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TUESDAY 13th August - ALL ROCKITS - TENTERDEN, HAWKHURST & RUBIES  AT ST MILDRED'S HALL

We have a final rehearsal before Tractorfest plus an attempt at our summer Adiemus song challenge ( learn your part first HERE).  There will be a simple buffet provided.  We will run through our Tractorfest songs (and dance moves) and discuss what to wear, eat, drink . . .

Bring your friends and relations - this is a chance to show them what you get up to when you go 'singing' on a Monday, Tuesday or Thursday night!

THIS IS A FREE EVENT!

DONNA DEMONSTRATES SOME SIMPLE ROCKIT MOVES TO 'DANCING DOLLY'

2019 MAIN EVENTS

  • August 13th - Adiemus song challenge and summer social
  • August 17th & 18th - Tractorfest - all rockits
  • October - Think Pink month - Oct 4th The George, Robertsbridge - Oct 18th Vestry Hall, Cranbrook.
  • November 1st - Beatlemania @ Rochester cathedral
  • December 5th - Rockit around the Christmas Tree - Town Hall
  • December 17th - end of term party White Lion

2020 MAIN EVENTS

  • July 3, 4, 5 - Tentertainmebt

Summer for The Rockits is all about Biddenden's Tractorfest. During the term we are working on a brand new set. Both groups will then come together to sing on the Tractorfest Trailer stage on August 17th and 18th.   

THE ROCKITS MEET WEEKLY IN 'TERM TIME'.  

You can join at any time - no need to wait for a new term

TRY FOR FREE - just come along to any session

MONDAYS 7 for 7.15PM - The Pavilion, King George V Playing fields, Moor Hill, Hawkhurst. TN18 4PG (post code is for the generalarea but NOT exact)

TUESDAYS 7 for 7.15pm  St Mildred's Hall, Church Road, Tenterden

Our favourite film with our favourite songs!

AUGUST 3RD

Leeds castle have an open air singalong showing of The Greatest Showman.  Pack a picnic and lets get together for a fun Summer evening

Full details are below

LINK

With Donna at the helm THE RUBIES enjoyed a rather successful, if a littlewind blown, time at the Wealden Fayre.  The Ruby Sisterz were excellent too