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Symphony of sound

01 July 2015
Symphony of sound

A high-profile composer who wrote the wedding music for Prince William and Kate Middleton, is the curator of this year's JAM on the Marsh festival.

Seeing the county through new eyes

01 July 2015
Seeing the county through new eyes

Paintings, sketches and etchings of Kent scenes are now on show for the first time ever at the Turner Contemporary in Margate.

Life's little twists

24 June 2015
Life's little twists

Actor and supermodel Rob Knighton appeared in the county for his role in an indie comedy release, shot at a Kent seaside town.

Playing with the past

24 June 2015
Playing with the past

Classic and retro war-themed toys go on display alongside modern games like Call of Duty.

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Knits, wits and music at the Maidstone Arts Festival

24 June 2015
Knits, wits and music at the Maidstone Arts Festival

Forget aerosol cans, today’s hippest graffiti artists use knitting needles and a ball of wool... and they will be transforming a Kent town centre.

A two-week feast for all lovers of the arts

23 June 2015
A two-week feast for all lovers of the arts

There is music, drama and even the Duke of Wellington at this year’s Deal Festival...

Get a true taste of the country

23 June 2015
Get a true taste of the country

There's fun for all the family at this weekend's Kent Game and Country Fair at Hole Park

David Starkey sings Magna Carta's praises

10 June 2015
David Starkey sings Magna Carta's praises

The county continues to celebrate the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta, which was at the root of our human rights laws.

Ghost of summers past

10 June 2015
Ghost of summers past

The historic Broadstairs Dickens Festival is back, celebrating the author's relationship with the seaside town in costume, music and merriment.

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Familiar old faces in Oklahoma!

09 June 2015
Familiar old faces in Oklahoma!

Gary Wilmot rose to fame on New Faces in the1970s and Belinda Lang of 2point4 Children star in Oklahoma! at Canterbury's Marlowe Theatre this week..

Give it some Welly at Walmer

03 June 2015
Give it some Welly at Walmer

Step into Wellington’s shoes – or, in this case, boots – with a thrilling new exhibition recreating the 1st Duke’s residence at Walmer Castle.

From the Sahara Desert to Deal

03 June 2015
From the Sahara Desert to Deal

Grammy Award-winning world music band Tinariwen are used to playing beneath Saharan skies, but under the canopy of Kent woodland will do just as well.

Review: Matthew Bourne's The Car Man

03 June 2015
Review: Matthew Bourne's The Car Man

The scorching auto erotic dance thriller lived up to the high drama of Bizet's music.

Live science set for explosive return

22 May 2015
Live science set for explosive return

Ministry of Science Live will return to three Kent venues.

Why artist Grayson Perry's a Provincial Punk

20 May 2015
Why artist Grayson Perry's a Provincial Punk

Channel your inner punk at a new exhibition by one of the UK’s most talked-about artists, Grayson Perry.

What's On Book Club

16 May 2015
What's On Book Club

Read all about it with the new What's On Book Club.

Jasper Carrott to play various Kent venues

16 May 2015
Jasper Carrott to play various Kent venues

Back in the days of four channels, Jasper Carrott would draw whole families together in front of the TV - and he's still bringing the house down.

Get a taste of Greece with this new book

14 May 2015
Get a taste of Greece with this new book

Celebrate traditional Greek cookery with a new recipe book

Be as busy a bee this summer

13 May 2015
Be as busy a bee this summer

There's a buzz in the air across the county with a range of activities including a Festival of Bees plus a selection of beekeeping courses.

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Hunter back on the loose

27 April 2015
Hunter back on the loose

Reginald D Hunter, the American comedian who won new fans with his BBC2 road-trip show Songs of the South, is heading south again, this time to Kent

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