Music to feed the people

Mark Stewart

“I will be transmitting sci-fi lullabies from the haunted dancehall – “la Luta continua” -THIS is my creed.”

This Saturday, a unique shindig from Faith In Strangers curates music and visuals featuring legend Mark Stewart, Janine Rainforth, Sad Man and Liotia, Uncle Festival On Acid, BombArt as well as an interview with Sharon Goodyer and Ben Millar from Our Kitchen conducted by John Robb.

All ticket proceeds go to support Our Kitchen’s work in Thanet and cost a minimum of £5 but we encourage you to pay what you can afford via the donations payment. For more, visit Our Kitchen On The Isle Of Thanet

Our Kitchen helps people in Thanet who are struggling to get a healthy, nutritious diet. Over 27% of Thanet’s children live in poverty, yet food becomes an issue that is often overlooked. People who visit get good quality foods at about 40% of the normal supermarket cost, customers leave with a sense of dignity as well as a full shopping bag. Our Kitchen also helps with this with Meal Kits and Recipe Cards via its shops in Margate and Ramsgate. Ben Millar pulled together the finest of talents after beginning to volunteer at the start of lockdown.

Our Music is a compilation album featuring the likes of Andrew Weatherall, Lumpen Nobleman, Lee Scratch Perry, Mark Stewart and Adrian Sherwood. It costs £5 but you can pay more if you want, or buy it multiple times as gifts for all your pals. The proceeds will go to help support Our Kitchen in its great work in the community of Thanet. Download it here from Bandcamp.

Tickets for the party can be found on Eventbrite:

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