Festival venues

We use numerous venues around Tenterden town centre including the following;

The Town Hall The Assemby Rooms upstairs hold is used for concerts and other events
The Tenterden Club The Moulton Hall and Evans Bar upstairs are ideal for festival barn dances, concerts and workshops.

St Mildred's Church The Church has great acoustics. 

The Church Hall and/or The Glebe Hall The Church Hall is adjacent to the Tenterden Club and the Glebe Hall is at the end of Church Road. Both are very suitable for smaller events and workshops. 

The Vine is used for music and song sessions. 

The White Lion is used for song and music sessions and concerts and workshops take place in the adjoining Saddlery.

The William Caxton is the home of the regular monthly song and music sessions and is used in the same way for the festival.

The Woopack including the barn at the back is used for song and music sessions

This Ancient Boro is used for a few music and song showcase events featuring festival guests 

Tenterden Museum is also sometimes used as a venue for exhibitions and Morris dancers perform on the forecourt.  

The Recreation Ground is a large open space at the Eastern end of the High Street and it is here we have a large marquee housing a showcase stage, craft, music and other stalls and a dance stage.

Kent and Sussex Railway hosts Morris dancers on the Town Centre station and on some of the trains over the weekend.  Singers may also entertain a few of the trains.

The High Street and town centre is where Morris dancers and folk dance display teams perform.

The informal and basic camp site is located in Morphs field off Station Road, just a short walk from the High Street.

Fringe events takes place in other venues and are listed in the programme

Page updated 1st November 2018

                         Tenterden Folk Festival: promoting folk song, music, dance, crafts and traditions: Charity No. 1038663                

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