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Theatre announces acts for its reopening

Theatre announces acts for its reopening

Big comedy names, live music from local acts and a pop-up panto have all been announced for the reopening of a town's theatre.

Arts festival tickets go on sale

Arts festival tickets go on sale

Tickets for the first major arts festival set to go ahead in the south east this autumn are on sale today.

Folk festival goes virtual

Folk festival goes virtual

A popular music festival will now go ahead online with pre-recorded concerts and live events.

Adonis dancer makes a move on the pop charts

Adonis dancer makes a move on the pop charts

One of the hunky men in raunchy dance troupe Adonis is aiming for the music charts with his first single inspired by Ed Sheeran and George Michael.

Music and motors gig confirmed

Music and motors gig confirmed

Two bands have organised a gig so their fans can watch them from their cars.

Live and kicking shows

Live and kicking shows

An al fresco festival will stage live music, opera and theatre performances in the open this weekend.

What's in the stars for your weekend?

What's in the stars for your weekend?

This weekend there's drive-in cinema, movies under the stars; live jazz; exhibitions and the chance to choose some special wine. Here's our round-up:

Bring out the big guns for the weekend

Bring out the big guns for the weekend

The reopening of a military museum and a performance of Grease on the big screen are among the highlights for things to do in Kent this weekend.

Still jamming behind closed doors

Still jamming behind closed doors

An arts festival will go ahead online after its exhibitions and concerts were recorded live, behind closed doors with social distancing.

Festival to go ahead in 'bitesize' form

Festival to go ahead in 'bitesize' form

A music and theatre festival has been scaled down and become an open-air event so that it can go ahead in a smaller form this summer.

Band's ode to the summer of '98

Band's ode to the summer of '98

A band founded by a former Medway man has penned a song to the 'lost' summer of 2020 - and even thrown in the 132 bus to Hempstead Valley Drive.

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Live music is back

Live music is back

Festivals may still be a no-no but live music is tentatively returning to pubs and clubs.

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Live on the Vine summer festival launches

Live on the Vine summer festival launches

A new summer festival, bringing live entertainment outdoors each weekend, is set to launch tonight, raising funds for a local theatre and artists.

Ramblin' Man heads online for live gig

Ramblin' Man heads online for live gig

Organisers of rock festival Ramblin' Man Fair, which would have been held this month, have announced a live gig online for those missing the music.

'I'm a triple threat, me'

'I'm a triple threat, me'

Meet the seven-year-old boy from Kent who wears Doc Martens, covers Madness and has made it through the first round of the Voice Kids.

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Voice contestant offers virtual singing lessons

Voice contestant offers virtual singing lessons

A 22-year-old who made it to the knockouts of the Voice wants to pass on her skills to other budding performers.

Bands line up for Tom Kerridge's garden party

Bands line up for Tom Kerridge's garden party

Keane, Soul II Soul and Stereo MCs join Kaiser Chiefs on the line-up for chef Tom Kerridge's second events series of the summer in Kent.

Open-air proms evenings coming this summer

Open-air proms evenings coming this summer

Two nights of open-air live music have been announced for the late summer bank holiday at a Kent attraction.

Drive-in festival series cancelled

Drive-in festival series cancelled

A drive-in festival series that was due to kick off in Kent later this month has been cancelled.

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Tom Kerridge announces Drive-in Garden Party line-up

Tom Kerridge announces Drive-in Garden Party line-up

Chef Tom Kerridge has announced he is postponing Pub in the Park but staging a drive-in event complete with music from the likes of Kaiser Chiefs.

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