Celtic and other Sessions in Kent

If you have been looking for the Wednesday Celtic session that was at the George Inn, Stone St. for a long time : the session is now back in the Anchor Inn in Wingham, after a short while at the Olde Beverlie in Canterbury.

However there are also now sessions in a number of pubs on different days of the week. New musicians are very welcome. If you would like to know what tunes are played at the different sessions, so you can practice, there is a growing amount of information at : www.kentfolk.com/sessiontunes/.

There are also some gig-reports from sessions, with photos and down-loadable .mp3 music :
Celtic Session :
French-Breton-European Session :

KentFolk Music web page

A most important session is an excellent French/European/Breton Session, that has some very traditional instruments, including pipes, "reed-capped shawm", and hurdy-gurdy, all in an excellent pub with good beer.
See the photo-report on the new section: [Current Gig Photos], where there are also some sound-clips.
This session was at the Rose, Wickhambreax, but has now moved to the Half Moon and Seven Stars at Preston, nr. Canterbury. It is on :

A Kent Folk Google Calendar just for Kentish Sessions :

If you already are signed up for Google Calendar, clicking on the button below will allow you to add a continually updated copy of this KentFolk Sessions Calendar to your private (secure) list of viewable and copyable calendars;
else it will take you to a Google page so that you can subscribe :

Note: for a calendar for Kentish Folk Clubs, now look on the News => Fok Clubs page. If you wish, Google allows you to merge these two, and also keep your own private calendar.