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What's On, October 4
What's On, October 4

He shot to fame more than 30 years ago as the stand-up comedian with the squeaky voice, but since then, Kent comedian Joe Pasquale has established a diverse career on stage and screen. His latest role is as Sherlock Holmes, but with a twist, as he tells What's On.

Roll up, roll up for the most unusual circus spectacle in the world - the award-winning Slava's Snowshow, which arrives at Canterbury's Marlowe Theatre this week.

Experience the magic of animation at this year’s Canterbury Anifest 2013. It is the 7th year of the community event, which offers a range of workshops, behind-the-scenes presentations from industry professionals, screenings and family-friendly events.

It is all change at Margate’s Turner Contemporary this week, as the new autumn exhibitions go on show, including a major showcase of works by the gallery’s namesake, JMW Turner, along with pieces by John Constable and other contemporaries.

Tasty treats will be on offer at a wealth of food and drink events taking place in the county this weekend, including Broadstairs Food Festival; Hempstead Valley's Autumn Food and Drink Fayre; East Kent Green Hop Open Day; and the Kent Life Apple and Cider Fayre.

Top comedians Ed Byrne and Paul Merton chat exclusively to What's On about their new shows, ahead of performances in the county.

And former Doctors star Diane Keen reveals all about her new role in controversial play The Vagina Monologues, which arrives in Chatham this week.

We are giving a free pashmina-style shawl worth £25 to every reader

And we have a bumper bundle of prizes to be won, including:

- Five pairs of tickets to The Magic of Motown at London's O2

- Two places on a half term football and multi-sport course run by Charlton Athletic Community Trust

- Five prize packages of TOMY Play to Learn range toys

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