The Tower Theatre - Folkestone venue, converted from the Garrison Church
Broadstairs Folk Week - Every August - Broadstairs comes alive with music and colourful people
Faversham Folk Club - Wednesday nights at the Chimney Boy, Faversham
Tenterden Folk Festival - Concerts, dances, workshops etc in the beautiful Kent town of Tenterden in October
Whitstable Sessions - Regular folk/roots/americana events held at the Royal Native Oyster Stores, Whitstable
Kingston Barn - To book or Hire the Barn as a venue
Folk in the Barn Recommends....
Around Kent Folk (AKF) is the independent folk magazine for Kent, Surrey, Sussex and beyond and is published six times a year.
The Black Robin - Our cosiest venue and friendly pub/restaurant
Culture in Kent - Culture in Kent aims to make it easy for culture lovers to find and experience the best that Kent has to offer in the arts and culture.
Fairport Convention - What can I say about this legendary and wonderful band. National Treasures one and all, with a fabulous festival each August
Folk on Foot - Award winning podcast series with former BBC executive and folk lover - Matthew Bannister
The Folk Charts - The official Folk Albums Top 40
Hobgoblin - huge range of acoustic, folk, celtic and world musical instruments
ENTS24 - Local and national listings site
Index Digital - a lifestyle informative web site covering the needs of online visitors in Kent and Sussex.
Juliets Farm Shop and Cafe - In Ash. One of the friendliest, tastiest cafes around with a fab farm shop attached.
Barham Village - local info hostelries/accommodation for the Barn concerts
Cube - top niche design agency - discerning, generous - recommended
The Goods Shed - Local Indoor Farmers Market with Restaurant, cafes, deli counters and great poster wall/door
Visit Kent - all about what's happening in our County
Folk in the Barn Radio - A lovely informative listen every Tuesday evening with Keith Peverley and Ann Parker Thompson playing their selection of folk, roots, blues, folk-rock etc etc and plenty of warmth and fun and banter, all with a Folk in the Barn connection.