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JAM on the Marsh

Friday 11th July - Sunday 20th July 2014

JAM on the Marsh is a festival built around Kent’s magnificent Romney Marsh and its famous medieval churches. 

JAM on the Marsh brings a series of startling concerts and events to the Romney Marsh, featuring music, art, photography, theatre & poetry. From world-class music to a photography exhibition spanning the Marsh (literally!) and children’s events to a new theatre production, there is an event here for everyone!

Bus Services are available from Folkestone, Hythe, Dymchurch, St Mary’s Bay and New Romney to most events. This service costs £1 return & must be booked in advance. Please add bus tickets to your order AFTER you have added concert tickets to your cart.


JAM on the Marsh - Concerts & Events

Here are some highlights of JAM’s July schedule with City of London & JAM on the Marsh festivals to whet your appetite:

Selwyn College Cambridge sings Rachmaninoff Vespers

Red Note Ensemble & Michal Rogalski perform: John Adams, Samuel Barber, Judith Bingham (new oboe concerto) & Vaughan Williams

Mousai Singers & Onyx Brass perform Handel Coronation Anthems (inc. Zadok the Priest), John McCabe & Giles Swayne

Award-winning photojournalist, Justin Sutcliffe presents a personal photographic journey across the Romney Marsh

Paul Mealor introduces An Evening with Paul Mealor, containing music that has influenced him + works by him

Horse-drawn theatre company, Sabotage presents its new production Owlers

Five Marsh primary schools perform songs from Ex Cathedra’s Singing Playgrounds course

+ much, much more! Click here for details.