The Tom Thumb Theatre is a family run arts venue in the heart of Cliftonville. The Tom Thumb is a quirky venue with a charming interior of velvet seats and flocked wallpaper. It hosts spoken-word nights, comedy story-telling and burlesque, as well as indie films, live bands, solo performers & DJs.
2A Eastern Esplanade,
Margate CT9 2LB
The Theatre Royal is one of Britain’s oldest theatres, a Georgian building with a programme of touring dance, drama and established comedy acts. The theatre was briefly reopened as a cinema (Kinema Royal) in the 1930’s, for 11 months, making it one of Margate’s only remaining venues to ever have shown film.
Addington Street, Margate,
Kent CT9 1PW
101 Social Club is a free membership club and a community space for people to meet, share and do things together. A warm and welcoming space that brings people together and offers food for thought.
101 Northdown Rd,
Margate CT9 2QY
Independent and family run shop, a hub of activity in Margate. Comprising of a cafe, record shop, hair salon, yoga/fitness studio, cinema, table tennis arena and much more. Breakfast/brunch served every day until 3pm.
172 Northdown Rd,
Margate CT9 2QN
A venue set up by the founders of Margate Pride and Sink The Pink, with the objective to facilitate and connect together people in Art, Music, Literature and Science.
276 Northdown Road, Margate, Kent, CT9 2PT
The Palace is a cosy, family-run, independent cinema in a listed seafront building in Broadstairs, showing the very latest independent releases from around the world. 111 seats across 2 levels, with fresh coffee and snacks.
Wheelchair and pram access available.