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The Kent Diary is the essential, eclectic guide to what's on in Kent over the coming months. It is constantly updated and highlights some of the best local entertainment opportunities. It's been running for 12 years and aims to provide a mosaic of experiences taking place over the next ten to twelve weeks. The Diary has always juxtaposed summer fetes alongside symphony orchestras and rock bands with ploughing contests. Our ethos is that all of us are interested in a range of things and may even be tempted to try something new should we come across a tempting opportunity.
Before attending any event always check the details with the organisers, as you may appreciate we publish all event details in good faith and we're not always in a position to present the most up to the minute news regarding changes and cancellations.
Listings are published free of charge, send submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org, we welcome all event details no matter how big or small, can't always guarantee to publish what we receive. We try and highlight regular annual events and festivals, we publish some links at the foot of this page.
We are unable to publish all the events submitted to us but we welcome interesting entertainment opportunities from all parts of the county no matter how big or small.
The Barber of Seville - Memorial Theatre (Broadstairs) - 07/03/15
The Merry Opera Company presents Rossini's classic comic opera, adapted by Amanda and Anthony Holden, directed by John Ramster with musical direction by Stephen Hose.
- Theatre Royal (Margate) - 06 to 07/03/15
Tara Arts in association with Queen's Hall Arts & Black Theatre Live present Macbeth, Jatinder Verma's modern-day cross-cultural take on Shakespeare's tragedy. Spun together with a blend of Indian music and movement, this brand new production from one of the UK's leading cross-cultural theatre companies sees Shakespeare's tragedy reimagined in a contemporary context. The cast includes Robert Mountford and Shaheen Khan and the production is directed by Jatinder Verma.
Bugs and Grubs Weekend - Kent Life Heritage Farm Park (Maidstone) - 07 to 08/03/15
A first-ever bugs and grubs on the 7th and 8th of March. It will be a full weekend of bug related activities.
Jekyll and Hyde - The Woodville (Gravesend) - 11/03/15
Dr. Henry Jekyll decides to make himself the subject of his own experimental treatments, accidentally unleashing his inner demons along with the man the world would come to know as Mr. Hyde.
"If Sell a Door continue to produce work of this quality they will be around for a long time" the Scotsman.
Alan Davies -
The Central Theatre (Chatham) - 12/03/15
Alan Davies returns with his highly anticipated follow up show, Little Victories. Recommended for ages 15+ only
"Alan Davies has lost none of his appeal… heart-tugging and deeply funny" Big Issue
Swan Lake - The Marlowe Theatre (Canterbury) - 13 to 14/03/14
Classic ballet from the Russian State Ballet Of Siberia, Sergei Bobrov Artistic Director and Anatoly Tchepurnoi Music Director and Chief Conductor.
Roy Orbison and Friends - The Woodville (Gravesend) - 15/03/15
Spectacular Multi Media Tribute to The Big O, fe
aturing classic Orbison hits from the 60's right through to the Late 80's when Roy joined a band of men, who called themselves The Traveling Wilbury's.
Whodunit Dine & Crime - Mercure Tunbridge Wells - 03/04/15
Mercure Tunbridge Wells Hotel presents “The Mystery of Dr Syn”, 18th century Classic Murder Mystery set in a mysterious corner of Olde England - an interactive Murder Mystery meal
Gods Are Fallen And All Safety Gone - Marlowe Theatre (Canterbury) - 24/04/14
An intimate exploration of mother and daughter relationships. Ages 14+.
City of Rochester Symphony Orchestra - Central Theatre (Chatham) - 09/05/15
Mozart: Don Giovanni Overture
Prokofiev: Classical Symphony in D Major Op.25
Vivaldi: Double Trumpet Concerto
Beethoven: 2nd Symphony in D Major Op.36
Pasadena Roof Orchestra - The Central Theatre (Chatham) - 20/06/15
A vintage dance band in every sense of the word!
This page is maintained on a regular basis, we update manually which means a person at our end is responsible for publishing the information. Whilst this may mean that human errors can occur, it also ensures there is some quality control in the information we provide. These listings are provided for information purposes only always check event details with the organisers. Sometimes the details of an event may be changed or a performance cancelled without us ever being performed, even when we are notified there may not be enough time for us to update this page - always check with the venue! If you'd like details of local attractions visit our Discover Kent. Please see our disclaimer.
Listings of Kent Theatres and live music venues in Kent. Looking ahead to Broadstairs Folk Week, Wye Food Festival, Kent Big Day Out, Tenterden Folk and the Deal Festival. Please refer to our disclaimer, Yourcounty does not have any responsibility for the content of external websites.
Something for everyone
Kent is as beautiful as it is diverse, within its boundaries there exists a rich range of things to do and places to see. Outstanding natural beauty, a rich history, sites of world wide cultural and religious importance, sensational beaches, ancient woodlands, the list is endless. The point being; if you are looking for a day out Kent can offer something to suit every pocket and taste.
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This feature has been checked and edited but if you feel there is an error or omission let us know. In common with all our pages, this is a feature under development, changes will occur from time to time. We take care over our content but we're happy to correct errors, please see our disclaimer. If you wish to suggest somewhere worth visiting in Kent please let us know.
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