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After streaming to an empty theatre last year, the county's biggest panto is back. But does it still cut it after a year away from live audiences?
A popular festive weekend event returns with street entertainment, carols and seasonal goodies on sale.
From markets with seasonal goodies to the arrival of Santa, there's some fabulously festive events on this weekend across Kent.
Two more of the county's theatres are getting ready for the opening night of panto season.
Shoppers will be able to enjoy a virtual reality contemporary dance show as part of a day out thanks to a world renowned dance company next year.
A brand new boutique festival with more than 100 dance music acts is set to launch early next summer.
Thinking of picking your panto tickets for this year? Here's our guide to the shows set to entertain us this Christmas across the county:
Inside your What's On this week, we're lighting the way to more festive events, including a lantern parade in Whitstable and the return of the Dickensian Christmas, which comes to Rochester High Street this weekend, with costumed characters, parades and live events, plus festive goodies for sale at the Christmas market. We've also got a sack load of festive events coming to the county this weekend, from festive movies with Luna Drive-In cinema to festive shows, Santa's grottos and a host of traditional treats from the National Trust opening this weekend. There's also three pantos preparing for curtain up this week, and we have our latest Eat My Words review which will take you down Memory Lane... to Wimpy. We also have our usual seven-day TV guide, shows to stream, the Top 10 movies in cinemas across the country, puzzles, quizzes and crosswords All inside your local KM paper. Enjoy!
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A homeowner is demanding urgent checks after the frame of a new house has been erected "just steps" from her back door.
Bidding is expected to be brisk for this tiny cottage which has just two rooms and is nestled beside a picturesque city park and river.
Round up of the strengths and expertise of different law firms across the county, based on the findings of respected guides by Chambers & Partners and the Legal 500.
A guide for your future. For Year 11 students in Kent and Medway. Click here for the e-edition.
This winter we face a double threat from COVID-19 and flu, but free COVID-19 booster and flu vaccines are available.