Vibes from the Vines at The Mount Vineyard

Relax and chill this August at Sevenoak’s The Mount Vineyard in the new Flint Bar!

Nestle amid the vines to soak up DJ Marcel Mendez performing atmospheric “Vibes from the Vines” DJ sets at The Mount’s fabulous Flint Bar, while sipping your summer drinks.

“Vibes from the Vines” are happening:

Sunday 18th August 1pm - 6pm 

Sunday 25th August 1pm - 4.30pm

Monday 26th August (Bank Holiday) 1pm - 6pm 

(Flint Bar opening and events are subject to dry weather)

Music at the Mount

Book now for Music at the Mount Vineyard, in Shoreham. Friday April 26, is the date for an evening of wine, food and music, all to put you into a relaxed mood at the start of a Spring weekend. Tickets cost £30/pp and include a glass of welcome bubbles, a cheese and charcuterie platter to share between two, stone-baked pizza slices and music from Jay Scott and The Find.

To book a table at 7.00 pm or 7.30 pm, please call, email or visit our website

T: 01959 524008, option 2 or E:

Hever Festival Theatre 2019 is brimming with events . . .

Festival Theatre Director, Ailsa Molyneux said of this year’s Festival:

“The 2019 Festival is brimming with events. This year’s extended selection will appeal to both our existing patrons and those who will be new to the truly magical experience of visiting our theatre in the award winning Hever Castle Gardens.”

Hever Festival Theatre, the open air theatre set in the stunning grounds of Hever Castle, is back for 2019…and it’s bigger, better and longer than ever (4 May to 30 August) with highlights that include Britain’s Got Talent winner Lee Ridley aka Lost Voice Guy, national treasure, broadcaster and journalist Jeremy Vine, and icons of jazz Mica Paris, Courtney Pine (with special guest Omar) and Miloš Karadaglić performing as part of the Rye International Jazz and Blues Festival.

The Festival offers one of Sevenoaks’ districts best summer experiences. So book now!

Relax and Chill

You know when August has arrived because it's the month for the Bandstand concerts on Sevenoaks Vine.  Recently honoured with a Green Flag Award, this green oasis is THE place to relax and chill on a Sunday afternoon (3 - 5 pm) or a Thursday evening (6 - 8 pm).  So pack a picnic, take your rug and chairs, and hasten to the Vine to be soothed, inspired and uplifted by music from our talented local bands. 

Great Comp Music Festival 2018

No need to travel to the Wigmore Hall or even Sussex, as your very own mini-Glyndbourne is right on your doorstep at Great Comp Garden, near Sevenoaks!

Booking has now opened for this musical gem.  So make sure you book NOW to hear the glories of  BBC Young Musician winner, Laura van der Heijden, ‘cello, as well as Alec Frank-Gemmill, BBC Young Generation Artist and the principal horn of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra. Both artists grew up locally.

Other performers include The Primavera Chamber Ensemble, The Coull Quarter, Tango Siempre and many more providing a stimulating and tempting offering of classical, tango, piano and string music. 

The intimacy of the Great Comp's Stable auditorium is the perfect backdrop to showcase this dazzling programme of summer music.  A MUST book moment!

Festival Fever hits Sevenoaks

Festival fever has hit Sevenoaks with a vengeance!  Whether you're a fan of books, drama or music there's something on offer for you!

Bank Holiday weekend, May 6/7 is the date for the 2018 Chiddingstone Literary Festival, a literary feast with Ian Rankin, Adam Kay, Diana Henry and so many more - all set within the intriguing setting of this quirky Kent country house. 

Celebrating its 35th anniversary season is Hever Festival Theatre. Booking is now open for an eclectic range of music and drama.  There's definitely a treat in store for all the family here. Take a picnic and make it a real occasion.

Sevenoaks itself launches its 2018 Festival Programme on Saturday 23 June. Don't miss out on this annual cornucopia of delights and book now!


Swing along to Hever Festival's late summer delight!






This sensational live music show takes audiences on a journey back in time, stepping back into 1920s and ‘30s New York City and through the doors of Harlem’s hottest night club – The Cotton Club! Performances by Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Cab Calloway, Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, and Fats Waller would have had the club swinging – whilst dancers such as Bojangles Robinson and the Nicholas Brothers lit-up the stage with their breath-taking routines.

In this show, the exhilarating dance of the famous Cotton Club is recreated by the fabulous Lindy Hop Dance Company, the UK’s finest, authentic Jazz Dance Company and the show’s special guest tap-dancer. Alongside them The Harry Strutters Hot Rhythm Orchestra, featuring American vocalist Marlene Hill and compere/vocalist Megs Etherington, are specialists in recreating the jazz and hot dance music of the 1920s and ‘30s with characteristic drive and visual appeal.

“A positive pleasure to behold” The Guardian

Book now!

Swinging At The Cotton Club: Saturday 26th August 8pm, Gates Open 6.30pm
Tickets: Reserved Covered Seating £27, Grass Areas £17
Box Office: 01732 866114