Live Gigs and Sessions
19.12.2019, 8:00 pm
Natasha Rose Douglas
Live In-Store at Smugglers Records Shop
Deal, Kent, UK
Smugglers Records Shop - a specialist and independent music shop and off license, vinyl, new releases, 2nd hand, beer on tap, tea, coffee, a fine selection of craft beer, nice people, .... and live music!
07.11.2019, 8:30 pm
Natasha Rose Douglas Live - 'What if'
Album launch at the Lighthouse, Deal, Kent, UK
The Lighthouse is an independent music and arts venue in Deal, Kent.
We strive to bring you an eclectic mix of music and creative events, hosting amazing artists from around the country and beyond.
Every Thursday, 10 - 11 am
Starting 31st October, sessions are term time only!
Parent and Baby Choir
The Landmark Centre,
Cleary Hall, Deal
£5 per family per session
Mamas and Papas Parent and Baby Choir is a singing group for
parents/carers and their babies/toddlers and is designed to be
uplifting and revitalising.
You will learn beautiful songs from around
the world which will bring joy to both you and your baby!
All songs are learnt by ear and no singing experience needed.
Parents can join in and out of the session as needed and full
concentration is not required! There will be 15 minutes at the end
where we will song children’s songs all together with play along
Stay for a coffee and a chat afterwards at the Spire Café.
No need to book, just turn up.
27.11.2019, 8:00 pm
Natasha Rose Douglas supporting Maya Youssef
at the Gulbenkian Theatre, Canterbury
Presented by Music for Change, in association with Gulbenkian
Supporting Maya Youssef who is a virtuoso Syrian qanun player from Damascus. Her innovative approach to playing the qanun has expanded her audiences to international platforms. She combines her extraordinary musical gifts with a generosity of outlook, warmth, humour and optimism.
Smugglers Festival, Little Mongeham, Kent, UK
Smuggler’s Festival is a festival local to the Deal area arranged by Smuggler’s Records, an independent record company which encompasses a wide array of music, from folk and sea shanties to Mongolian throat singing and alternative rock. If you’re looking for just one thing to enjoy at this festival, you will find it, there’s no doubt about that.