebox and Bobbysox – 2pm & 7:30pm
Now in it’s 35th year , the name of the group is based on the Italian word for spring, reflecting the joie de vivre that its musicians have always bought to their performances. Primavera as one of Britain’s finest ensembles has created an enviable reputation with an accolade of reviews at international festivals in Britain, including Brighton, Canterbury, Mayfield, Newbury, Perth, Winchester, and also abroad, in the Netherlands, Italy, Malta, France and Slovenia. They have made regular appearances on the South Bank and at the Wigmore Hall. and made two TV series entitled Music in Mansions for Meridian Television. As a small ‘chamber band’ they have recorded highly appraised CD’s of Mendelssohn String symphonies, Russian String works, a French and English collection of string music and as an ensemble, the Mendelssohn’s Octet and Second String Quintet.
For release this May on Divine Art Records is a new CD featuring music by Helen Habershon performed by our orchestra – London Primavera. New commissions have included works by leading composers such as Paul Patterson, Patrick Gowers, Gavyn Bryars, Malcolm Lipkin and Phillip Glass.
Tickets £27 include interval drinks
Alternatively book direct with Primavera by clicking link below (booking fee applies).