The stage version of the popular 80s film Rita, Sue and Bob Too is coming to Kent.
A theatre show, set in a courtroom in a secret location in Kent, will see audience members play the part of the jury and decide the verdict.
The Pinky Ponk will fly over a theatre in a production of In The Night Garden for the first time.
Comedian Seann Walsh has apologised after performing at a Kent venue with a slipped disc.
A theatre which opened its doors for the first time this year is set to stage an Olivier Award-winning production.
Ben Bowman from the Isle of Sheppey played to a packed house at the London Palladium last night.
In the era of Netflix where the crime genre reigns Agatha Christie's brilliant drama more than holds its own, says Ed McConnell.
Tracy Beaker star Dani Harmer will join comedian Bobby Davro for an Easter show to start the school holidays.
The 70s are back as Jodie Prenger sashays on stage like she's on a catwalk in Mike Leigh's comedy classic Abigail's Party.
The comedy classic Abigail's Party rolls out the red nostalgia carpet for the 70s in the county next week, starring Jodie Prenger.
Former Conservative MP and now Strictly and Celebrity Big Brother star Ann Widdecombe will be talking about her life at two Kent venues.
Waitress, Broadway’s newest delivery has just arrived, piping hot, in the West End. Molly Mileham-Chappell went to review it for What's On.
Frankie Vali and the Four Seasons tribute act goes down a storm with Kent audience. But festival promoter warns more support is needed.
A circus show with the world's most dangerous circus act - the Globe of Death - arrives in the county this week.
A theatre company has launched a search for its apprentice for a summer tour - and this year is looking for two.
TV presenter and author Ben Fogle will be recounting his adventures from the top of Everest to the wilds of Africa in his latest tour.
The stage show of Dr Seuss's rhyming Cat in the Hat book brings havoc to a Kent theatre for a five-day run.
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat has made its way to Kent on the new 2019 tour.
They are known worldwide as the Calendar Girls and they can now be seen on stage and you should go to see the show too.
A line-up of events to mark a Kent theatre's 50th anniversary has been announced.
The funny and heartwarming musical of Calendar Girls, with music by Take That's Gary Barlow, has arrived at a Kent theatre.