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Lunchtime Disco
Mar
17
12:00 PM12:00

Lunchtime Disco

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Performance artist Liene Steinberga Cesar invites everyone to enjoy daytime clubbing, a forgotten part of Margate’s glorious history.

Dates: 16th & 17th March 12pm-2pm

The venue is wheelchair accessible.


POW! relies on the generosity of individuals, sponsors, partners and funding bodies to help keep the festival as accessible as possible.

There are many ways you can help support and participate with POW! activities and programming.

If you enjoyed the festival and want to see it develop, you can DONATE directly to POW!

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Jungle Girls
Mar
16
8:00 PM20:00

Jungle Girls

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Nanci & Phoebe are at the forefront of this generation’s jungle sounds.

Their fresh take on the genre breaks all conventions creating a new eclectic sound, mixing hip-hop flows, powerful and provoking lyrics, booming bass lines and stringent bluesy harmonies.

Urban online magazine Who’s Jack describe Nanci’s vocals as “powerful pipes to rival those of Adele and Florence Welch.” Phoebe’s lyrics encapsulate urban living which engage a politically, emotionally-aware audience.

Based in Brixton, the duo have been working closely with Congo Natty – aka Rebel MC who pioneered the jungle movement back in the 90s – since 2009, representing a unity that ignores race, age and social barriers.

With support from local female DJs, this is a party not to be missed.

The venue is wheelchair accessible.

Doors open at 8pm.

£10 IN ADVANCE, £12 ON THE DOOR (cash only on the door)


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Lunchtime Disco
Mar
16
12:00 PM12:00

Lunchtime Disco

Liene-Cesar.jpg

Performance artist Liene Steinberga Cesar invites everyone to enjoy daytime clubbing, a forgotten part of Margate’s glorious history.

Dates: 16th & 17th March 12pm-2pm

The venue is wheelchair accessible.


POW! relies on the generosity of individuals, sponsors, partners and funding bodies to help keep the festival as accessible as possible.

There are many ways you can help support and participate with POW! activities and programming.

If you enjoyed the festival and want to see it develop, you can DONATE directly to POW!

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The Mermaid’s Purse - MUSIC AND SPOKEN WORD NIGHT
Mar
15
7:30 PM19:30

The Mermaid’s Purse - MUSIC AND SPOKEN WORD NIGHT

The spirit of the sea and all its ancient, haunting majesty is celebrated with an evening of broken folk, spoken word and music in the spiritual surroundings of the Sailors Church.

Image by Alice Bryant

Image by Alice Bryant

Produced by jazz musician Jessica Lauren, performers include the spellbinding brokenfolk duo Lunatraktors, alongside Lizzie Bell, Daisy Beau and the award-winning poet Neelam Saredia-Brayley, whose set will reach out to the daughters of immigrants; mothers who stay, and their endless unconditional love; of girls who love girls; of girls who sing hurricanes away.

Please note that there are no toilets at this venue, but local cafe’s will have facilities available.

Tickets £10 IN ADVANCE, £12 ON THE DOOR (cash only on the door)

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Self Esteem
Mar
9
7:30 PM19:30

Self Esteem

Self-Esteem is the brand new project from Slow Club singer, Rebecca Taylor.

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Drawing influence from everything and anything – pop culture, the dark and light within her own life, her experiences on the road in a band that she loved but was no longer the place for her creatively, and the freedom that came from stepping away – her new sound is dramatic, direct and deafeningly exciting.

Paying tribute to her drumming expertise, songwriting ability and her wonderfully warm and intense vocals, steps forward first track, Your Wife. Impeccably produced by Django Django’s Dave Maclean, this lead single is the questioning of everything Rebecca’s surrounded by- the male dominated world she find herself in, the boundaries and freedoms that that world provides and her own sexual limits within those boundaries. It’s a track that manages to perfectly measure one’s own vulnerability against strength – a fascinating contradiction that defines Self Esteem.

The venue is wheelchair accessible.

Tickets are £12.50, and can be purchased directly from the venue via the button below.

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