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From Mods v Rockers to Jekyll v Hyde

From the streets of Brighton to the dark alleys of London: Quadrophenia star Phil Daniels takes to the stage for his first tour.

Beautiful ballet beamed live by the Bolshoi

Watch world class dance company, the Bolshoi Ballet, without leaving Kent this weekend as their performance is screened live in cinemas locally.

A magical night for Harry Potter fans

The magic lives on, as Harry Potter fans of all ages celebrate Harry Potter night. Here’s some of the ways you can celebrate across Kent.

Kent's starring role in blockbuster Darkest Hour

New cinema release Darkest Hour, about 27 tumultuous wartime days in the life of Winston Churchill, includes scenes filmed at two Kent locations.

Feast of films

Dover's first even multiplex cinema opens in three weeks.

Luxury film experience opens to cinema-goers

Cinema-goers can now put their feet up as they watch the latest blockbusters in reclining seats at the newest cinema screens to open.

Are you a die-hard film fan? Try our Christmas TV film guide

Grab your festive slippers, put your feet up and take a break with our pick of the films on TV over Christmas.

Pick of the flicks: the top 10 films of 2017

Did you go gaga for La La Land, get swept away by Dunkirk and wonder at Wonder Woman? Here's our pick of the top films in 2017.

Cinema announces opening date

The opening date of a new Cineworld six screen cinema has been announced.

Festive films to wrap yourself in this winter

Heart warming classics including The Muppet Christmas Carol and a sing-a-long Frozen are among festive favourites being screened this winter.

Paddington Bear 2: the review

The much-anticipated second outing for the loveable Peruvian bear Paddington is out in cinemas this weekend: here's our review.

New exhibition promises to be a scream

A scarily good exhibition dedicated to British horror films from the 1950s through to the 1970s and other creepy artefacts is set to open next week.

Cinema plans revealed for town

EXCLUSIVE: Plans for a 60-seat cinema have been revealed with the location announced and details unveiled for the first time.

Benedict gets a second encore

A Kent actor's starring role alongside Benedict Cumberbatch will get a second encore this week, due to popular demand.

Fright night film screenings

No longer just for trick-or-treaters, there's Halloween horror for grown-ups with fright night film screenings across Kent.

Michael's beloved War Horse

Author Michael Morpurgo talks War Horse, his love for writing, and Kent, where it all began, teaching in a mobile classroom in a village school.

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