Want to book up for the festive family treat of panto this Christmas across Kent? Here's our guide to the shows on at theatres across the county.
Former America's Got Talent winner Paul Zerdin is bringing his new show to Kent, including some new characters.
It might be 1930s America in the midst of The Great Depression but an outing to Annie will ensure you don't leave without a smile.
Birds of a Feather star Lesley Joseph takes over from Strictly's Craig Revel Horwood as Annie the Musical comes to Kent this week.
The actor who played The Bill baddie DCI Burnside will star as Captain Hook in a town's panto this Christmas.
Northern Ballet's adaptation of Bram Stocker's iconic Dracula comes to Kent, but don't expect him to be all evil, says principal dancer Javier Torres.
A festival focussing on the environment will feature stars including adventurer Steve Backshall, parenting blogger Mamalina, and a film festival.
The gritty 1950s tale, A Taste of Honey, comes to the Kent stage this week, starring I'd Do Anything winner Jodie Prenger.
The pantomime starring Eastenders actor Steve McFadden will be coming to the Orchard Theatre this winter.
A new adaptation of Frankenstein, which is playing in the county this week, puts author Mary Shelley at the centre of her gothic horror.
A rip-roaring cast and great staging will fulfil any fan's antici...pation.
A tribute to 16-year-old global superstar Jojo Siwa is a party your little girl will not want to miss.
Tickets go on sale today for Les Miserables when it comes to the county next year. Here's how to get yours:
Fishnets and heels at the ready - The Rocky Horror Show struts into Kent this week. Here's what creator Richard O'Brien thinks of it now:
Holby City and EastEnders star Paul Bradley will be playing his very first baddie - Captain Hook - in panto in the county this Christmas.
He will shortly be seen on screens in Hollyoaks, but first Jake Quickenden travelled to Kent for a panto launch.
Matthew Bourne's Romeo and Juliet makes you laugh, cry and is a must see for all.
Meet the stars of this year's pantomime, including Lucy Benjamin from EastEnders and Derek Moran from Milkshake!
The longest running theatre show, Agatha Christie's chilling whodunnit The Mousetrap, is on the Kent stage.
Celebrated choreographer Sir Matthew Bourne is bringing a new take on the well-loved Shakespeare tale Romeo and Juliet to the Kent stage.
The cult horror stage show, Ghost Stories, is set to terrify audiences when it comes to the county as part of its first UK tour.