The Hot Tin is part of a national initiative launched by MVT to #SaveThe30 music venues most at risk from permanent closure.
WHAT ARE OUR FUTURE PLANS?
We're dedicated to putting on fresh music performance and to bringing people together.
We’re really missing you, “Tin” misses you, our team miss you, there’s nothing better for us than welcoming you in, seeing you smiling, dancing, sipping cocktails, enjoying the vibe and adding yourselves to the ever growing "Hot Tin Corrugation”
We want it all back….We can glimpse a silver lining, there’s a vaccine on the way…..but there's a catch.... We need a little bit of help to see us through until March 31st 2021 (In line with the Music Venue Trust Campaign)
WE WILL BE BACK, SENDING MUCH LOVE!
Thank you for your much needed support.
The Hot Tin Corrugation XX
About The Hot Tin
In a very short time our beloved old tin church has brought adventurous music from around the world and around the corner to a ravenous audience - don't let them go hangry! Help us feed them!
The Hot Tin opened in September 2018, it's a former 1885 Victorian corrugated iron church with a 200 capacity, that was built solely for its burgeoning neighbourhood in Faversham, Kent. After 70 years of being closed to the community, we have been running as a music, cafe/arts venue until we had to close in March, due to the crisis.
Our sole aim is to entertain and bring to the "Tin", a diverse diaspora of people from near and afar.
Since opening we have had the pleasure of hosting incredible acts such as: Alabaster De Plume, Black Sea Dahu, Evan Parker, Ma Polaine’s Great Decline, Ash Walker Experience feat. Laville, Liotia, Moushumi Bhowmik, along with many others.
The Hot Tin's events are managed and operated by RouteStock CIC, a not-for-profit community interest company.
About #SaveThe30 - The Red List
During the last 8 months, Music Venue Trust and Crowdfunder have worked together to prevent the closure of hundreds of grassroots music venues. With no end to the crisis in sight, we are now refocusing that work to spotlight those venues under most imminent threat of permanent closure. The #SaveOurVenues Red List highlights the grassroots music venues at most risk.
We’ve checked all the available funding, financial support, furlough schemes, business support for these venues, and what is on offer is not enough to prevent them being lost. These 30 venues are on the Critical List and need your help.
These grassroots venues play a crucial role in the development of British music, nurturing local talent, providing a platform for artists to build their careers and develop their music and their performance skills. These venues also play a vital role in the cultural and economic vibrancy of any village, town or city.
You can help by:
WRITE: You can write in support of our campaign to save our venue to our MP, Council and Councillors. Visit the Red List Map here for details on all the decision makers that can take action to help us to prevent our venue from closing down: https://cutt.ly/MVTRedMap
SHARE: Please share this story on your social media using the hashtags #SaveOurVenues and #SaveThe30
Please donate, share this page widely and do what you can to help us to make sure our grassroots music venues survive this crisis.
Music Venue Trust have created Save Our Venues Merchandise including T-Shirts, Face Masks, Snoods and more which can be chosen as a reward for a donation to our CrowdFunder.