Broadcaster, songster and entertainer Brian Daubney tells the story of our harbour as the final course to a delightful lunch at The Royal Harbour Brasserie.
This will be an original, first telling, with 2000 years of Ramsgate history before you.
Arrive between 12:30 and 1pm with the entertainment finished by 3pm. Ticket price £12 to include fish and chips or paella plus a choice of desserts from the cabinet.
Brian works in words and images, on talks, articles, books, campaigns. Began on Radio 4’s Today Programme then Tomorrows World, TV Arts, Horizon and Open University. Promoted UK for British Overseas Trade Board, created his own Sunday Times magazine column. Edits Ramsgate Matters, creates projects to preserve coast, promote arts, charities, built environment and Kent beauty spots.
Buy tickets now to book your table to kick off the Festival in style. Booking by clicking on the button will take you to Eventbrite and there will be a booking fee of £1.33. You can also book your tickets in person at Nice Things, 19 – 21 Harbour Street, Ramsgate for which there is no booking fee.
Part of the Ramsgate Reflections series of heritage talks
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