North Kent Didge Club
Rob and Paul, who organise the club, have been playing for over 20 years between them. Paul is an experienced maker of split-wood and eucalyptus didgeridoos. Why not come along and try a few?
EucdidgesukBritain Does Variety National Finals
Towersey Folk Festival Didge performance 01An informal didgeridoo performance Towersey folk festival 2010. Didgeridoo played by Paul Cook suppported by Dave Prentice on percussion
North Kent Didge Club - Tall Paul solo performanceNorth Kent Didge Club - end of session performances. Tall Paul solo.
Frog Chorus - We Aaaaalllll Diiiiiidge Togetheeeeeerrrrrrrr!North Kent Didge Club - A comedy performance of the Frog Chorus on didge.
North Kent Didge Club - Pete Didger(idoo)North Kent Didge Club - end of session performances. Pete Didger(idoo) telling stories... as ever 😉 http://www.idoo.info/index.htm
North Kent Didge Club - Graham White soloNorth Kent Didge Club - end of session performances. Graham White takes the stage. Sorry about the sound quality the mic in the camera is a not good.
"Norayne at North Kent Didgeridoo Club"The most Spectacular Didge Club Ever. Love every sound of it. It's happening in Gravesend where Pocahontas died and I lost my virginity( As far as I can remember) Check it out: http://www.didgetallpaul.co.uk/club.html Love & Light
Travel DidgeShaun blowing a traveller
Stocky performsStocky performs & the crowd goes wild
open jamGreat spontaneous music 🙂 with saxophone, didge, cajon & rainstick... very sorry about the bad audio quality 🙁
Didge Sax JamNorth Kent Didge Club - Paul Cook & Ross (Saxophonist) exploring sonic possibilities.
Black Bottom Bell Didgeridoo in DThis didge has a great full range of sound. With the deep sound you expect from a low note, but plays at the speed of a high note. Great vocals and great toots! Very nice!!
Hang SaleThis is a first generation hang drum from pan art it has not been played very much and well looked after and therefore it is perfectly in tune. This hang is in the pentatonic scale of F and sounds great!!! Because it is first generation this style will never be made again. This instrument is extremely rare and very sought after. For more info contact me on: 07795 557 945 or email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
New didges for 2011_04And another new didge for 2011
F# Small FunkyI was well chuffed with this didge. The pressure was just right for fast, funky tunes! Tooting rhythms work well. Resonates brilliantly! Very responsive, great for playing whilst moving about!
New didges for 2011_03Here's another of our new didges for your delight! 😉
New didges for 2011_02Here's the second of our new didges for your delight! 😉
New didges for 2011_01Here's the first of our new didges for 2011. Enjoy 😉
duggudooA short driving didge rhythm on one of my personal didges.
What can you expect? Well, anyone is welcome and if you fancy trying something new, you’ve never played a didge before and are interested to learn more about this fabulous instrument, then this could be the ideal space to meet up with like-minded people.
Don’t worry if you don’t have your own didge, just come along and have a go on one of our selection. We offer workshops tailored for all levels of playing ability, from beginners to advanced. Led by Paul and Rob, these informal workshop sessions will allow you to learn and develop new skills or build on your existing playing abilities.
This is a great instrument to learn – you need little musical knowledge, its easy to get started and it’s great fun making great sounds, rhythms and new friends!
Every 4th Saturday of the month
St Barnabas Church Hall
DA13 9DA (map)
5 minutes off the A2, 15 minutes from Bluewater Shopping Centre.
The nearest railway station is Meopham (regular train service from London Victoria).
This covers the cost of the hall, tea and biscuits.