10 May 2016

Celebrate Kent’s Tudor film and heritage with the Tudor(ish) Trail

He once wrote ‘all the world’s a stage’. And in the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, Kent County Council’s Film Office will launch the Tudor(ish) Trail on Friday (May 6). It will

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09 May 2016

Hundreds flocked to intu Bromley in support of Record Store Day

Bromley music fans queued since 4.00am on Saturday 16th April to put their hands on limited edition vinyls and enjoyed a day of live independent music at intu Bromley as part of

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06 May 2016

Summer Party on Saturday 9th July at Canterbury Cathedral Lodge

Canterbury Cathedral Lodge invites you to join them at their summer party on Saturday 9th July and enjoy the spectacular back drop of Canterbury Cathedral. On arrival guests will enjoy a glass

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29 Apr 2016

Canterbury’s Most Unusual Artefacts

If there is one thing Canterbury’s residents and visitors can agree on; this city has culture in abundance. The city wall houses a collection of treasures from all around the globe. Here

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28 Apr 2016

Normal? Festival of the Brain

This May Folkestone Quarterhouse turns its attention once again to the extraordinary workings of the brain. With co-curators Susanna Howard of Living Words, and Diane Dever of Folkestone Fringe, they have kept

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28 Apr 2016

Art Focus: Calligraphy

Calligraphy, the art of decorative handwriting (the word calligraphy translates as ‘beautiful writing’), began back in ancient Egypt with the famous Book of the Dead, and the hieroglyphics that were used to

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28 Apr 2016

It’s Festival Season!

It’s festival season once again, and from now until well into the autumn you can take your pick of the exciting, entertaining, spectacularly different festivals across Kent and Sussex. Looping The Loop

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28 Apr 2016

It’s Never Too Late To Learn

George Eliot once said, “It is never too late to be what you might have been.” She was right. If there is something you always wanted to learn but for whatever reason

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25 Apr 2016

Until You Hear That Bell

Not just a show for boxing fans, although it may create a few – Sean Mahoney’s Until You Hear That Bell will be one of the highlights of this Spring’s Looping the

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20 Apr 2016

JAM on the Marsh 2016

Last year thousands flocked from across the UK to the typically arts-deprived Romney Marsh for JAM on the Marsh.  From 7-17 July, JAM on the Marsh returns with a dazzling multi-arts festival

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15 Apr 2016

ANNOUNCING THE ROB KNOX FILM FESTIVAL AND AWARDS CEREMONY 2016

Wednesday 27th April will see The Rob Knox Film Festival return for another exciting awards evening in Bexleyheath. Now in its eighth year, the film festival celebrates the hard work and success

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07 Apr 2016

Curtis Stigers Comes To The Assembly Hall Theatre

Curtis Stigers Wednesday 20th July 7.30pm Including Support Act Tickets £32, £35 + Booking Fee www.assemblyhalltheatre.co.uk Box office 01892 530613  The Rye International Jazz & Blues Festival in association with the Assembly

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