Reporter Molly Mileham-Chappell went to Bromley's Churchill Theatre to see Titanic the Musical. Here's what she thought...
A dragon, a gingerbread man and a big, green ogre - Shrek the Musical hits the Canterbury stage.
A summer-long open air theatre tour kicked off with weather to die for and a few surprises.
Are you at Maidstone's two-day rock fest? Our girl Poppy Jeffery has been watching the bands. Here's what she thinks of them...
Master of mind control and showmanship, Derren Brown, takes to The Marlowe Theatre stage to the sounds of gasps from the awe-struck audience.
Singer Paloma Faith wowed the crowds at the first of two sell-out Forest Live gigs at Bedgebury Pinetum.
Scottish four-piece wow the crowd with live performance of The Man Who album at The Leas Cliff Hall.
It was a night of nostalgia for thousands who packed into Kent County Cricket Club for Steps' 20th anniversary tour.
One of the world's best-loved musicals, Fiddler on the Roof, was staged by Folkestone-Hythe Operatic & Dramatic Society.
The star power of Nigel Havers, Denis Lawson and Stephen Tompkinson draws the audience in.
Norwegian 'hunk' Morten Harket from A-ha takes on Kent as he opens his world tour on a cricket pitch.
Strictly Ballroom The Musical has waltzed into the West End but what's the judge's verdict?
The musician's solo tour is stripped back but wrapped up in good humour and stunning virtuosity.
The Second World War may seem an unlikely choice of setting, but Sir Matthew Bourne's take on Cinderella proves itself to be a visual masterpiece.
From The X-Factor rejects to the country's hottest country act, The Shires have played in Kent.
Joe Pasquale's version of Frank Spencer in the theatre version of 1970s TV show Some Mother's Do 'Ave 'Em is comedy gold, says John Nurden
Get a glimpse of the extensive renovations to luxurious Eastwell Manor and Champneys Spa which have more to offer this summer.
A singer from over there who's loved by fans over here too, Beth Hart gave a sizzling performance to her Kent audience.
For those who know what saying "Ni!" means, Monty Python's Spamalot brings gags, music and nostalgia to the stage.
Strictly's Danny Mac steals the show at the Marlowe Theatre
An exhibition featuring original illustrations from Roald Dahl's The BFG aims to fire up the imaginations of little ones - and bigger ones.
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