Our new columnist heads undercover to Ye Olde Chequers at Tonbridge in search of beer and banter
Secret Drinker, our new column where we go undercover in Kent's pubs, calls in at the Black Horse at Thurnham, near Bearsted.
Molly Mileham-Chappell went to the Orchard Theatre in Dartford last night to review the 50th anniversary of Hair the Musical.
The New Forest offers gorgeous scenery, pretty villages, a stunning coastline and the delightful Balmer Lawn Hotel & Spa.
A crime thriller is adapted for stage in a creative and interesting way.
It's grim up north, at least in the world of Rita, Sue and Bob Too, but somehow the show's cast shine a ray of light in the darkness.
Ahead of Kent's first Taco Bell launching this week, we sent one of our reporters to an Essex branch to see what all the excitement is about.
From raising Disney executives' eyebrows to working with prog rockers Pink Floyd: we take a look at the work of cartoonist Gerald Scarfe on show.
As record numbers of visitors poured through Dreamland's gates this Easter weekend, we look at what's on offer for them at the amusement park.
In the era of Netflix where the crime genre reigns Agatha Christie's brilliant drama more than holds its own, says Ed McConnell.
The 70s are back as Jodie Prenger sashays on stage like she's on a catwalk in Mike Leigh's comedy classic Abigail's Party.
Who'd organise a Hawaiian music festival in March? The Chaucers did with their mates Cakehole and Marylebone Jelly. John Nurden checked it out...
Fascinating facts, fun and free drinks are on offer as two drink enthusiasts take audiences on a pub crawl through history.
Waitress, Broadway’s newest delivery has just arrived, piping hot, in the West End. Molly Mileham-Chappell went to review it for What's On.
Frankie Vali and the Four Seasons tribute act goes down a storm with Kent audience. But festival promoter warns more support is needed.
Get ready for the energetic ramblings of a a comedian at the top of his game.
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat has made its way to Kent on the new 2019 tour.
They are known worldwide as the Calendar Girls and they can now be seen on stage and you should go to see the show too.
The touring cast of the acclaimed National Theatre play give a masterclass in acting and puppetry.
Little Mix tribute act LMX launched a new series of shows at a school but there were only three instead of four of them. John Nurden finds out why...
You'll learn lots and see some spectacular sights on the trail about Sir Winston Churchill at his family home. Here's what we thought of it: