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Death-defying acts fill circus Big Top

Death-defying acts fill circus Big Top

A wheel of death, flying trapeze and a deadly crossbow are among the heart-stopping circus acts now touring Kent.

What a trip to the cinema feels like now

What a trip to the cinema feels like now

The first of the county's cinemas reopened to film fans this weekend - here's what the experience was like.

Here's what it's like to try an online course for new skills

Here's what it's like to try an online course for new skills

With classrooms closed to all ages, Kent Adult Education's courses have moved online. We tried what it's like to be creative and learn lockdown style.

Board games to obsess over during lockdown

Board games to obsess over during lockdown

A board game shop delivering to customers during lockdown reveals the best games to play right now.

Stunning show with some shocks at the Kit Kat Klub

Stunning show with some shocks at the Kit Kat Klub

A show of two halves filled with complicated, sexy dance numbers and some shocks at the end, Cabaret the Musical was a serious hit for our reviewer.

Missing pints and electric banana pizzas, Secret Drinker's crazy night out

Missing pints and electric banana pizzas, Secret Drinker's crazy night out

'You should try anything once, except Morris dancing' says our undercover reporter after a trip to the pub.

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Couple unearth long lost Flanders and Swann songs

Couple unearth long lost Flanders and Swann songs

Archivist Leon Berger and partner Sovra Newman unearthed little-known songs in a tribute to English song-writers Michael Flanders and Donald Swann.

Do you believe in ghosts?

Do you believe in ghosts?

A series of terrifying tales is frightfully good.

Secret Drinker reviews the poshest Wetherspoons in Kent

Secret Drinker reviews the poshest Wetherspoons in Kent

Our undercover reporter heads to a Spoons with courteous door staff, a quieter atmosphere and even a sofa in the ladies' loos.

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Review: Lady Chatterley's Lover is just as controversial as you remember

Review: Lady Chatterley's Lover is just as controversial as you remember

A performance that starts as abruptly as it ends, Lady Chatterley's Lover is a show full of passion, drama and defiance.

What it's like to see the Museum of the Moon

What it's like to see the Museum of the Moon

An awe-inspiring replica of the moon is on show for the next few weeks - and it's free to see. This is what we thought when we saw it:

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Plenty of twists and turns in classic murder mystery

Plenty of twists and turns in classic murder mystery

Dial M for Murder, famous for Hitchcock's genre-defining film, stars Strictly's Tom Chambers and Not Going Out's Sally Bretton, as it comes to Kent.

Review: On Your Feet! is a joyous party

Review: On Your Feet! is a joyous party

A musical retelling of Gloria Estefan's rise to success is a cure for these frosty nights.

Steptoe and Son ride again

Steptoe and Son ride again

Rag and bone man Harold Steptoe and his irascible dad Albert have been arguing again. John Nurden went along to see what all the noise was about...

Shocks and stars in the making at The Bodyguard

Shocks and stars in the making at The Bodyguard

X-Factor's Alexandra Burke is back in Kent in The Bodyguard the musical, in role she has made her own. Here's what we thought of the show:

The Top 10 films to look forward to in 2020

The Top 10 films to look forward to in 2020

From Tom Cruise's return as Maverick, to a prequel to The Sopranos, the KM Group's cinema writer Mike Shaw picks his top films for 2020.

Secret Drinker encounters 'the most inedible thing in the world'

Secret Drinker encounters 'the most inedible thing in the world'

Our undercover drinker reports back from a pub with no beer and a particularly inedible snack.

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Review: Peter Pan is a glittering performance

Review: Peter Pan is a glittering performance

Reporter Megan Carr gives us her views on the panto at The Orchard Theatre.

Are these the Top 10 films of 2019?

Are these the Top 10 films of 2019?

It's been a big year for film, from thrillers to biopics and gangster greats. Here, our cinema writer picks his Top 10 highlights of the year.

Stars shine as panto hits the spot

Stars shine as panto hits the spot

Read our review of Cinderella at Chatham's Central Theatre.

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