Sunday 2nd October

Free Entry

Pub open from 12pm – Live music from 6pm

Join us for the ‘Sunday Service’ live music session which will feature four local singers and songwriters.


Jack Bowden is a singer-songwriter from South East Kent with an indie sound. He has a gift for word play and his (often humorous) songs give a cheeky and heartfelt insight into nightlife and modern romance. He’ll be sure to keep you smiling throughout his set!


His songs attempt to describe the trials and tribulations of modern life with a wistful yet hopeful melancholy. His sensitive voice and gentle acoustic guitar will take you on a melodic journey, through life and love. Drawing inspiration from traditional folk and modern folk artists, as well as a wide range of popular music, some of his songs have been likened to Elliot Smith, Nick Drake and Ben Howard.


A familiar face of the Kent music scene, Carl has written and recorded an impressive and diverse body of work over the last couple of years. This will be a rare opportunity to see him perform his original music on a stage!


Tom Mac started writing letters to heaven and sending them up in smoke through the chimney at the age of 10 and hasn’t stopped since, some of the fragments turn up in his songs in a style that is haunted by gospel and Celtic soul.