2 November 2019, 7.30pm, the Glassbox Theatre, Gillingham £10 We're really excited to be taking part in the Sea Folk Sing project with local musicians Russ Jemmett, Lucky Moyo, Anil Sebastian, Naomi Bedford and Paul Simmonds. We'll be opening the night, playing songs from our repertoire which celebrate our local heritage and in the theme of the night, songs of the sea. This will be followed by our accompaniment of the Sea Folk Sing choir, who will be performing a beautiful collection of songs written with the people of North Kent. From the energetic The Dockyard Rush to the enigmatic Hidden Power, the music explores our historic relationship with the sea and of our hopes for the future in the face of changing tides. Buy your tickets in advance here.
1 September 2019, 2.30pm We're very excited to be playing during the Faversham Hop Festival weekend at the beautiful venue The Hot Tin. Our performance will be followed by a set from local international music DJ, Some Kinda Cultcha, and it's all free entry.
17 August 2019, 7.30pm We'll be returning to the coast this summer to play a full set at Deal's beautiful venue, The Lighthouse.
11 August 2019, 4pm We are delighted to be playing at Broadstairs Folk Week for the very first time! We’ll be playing a free gig at the bandstand.
5 July 2019, 7.30pm An exclusive performance at Poco Loco in Chatham. For tickets, please check back nearer the time.
6 May 2019, 1.30 - 2.30pm We are delighted to be playing once again at Rochester Sweeps Festival. This time we'll be playing in Rochester Cathedral Crypt, and it's free entry!
28 February 2019 Private Booking
13 February 2019 We will be playing two short sets at the Icarus Club, a renowned, long-running acoustic music night at The Royal Standard Blackheath
29 January 2019: 6-9pm We're very excited to be performing on the Dominic King show: Kent Sessions, BBC Radio Kent! We'll be playing two originals, plus our very first cover, which we can't wait for you to hear! Listen live now!

2018 | 2020
The Flowing - a Medway based folk band