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It's the last What's On walk of the year

27 November 2014
It's the last What's On walk of the year

Leave the Christmas tree until next week - come along to the last guided What's On walk of the year this weekend with our expert guide Geoff Rambler.

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Tim back on home teritory

27 November 2014
Tim back on home teritory

Following an Amercian tour, Kent folk musician Tim Edey returns to home turf when he plays in Canterbury this weekend.

Get in the swing with the Old Hat Jazz Band

26 November 2014
Get in the swing with the Old Hat Jazz Band

Old Hat Jazz Band will be playing swinging favourites and rarities from the 1920s and 1930s at their Kent show.

Review: Paloma Faith at the Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone

25 November 2014
Review: Paloma Faith at the Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone

Soulful singer focused on tracks from her new album during a sold-out coastal concert

Seasick Steve brings American blues to Kent

25 November 2014
Seasick Steve brings American blues to Kent

The regular guest on Jools Holland's TV show is making a Folkestone gig his only Kent stop on upcoming tour

Sam releases Christmas tracks ahead of Kent concert

24 November 2014
Sam releases Christmas tracks ahead of Kent concert

Reigning X Factor champion Sam Bailey set to re-issue her debut album ahead of Margate gig

Barry hosts concert of music from the movies

21 November 2014
Barry hosts concert of music from the movies

Philharmonia at the Movies: Sci-Fi is a music concert hosted by TV film critic Barry Norman in Canterbury

Still singing the blues

19 November 2014
Still singing the blues

Known to his fans as 'the godfather of British blues', John Mayall will be playing live in the county this weekend.

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Festival's final chapter

19 November 2014
Festival's final chapter

This year's Folkestone Book Festival is gearing up for its climax but will go out with a bang with a packed weekend of author talks.

Hands up for folk favourites

17 November 2014
Hands up for folk favourites

British folk stalwarts Show of Hands have a date in the county this week.

Play makes all the right moves

17 November 2014
Play makes all the right moves

Hopelessly Devoted - the tense, moving play by Mercury Prize nominee Kate Tempest - has one date left in the county.

Review: Frank Skinner, Man In A Suit

15 November 2014
Review: Frank Skinner, Man In A Suit

Frank's warm wit convincingly wins over the crowd at the Margate Winter Gardens

Getting better with age

12 November 2014
Getting better with age

He may be getting older, but is touring comedian Seann Walsh getting wiser?

Highflyers of note

12 November 2014
Highflyers of note

A week of celebratory military music concerts in Canterbury

Michael Rosen is the ideas man

12 November 2014
Michael Rosen is the ideas man

The former children's laureate is speaking on his new book, Good Ideas, at Folkestone Book Festival

Remembering Winston

12 November 2014
Remembering Winston

New exhibition commemorating the life and legacy of Sir Winston Churchill at Chartwell

Take a peek at Creek show

12 November 2014
Take a peek at Creek show

Faversham folk get involved with the Picture the Creek exhibition

Writers put the 'her' into history

12 November 2014
Writers put the 'her' into history

Authors Sarah Gristwood and Elizabeth Fremantle give a talk on history in fiction at Deal's Astor Theatre

Antigone's gone gangster

11 November 2014
Antigone's gone gangster

Former EastEnder stars in updated version of Sophocles’ play

Mercury nominees' Kent gig

06 November 2014
Mercury nominees' Kent gig

GoGo Penguin, who narrowly missed out on Mercury Prize for best album this week, are making a rare appearance in the county tonight (Thursday)

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