17 Dec 2020

Award-winning children’s theatre company present the London premiere of The Gingerbread Man

Each year Bromley Churchill Theatre presents a brand new adaptation of a classic Christmas story in their studio alongside a spectacular pantomime in the main auditorium. In response to COVID-19 theatre closures,

10 Nov 2020

Celebrating the centenary of Canterbury’s favourite bear, Rupert.

This month the Beaney were planning to open the doors to a special exhibition celebrating the centenary of Canterbury’s favourite bear, Rupert.    Sadly, the lockdown means the Beaney is now temporarily closed and the opening

07 Oct 2020

The Autumn/Winter 2020 programme from Studio Will Dutta announced.

  Studio Will Dutta have announced their 2020 Autumn \ Winter programme welcoming local, national, and international audiences to the second season of performances and events from their new home in East

16 Aug 2020

Renowned classical musicians announce new festival in Bromley

Benjamin Grosvenor, Raja Halder and Hyeyoon Park are proud to launch Bromley and Beckenham International Music Festival, a new festival bringing world-class classical music to the heart of Bromley 17th – 20th

17 Jul 2020

Unexpected performances delivered direct to Thanet households

Theatres closed. Community gatherings confined to small ‘isolation bubbles’ – what can be done when an arts company’s guiding mission is to bring adventure to people through LIVE performance? As a leading

13 Jul 2020

JAM on the Marsh: VIRTUAL 6-15 August 2020

This summer, JAM on the Marsh will present nine new concerts, alongside three sensational exhibitions. All events will be presented virtually, with no audience, on JAM’s website via YouTube. Outstanding artists and

03 Jul 2020

Coachworks is proud to present a solo exhibition of work by inaugural artist in residence, Liz Wilson

The Orchestrated Unconscious is a multi-channel video installation encompassing modulated vocals, animations and sculpture exploring time, velocity and labour. Enacting as a transportation device, the installation gathers speed rhythmically, pulsating into a

26 May 2020

Artist Profile: Rachel Arif

insideKENT catches up with resident artist Rachel Arif who has been keeping herself busy during lockdown. Rachels work is known for its Turneresque aesthetic so these new works are slightly different in

14 Apr 2020


With the likes of David Beckham, Cara Delavigne and Taylor Swift all self-confessed craft lovers and studies indicating the mental health benefits of hobby craft, Aldi is on hand with its new

03 Mar 2020

The Mousetrap: Susan Penhaligon Syndicated Interview

With Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap coming to Tunbridge Wells’ Assembly Hall in April, Susan Penhaligon, one of the stars, discussed her role in this exciting new production. How do you feel to

28 Feb 2020

Theatre Review: Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em at The Churchill Theatre, Bromley

Is there a sitcom as dearly loved and with as much nostalgia attached to it as Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em? It’s the kind of programme that we grew up watching, no

25 Feb 2020

Great Britain v Hungary Fencing Exhibition Match coming to Canterbury

On Saturday 29th February The King’s School, Canterbury are hosting a GB Vs Hungary exhibition fencing match in their impressive new Malthouse Theatre in Canterbury to celebrate 90 years of fencing at