Currently on tour across the UK, Kinky Boots has arrived at the Marlowe Theatre and is already proving a hit.
Juggling Tom Balmont and his unicycle stole the show in Jack and the Beanstalk panto, says John Nurden.
John Nurden tracks down Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to a big tent in a field.
Veteran Irish comic Jimmy Cricket can still knock 'em for six, as John Nurden discovers.
Swashbuckling pirates and a huge crocodile along with lots of laughs, songs and dance make this year's Christmas panto a must see.
News editor Jenni Horn takes her children along to The Brook Theatre for a Christmas show with a difference.
Wet, Wet, Wet star Marti Pellow, a magic carpet, and plenty of giggles: here's our review of the panto in Dartford:
It's panto time in Medway. News editor Jenni Horn takes a trip to The Central Theatre to see how this year's offering measures up.
Boulogne-sur-mer is known for its sea life centre, Nausicaa - the largest in Europe - but there's more to the seaside town, as we found out.
Fire-breathing dragon blasts all other pantos, says John Nurden. Oh yes he does.
Four-piece reggae-metal band Skindred keep it intimate - but loud - as they play The Forum in Kent.
A brand new illuminated woodland trail has opened in a Kent forest. We took a look around to find out what it's like.
The county's biggest theatre has produced a recordbreaking panto for years, but as this year's opens we ask: have they done it again?
Charm, wit and a catalogue of hits makes for a magical night as The Mersey Beatles take on the Fab Four.
One of London's most iconic sites, the Tower of London, is offering a stunning ice skating experience throughout the festive season.
A former coastal railway station staged a major regional contribution to this weekend's Armistice centenary commemorations in shows over four days
Fort Amherst is bringing more scares this year as our reporter found out.
Eighties comedian Duncan Norvelle has been in Kent talking about his career and how he is coming to terms with suffering a stroke.
Laid-back crooner Martin Farbrother proved a hit with his audience at the Avenue Theatre, Sittingbourne, says John Nurden.
Fabulous, fun and fiery - it is clear Let It Be is a big hit.