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Look back at 25 of the biggest entertainment events in Kent over the past 25 years as we mark the 25th birthday of the KM Group's What's On magazine.
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You can sleep like royalty in one of 28 luxury bedrooms, feet from where Henry VIII used to sleep in a 13th century castle.
Get away from the daily grind with a visit to one of Kent's windmills before they shut for the winter.
A special centenary service for the end of the First World War, and Kent's role, will be this weekend, and it's free to attend.
Indie rockers Kaiser Chiefs have announced a new UK tour will head to the county next year, with tickets going on sale this week.
Birds of prey display, archery and laser clay pigeon shooting are just some of the rural attractions alongside ploughing at an annual ploughing match.
Bands from across Kent are being encouraged to apply to play the Rising Stage at Ramblin' Man Fair next year.
Long-running nightclub Air and Breathe will host a final farewell party next month before closing to make way for another club.
Retailers are offering students discounts on everything from restaurants to clothes and cinema tickets for the rest of the month.
A new exhibition at a Kent gallery is showcasing some breathtaking views of Thanet.
The county’s largest celebration of food, drink and culture - the Canterbury Food and Drink Festival - returns for three days of culinary treats.
World class artists and local music stars will feature in the Margate Jazz Weekend.
Street artist Catman - dubbed Kent's Banksy - talks about branching out six years after his first wall artwork.
Football greats Ray Parlour and David Seaman met at a greasy spoon which serves a 7,500-calorie breakfast to talk about getting into shape.
Hush Heath vineyard in Staplehurst is set to launch a new winery and tasting room, which visitors can see at an open weekend.
The magical words of Julia Donaldson and illustrations of Axel Scheffler have been used to create The Gruffalo’s Child Live on Stage.
Expect slapstick and plot twists as “Ocean’s Eleven meets the Marx Brothers” comes to the Kent stage.
Every morning at 10am we play you an hour of tunes from the 90s. We call it, #WeLoveThe90s.
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