Caravan
Sunday 11th November

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  • Regular price £65.00


Dining Tickets -  Doors open at 7pm. These tickets include a table for the evening, including a delicious two course meal with several options to choose from. There will always be a vegetarian option and if you let us know in advance, we're more than happy to cater for special dining requirements.


Standing Tickets  - We encourage standing guests to arrive after 8pm.

Celebrating their 50th anniversary, we are pleased to welcome UK Prog legends Caravan to our stage, with their distinctive blending of psychedelic rock, jazz and classical influences.

Hailing from Canterbury, Caravan was formed in 1968 by Pye Hastings (guitar/ vocals), Dave Sinclair (keyboards), Richard Sinclair (bass/vocals) and Richard Coughlan (drums). The four had previously played at various times with a local band, The Wilde Flowers, which also featured Kevin Ayers and future Soft Machine members Robert Wyatt and Hugh Hopper.

Caravan was the first UK act to sign with American label MGM/ Verve and their debut album, entitled ‘Caravan’ was released late in 1968. It was favourably received by the critics and the debut single, Place of My Own was described as having a ‘gripping compulsion’ with ‘scintillating organ work’. 

Following Verve the band signed to Decca Records, where they released their most critically acclaimed album, In the Land of Grey and Pink in 1971. David Sinclair left after the album's release and the group split up the following year. Hastings and Coughlan added new members, notably viola player Geoffrey Richardson, continuing on before splitting in 1978. The band reformed several times in the following decades, and Caravan still remain active as a live band despite Coughlan's death in December 2013.

Caravan released their album ‘Paradise Filter’ in 2014 and continue to tour the world.