Korean-born violinist Joo Yeon Sir recently performed with a Kent symphony orchestra - here's our review.
Check out our review of the hotel which has been named best in the south east.
There's plenty to take your breath away but don't expect a happy ending.
Join in the KM Charity Walk on Sunday starting from Mote House in Maidstone and finishing with goody bags, medals, live music and food and drink.
Festival season is getting under way, and we are turning our attention to the jazz and soul spectacular that is Love Supreme.
Thousands of children have drawn pictures of their dads for Father's Day which we will be publishing in June.
The Big Feastival is fast becoming one of the highlights of our festival calendar.
Sign up now to get a discount on a fun - and colourful - fundraising run.
Looking for a bargain? Check out the best boot fairs coming up across the county.
There's a chance to win tickets to this year's Kent County Show, starting in your What's On this week, plus free travel.
World class jazz musicians will perform a series of intimate concerts over the first May bank holiday weekend.
A fear of flying, following Julie Andrews and doing her own stunts: Emily Blunt talks about taking on the iconic lead in Mary Poppins Returns.
From festivals and music acts to exhibitions and family events, here's our round-up of what's on across Kent in 2019.
Don't worry - producers of the new Watership Down animation, on tele this weekend, have promised it will be less scary.
British Bake Off's Chetna Makan stars in a countywide culinary show, Kent Cooks, on KMTV.
Boulogne-sur-mer is known for its sea life centre, Nausicaa - the largest in Europe - but there's more to the seaside town, as we found out.
Christmas is for grown-ups too: here's our pick of gin and wine advent calendars, gin-filled baubles and boozy crackers.
Grottos and chances to see Santa often sell out early. Here's our guide to some of the places your family can see him across Kent this Christmas:
A play set in Margate and revisited two decades later has lost none of its poignancy.
A festival, held to mark the centenary of women winning the vote, heard an empowering speech from Emmeline Pankhurst's great-granddaughter.