S e n t i e n t

56-58 The Old High Street
Folkestone, England, CT20 1RN
United Kingdom

tel 07957997420 (text is easiest)

email contact@sentientroom.com

We are located in the heart of Folkestone's arty Creative Quarter, down the cobbled Old High Street, a short walk away from the Harbour Arm and Rocksalt and approximately 15-20 mins walk from Folkestone Central Station.

 

OPENING HOURS

WEB SHOP

24-7(Though queries will be answered only during the business hours below)

physical gallery:

Our usual hours are as follows. Please also check the "SPECIAL CLOSURES/HOURS" section below.

Mon/Tue/Wed: Closed. We will open by prior appointment only. Please contact us via the form on the CONTACT US page to request an appointment. For urgent queries please TEXT 07957997420. Please text rather than calling as we are often at exhibition set ups, delivering work, sourcing stock or meeting artists on these days. We do open on some bank holiday Mondays - see below.

Thursday/Friday: 11am - 4pm (appointment only visits available outside of these hours)

Saturday: 10am - 5pm (sometimes shut 1-2pm as I have to get the dog home)

Sunday: 11am - 4pm

Easter Sunday/Christmas period/Boxing Day/Bank holidays: CHECK BELOW

In the event we need to close on one of our usual open days (due to an exhibition etc) we will gve as much prior notice as possible on this site, in our windows, on twitter, facebook and instagram.

*****SPECIAL CLOSURES/HOURS******

Saturday 7 July 2018: Open 10am - 3pm (i.e. we close 2 hours early). This is not to watch the football, but is because we expect it to be very quiet in our shop after 3pm. On saturday mornings I have to have the dog with me and will usually either find someone to walk him home at lunchtime or close 1-2pm myself to get him back. It would be crazy to close 1-2pm this Saturday as I expect plenty of people out and about before the England game and Charivari, so it should be a busy hour. Best to come in minus dog at 10am and close at 3pm (longest I can leave him, around 6 hours inc there and back, without him destroying things). He can't be in the shop all day as is too much of a distraction/troublemaker!