6 ISSUES FOR £6 Subscribe to Kent Life today CLICK HERE

War and Peace Revival

PUBLISHED: 15:36 06 July 2014

War & Peace statues

War & Peace statues

Archant

Statues of soldiers and civilians will be on show at The War and Peace Revival, Folkestone 16-20 July

Full-height statues depicting soldiers and civilians from the wartime period will be on display at The War and Peace Revival taking place at Folkestone Racecourse between 16-20 July.

The sculptures, created by artist Johanna Domke-Guyot, will be placed in the WW1 Experience Marquee and will include a line of gassed soldiers, hand on each other’s shoulders with eyes bandaged.

There will also be sculptures of a civilian couple sitting in the Spitfire tea room. The statues are made using real clothing which Johanna adapts using a technique she’s created in a fondue cement.

●For further information on The War and Peace Revival 2014 and to order tickets, visit: www.thewarandpeacerevival.co.uk

More from Out & About

Discover how the East Kent coast has fought off invasion from human and natural forces on this easy walk from Walmer to Deal

Read more
March 2019

No longer overlooked in favour of its flashy neighbours, this unassuming little historic town is reinventing itself for the 21st century. Let’s take a tour of Tonbridge

Read more
March 2019

Closer to Calais than London and with a thriving arts scene and growing reputation as a foodie destination, get away from it all in delightful Deal

Read more
March 2019
Monday, March 4, 2019

We have selected 12 of the grandest historic stately homes with stunning gardens in Kent to visit

Read more
Monday, February 18, 2019

Visitors to Sissinghurst this winter can enoy the bonus of an exhibition of garden, plant and landscape photography

Read more
February 2019

Kent Gardens Trust reveals new discoveries about landscape gardener Humphry Repton’s influence in Kent in his bicentenary year

Read more
February 2019

Originally an elegant Georgian leisure resort, it remains one of our county’s best-regarded towns

Read more
February 2019

Welcome to the second in our series of walking trails written and researched by Discovering Britain. Let’s explore Sandwich

Read more
February 2019

Oozing history and as charming as ever, we take a walk down the medieval streets of Sandwich

Read more
February 2019
Monday, February 4, 2019

The Rough Guides has released its eight top towns and cities to visit this year, and Dungeness has one of the top spots!

Read more
February 2019

Newsletter Sign Up

Sign up to the following newsletters:

Sign up to receive our regular email newsletter

Our Privacy Policy

Topics of Interest

Food and Drink Directory
Kent Life Food & Drink awards. Open for entries.

Subscribe or buy a mag today


subscription ad


Follow us on Twitter


Like us on Facebook


Local Business Directory

Search For a Car In Your Area

Property Search

Most Read

Latest from the Kent Life