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He was alright, Jack!

Jack Savoretti

30 March 2017

Anglo-Italian singer Jack Savoretti brings his latest album - and atleast one happy song - to for the first of, hopefully, many Kent appearances.

Concert for much-loved musician a "triumph"

Jeffrey Vaughan Martin

22 March 2017

A concert to remember a man who inspired many, featuring hundreds of musicians, including his children, was a "trumph", organisers say.

Review: Aladdin The Musical

Trevor Dion Nicholas as Genie

17 March 2017

Take the family on a magic carpet ride as Aladdin The Musical explodes onto the West End stage in a riot of colour and sequins.

Beauty and the Beast makes a delightful return

Dan Steven as The Beast and Emma Watson as Belle in Beauty and the Beast. Picture: PA Photo/Disney

17 March 2017

Emma Watson stars in Disney's ravishing live action remake of Beauty and the Beast which delivers a deliriously happy ever after.

Review: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Christopher and his father Ed

07 March 2017

Simon Stevens' stage adaptation of the award-winning novel transports you into the mind of a young boy whose literal mind will astonish you.

Review: Dreamboats and Petticoats

Dreamboats and Petticoats is currently playing in Dartford

07 March 2017

Theatregoers revelled in a nostalgic night of classic rock'n'roll tunes.

Review: Fantastic Mr Fox at the Orchard Theatre

01 March 2017

Roald Dahl's classic tale has been adapted for the stage and is in Kent as part of a UK Tour.

Review: Million Dollar Quartet depicts historic night

The famous picture which sees the lads posing together for a picture was recreated on the night

01 March 2017

Four musicians who were about to make it big in the world of showbiz shared an impromptu night of jamming in 1956 - one which was never repeated.


REVIEW: Anita Harris

Anita Harris at the Sheppey Little Theatre with her husband Mike Margolis, right, and pianist Peter Gill.

26 February 2017

Sixties star Anita Harris is in her 70s but still packing a punch with her one-woman show now touring Kent.

Review: Gutted at the Marlowe Studio

Gutted is a black comedy set in 1980's Dublin

24 February 2017

Kent-written Gutted brings comedy and tragedy to the Canterbury stage.

Full Monty wows Marlowe crowds

The stars of The Full Monty stage show

24 February 2017

A theatre adaptation of the popular British film has proved a hit with audiences in Kent.

Review: Live At The Marlowe

Headliner Mark Watson

19 February 2017

The atmosphere was electric as some of the UK's top comedy acts took to the stage for the ever-popular Live At The Marlowe stand-up night.

Review: The Full Monty

The cast of The Full Monty

14 February 2017

The Full Monty worked a treat on the big screen. Now, 20 years later, the uplifting comedy is still going strong on stage.

Review: Sweet Illusion

Playing Tonight: Sweet Illusion

11 February 2017

Comedy showband Sweet Illusion came out of retirement with a barnstorming show at top Kent venue.

Hiphop meets Hamlet in DenMarked

Conrad Murray brought his autobiographical hip hop theatre show DenMarked to Folkestone

09 February 2017

Conrad Murray's one-man theatre show DenMarked tells an inspiring tale of triumph over tragedy.

Busted drive home a success

The Busted boys are back together

08 February 2017

Three-piece pop sensation Busted delivered a sparkling show as they performed songs from their first album in eight years.

Review: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat in Dartford

The 'amazing coloured coat'

08 February 2017

Scores of musical theatergoers flocked to The Orchard Theatre in Dartford last night to see Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

The snubs and surprises for this year's Oscars

Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone in La La Land Picture: PA/Lionsgate

03 February 2017

From sure-fire winners to surprise absences, film writer Mike Shaw gives his view on the snubs and surprise nominations for the 2017 Academy Awards.

Listen, the beast is calling

Ben Aldridge stars in Titus Halder's debut play Run The Beast Down at the Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury

02 February 2017

The disturbing mind of a man in psychosis fuses with the majesty of wildlife in Titas Halder’s debut play Run The Beast Down.

Review: The First Hippo on the Moon

The First Hippo on the Moon is based on David Walliams' book

31 January 2017

Move over Punch & Judy: there's a new puppet show in town, in the shape of David Walliams' charming tale The First Hippo on the Moon.

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