Author of Captain Corelli’s Mandolin, Louis de Bernières, to switch on the Creative Quarter Christmas Lights!
What better way to usher in the festive season than with an evening of light, song, cheer and shopping in the heart of the Folkestone Creative Quarter!
It’s dark. Very dark. And the atmosphere is intense. No one wants to be the first to speak, to move, to cough… everyone is staring intently at the stage, waiting, on edge,
insideKENT Exclusive Interview with STEVE BACKSHALL by Lisamarie Lamb An adventurer, an author, an entertainer, a man who loves the outside world and everything nature has to show him… That’s Steve Backshall. Steve
What do a romance writer, a top secret war time job, a beautiful cottage and garden in Kent, a famous mother, a Remington Portable typewriter, and Prince Charles have in common? The
I had no idea what to expect from The Last Tango. I knew who its stars were, of course – Flavia Cacace and Vincent Simone who had graced our TV screens in
It’s not every day you get to see a life size horse puppet parading through the streets of Tunbridge Wells but that’s exactly what happened when the town came to a complete
Don’t miss the best rock and soul party in town! Iconic singers performing their greatest hits, musicians from some of the world’s biggest bands, all here for you! See Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zqPLSMO6bs Hot off
One of the biggest children’s stars, Dani Harmer, will be playing Cinderella in this year’s magical pantomime Cinderella at the Assembly Hall Theatre, Royal Tunbridge Wells. She is known to millions
Judith Miller will be appearing at Bagham Barn Antiques on Thursday 22nd October to celebrate the publication of her latest title, Miller’s Antiques Handbook & Price Guide 2016-2017. Fresh off the back
The Importance of Being Earnest is perhaps one of the best known comedies out there, so when it comes to a new production, it can be an arduous and potentially thankless
The Assembly Hall Theatre in Royal Tunbridge Wells reopened for the new season on 17 September following a £1.5 million refurbishment over the summer period. A stylish re-design has transformed the bar area
There’s a new therapy in town, and it goes by name of ‘colouring’. That’s not a euphemism; I’m talking the popular childhood pastime we all know and love – from scribbling and scrawling to