Matthew Bourne's Romeo and Juliet makes you laugh, cry and is a must see for all.
The Priscilla Queen of the Desert tour bus pulled up at the Orchard Theatre last week, there is still time to get your hands on tickets.
Smouldering salsa combines with the glitzy glam of samba and the sheer power of a thundering Celtic tapping in Heartbeat of Home.
There were wide smiles and a warm welcome for our undercover reporter on his latest pub visit.
Blood Brothers, starring Lyn Paul for the final time, is now showing in Kent - here's our review.
Standing tall at around 7ft, there's still time to tackle one of the best summertime challenges, the Maize Maze. Here's what we thought of it:
Our undercover pub reporter finds that when it never rains, it pours as he calls into the bar at a Kent hotel
Does the stage version of The Girl on the Train live up to the No.1 bestselling book and the blockbusting film? Here's our review of the show:
Our undercover drinker gives a review for a true hidden hostelry gem this week - but he'd be quite happy if you didn't take his advice.
It wasn't just the cast that were on their feet when Fame the Musical opened in Canterbury. Here's why:
Our undercover drinker finds locals who guard their seat at the bar with some vigour - between trips outside - at a roadside boozer.
The Sweet, Mungo Jerry and Wilko Johnson rock the foundations of a Kent country house as organisers pay tribute to rock legend Bernie Torme.
Eating, drinking and sleeping - this superb hotel has it covered in style. Here's our review:
Little Miss Sunshine had audiences in giggles when the tour came to Kent last week.
Our undercover reporter unexpectedly gets to wet the baby's head in a high street boozer.
Rain failed to dampen spirits with bands like The Chaucers, Small Town Kings, Marvellous Mo, Dirty Channel, Curb Pilots and Marylebone Jelly.
Our undercover reporter heads along winding Kent lanes in search of the perfect country pub.
The Hever Festival kicked off its summer season with BGT stars Lost Voice Guy and Jonny Awsum. Here's how it went:
Women (and the occasional man) queued for miles to get to see the Strictly boys strut their stuff.