27 May 2016

The Vine, Sevenoaks, Offers Something For Everyone

The Vine Restaurant in Sevenoaks offers something for everyone. Whether you want a fun night out with friends, a romantic meal for two, an executive lunch or a family dinner, there will

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

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

05 May 2016

Gravesend’s iconic Market refurbishment is underway

At the heart of Gravesend Town Centre, close to the main independent and high street retailers and accessible from the town’s car parks and public transport hub, Gravesend Borough Market is undergoing

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

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

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

18 Apr 2016

Celebrate spring with Hotel du Vin Tunbridge Wells

Hotel du Vin launches this season’s à la carte menu Longer days, brighter skies…there’s not much that beats the start of spring, and to celebrate Hotel du Vin has launched a new

11 Apr 2016

Work Begins on Landmark Folkestone Hotel’s Stunning Transformation

The building formerly known as The Salisbury Hotel, in Clifton Road, is undergoing a major renovation to transform it into a stylish addition to Folkestone’s leisure and hospitality offer.   With a

29 Mar 2016

Elham Walk – Peace and Tranquillity

Nestled deep in the Kentish countryside, Elham is just like a Garden of Delights and truly lives up to the Kent ‘Garden of England’ image. This is a wonderful walk taking in

22 Mar 2016

COCKLES Arrives at Folkestone Harbour

Cockles Seafood Bar & Pub is a cosy bolt-hole on the newly restored Folkestone Harbour Arm. Open to the public every weekend with a programme of live music, delicious food, drink, events and activities. Hang

14 Mar 2016

A Touch of Cornwall Comes to Canterbury

Shanty singers, Cornish apple juice and fudge will herald the arrival of Cornish clothing brand, Seasalt, to Whitefriars Canterbury on Saturday, 19 March. Its newest shop will open in the Marlowe Arcade