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Folk at the Drum - Thursday Evenings, 8-00pm - The Drum Inn, North Stanford, Ashford, Kent. TN25 6DN. 

 The Drum Inn is an early 18th century country pub in the heart of East Kent. It was originally frequented by soldiers from the Duke of Marlborough's Regiment. Later, Revenue Men used the pub as a base in the fight against Smugglers. Nowadays, The Drum is much quieter and welcomes everybody with fine beer, wine and food. The Drum can be found close to junction 11 of the M20 (details).

The Folk at the Drum folk club meets every Thursday, starting at 8-00pm. 
Guest artists visit generally once a month with other Thursdays being Singers' Nights. Details of upcoming guests can be found here .

Admission fees and membership subscription are very reasonably priced and can be found 

Visitors, guests and members are always welcome to play, sing, listen or do all three! On Singers' Nights everyone who wishes, gets a spot of three songs/tunes to perform, but please keep it to about ten minutes! On Guest Nights there is a limited time for 'floor artists' so you will need to email or phone to get a spot.

Some guests at The Drum:
                       Cloudstreet                                              Tom Lewis                                        Dick Miles