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]performance s p a c e[ Tiding

Tiding is a day long festival of performance art taking place between two historic churches in Folkestone and Romney Marsh.

The day begins with a welcome (vegan) picnic at the Romney Marsh site, where artists Sandra Johnston, Lynn Lu and James Jordan Johnson will present performances across the afternoon. Tiding continues into the evening in Folkestone, with more food and a further three performances by Monstera Delicsiosa, Léann Herlihy and Kelvin Atmadibrata.

performance s p a c e will organise free transportation between Folkestone and the Romney Marsh site. Further information can be found below.


Tiding is a celebration, marking the coming of spring and the possibilities of gathering together again. It also marks a significant transition for performance s p a c e, as this will be our final public programming in Folkestone.

Tiding is a free event, but we are asking audiences to RSVP so that we know how much food and transport to arrange.

Tiding is curated by Benjamin Sebastian and Joseph Morgan Schofield, and produced by performance s p a c e. The project is supported by Ash McNaughton and Marcin Gawin.

The project is funded by performance s p a c e, Kent County Council, Creative Folkestone and Roger De Haan Charitable Trust, and Kent Wildlife Trust.


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