Introducing Harmony Maidstone
Confidence Through Creativity
Kent based, Events Promoter and pioneer for Arts and Inclusivity, Zoe Sparkle is delighted and proud to announce the re-opening and VIP launch of Harmony Maidstone on Saturday 10th June.
Originally a humble idea by John A Kingdon, Harmony has now evolved into a multi-awarded and celebrated Charity, boasting its own fully functioning impressive 96 seat theatre. Originally a 1920s Church and a 1960s Boxing Gym situated on the outskirts of Maidstone, John painstakingly converted St Hilary’s Hall in 2004, as described in his published book, “The Clot that Almost Killed Me”.
Since 2022, Zoe has now updated and transformed the welcoming creative space to offer affordable classes and community events in Arts and Education to all ages and backgrounds. Harmony is a community project, held together by a dedicated team of volunteers and supported by the Council and a growing list of Businesses and fellow Charities.
During a “cost of living” crisis, it is inspiring to see Harmony Maidstone thriving as an inclusive and life-changing charity.