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Indie band The Libertines wowed the crowds as they curated the final day of the Wheels and Fins Festival.
Opening night went down a treat at the Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury.
A trip to Antwerp and Bruges in Belgium in the car is so simple via a DFDS ferry from Dover.
Thousands danced and sang the night away as music stars Craig David and Rita Ora blasted out their hits at the Kent Event Centre.
It's the little things visitors will love at the LEGO Brick History exhibition taking you through millions of years of history.
Family festival bOing! bounced back this bank holiday, with its centrepiece, the luminarium, attracting crowds to see inside.
The rain couldn't dampen spirits at The Big Feastival. Read our review of the weekend's fun.
Theatregoers at Fame the Musical were dancing in the aisles on its opening night in Tunbridge Wells.
Artworks from the artist behind Terry Pratchett's Discworld series illustrations, and a 25-year career, have gone on show.
It was emotional. It was funny and it's not to be missed.
A long way from Pompeii, Bastille headlined the Neverworld festival alongside Sub Focus and Lucy Spraggan.
Billed as Kent’s answer to Glastonbury, Neverworld did not disappoint on its first main day of music with headliners Clean Bandit.
Young dinosaur fans will love the interactive family theatre show Dinosaur World Live.
There was plenty of funky music when disco group Uncle Funk and the Boogie Wonderband took some Saturday Night Fever to an open-air theatre in Kent.
With gallons of glitter, a sea of light-up bunny ears and relentless high-pitched screams, pop-band Little Mix created quite the stir in Kent.
How does a veteran British entertainer in his 80s compare to a Little Mix concert? John Nurden attempts to find out...
Reporter Molly Mileham-Chappell went to Bromley's Churchill Theatre to see Titanic the Musical. Here's what she thought...
A dragon, a gingerbread man and a big, green ogre - Shrek the Musical hits the Canterbury stage.
Sebastian Faulk's play about the horrors of the Great War comes to life on stage at Tunbridge Wells. But don't forget our earplugs, warns John Nurden.
A summer-long open air theatre tour kicked off with weather to die for and a few surprises.
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