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More details - The Courtyard - Open Garden for NGS
A young garden and home created in October 2016 by the BBC DIY SOS team. This is our family garden and smallholding which is enjoyed by our four young children daily. Our family garden has planted borders and raised beds.
The Courtyard, Sheerness
Sun 11 Mar, Sun 1 Apr, Sun 6 May

More details - Birdwatching trip to Oare Marshes
Shared transport trip organised by Watford Local RSPB Group to reserve on the Swale near Faversham. Tidal mudflats and creeks, along with well-sheltered marshes, give a wealth of ducks, geese and waders. We should find grey and golden plovers, and both sorts of godwits. Harriers and bearded tits are also possible
Meet in car park at end of lane running north from Oare village
Sun 25 Feb

More details - Screen print a canvas tote bag and tea towel
This is a fun and practical print making workshop where you will learn how to transfer an image to a stencil and produce a perfect screen print in your choice of colour onto a canvas tote bag and tea towel.
House of the Crafty Fox 104 West Street Faversham
Wed 7 Mar

More details - An Afternoon of Archive Thames Sailing Barge Films
An afternoon of Archive films on Thames Sailing Barges. Profits from the event are shared between the two heritage charities, Thames Sailing Barge Trust and Faversham Creek Trust
The Royal Cinema, Market Place, Faversham
Sun 18 Mar

More details - Copton Ash - Open Garden for NGS
Garden grown out of a love and fascination with plants. Contains very wide collection incl many rarities and newly introduced species raised from wild seed. Special interest in woodland flowers, snowdrops and hellebores with flowering trees and shrubs of spring.
Copton Ash, Faversham
Sun 18 Mar, Sun 8 Apr, Sun 15 Apr, Sun 29 Apr, Sun 13 May

More details - Over 50s Dance Exercise -Exercise the fun way to music across the decades.
Exercise the fun way to music across the decades.
St Peters Church House Cromwell Road
Thu 22 Feb, Thu 1 Mar

More details - Murder Mystery Evening @ Whitstable Castle
WUTHERING KNIGHTS It’s April Fool’s day 1939 and there’s a terrible storm gathering over Morlington Hill… And the police have discovered two bodies in the grounds of Boothby Hall… Join 368 Theatre Company and help them solve the latest Morlington Mystery… and maybe win your table a bottle of bubbly into the
Whitstable Castle & Gardens
Sat 24 Feb

More details - Lord Whisky Fur, Feather & Exotic Exhibition and Craft Fair
Come along and meet a variety of different animals and learn about their care from the experts, including chinchillas, rabbits, ferrets and much more. Children’s Small Animal Pet Show (not cats or dogs).
Boughton-under-Blean Village Hall, Bull Lane, Boughton-under-Blean, Nr Faversham
Sat 24 Feb

More details - Mount Ephraim - Open Garden for NGS
Herbaceous border, topiary, daffodils and rhododendrons, rose terraces leading to small lake. Rock garden with pools, water garden, young arboretum. Rose garden with arches and pergola planted to celebrate the Millennium. Magnificent trees. Grass maze. Superb views over fruit farms to Swale estuary.
Mount Ephraim, Faversham
Sun 18 Mar

More details - Yesterday Once More - The Karen Carpenter Story
The poignant truth behind a timeless musical partnership that took the world by storm... Featuring many classic Carpenters songs, we follow Karen’s extraordinary achievements, her desperation to be loved, and her long, unsuccessful battle with anorexia.
Avenue Theatre, Central Avenue, Sittingbourne
Sat 24 Feb

More details - Spotlight on TV Programming - Action Plus Media
ACTION PLUS MEDIA present THE STORY BEHIND THE MAKING OF TWO TELEVISION PROGRAMES. ’MEMORIES OF JAMES HERRIOT’ A delightful film featuring three James Herriots SIMON WARD who played the original James in ’ALL CREATURES GREAT AND SMALL’ and CHRIS TIMOTHY of the BBC TV series and the real...
Avenue Theatre, Central Avenue, Sittingbourne
Thu 1 Mar

More details - Screen @ The Avenue 'Loving Vincent' (12A)
In a story depicted in oil painted animation, a young man comes to the last hometown of painter Vincent van Gogh to deliver the troubled artist’s final letter and ends up investigating his final days there. 1 hr 34 mins Animation/Biography/Crime
Avenue Theatre, Central Avenue, Sittingbourne
Fri 2 Mar

More details - Screen @ The Avenue 'Murder on the Orient Express' 2017 (12A)
When a murder occurs on the train he’s travelling on, celebrated detective Hercule Poirot is recruited to solve the case. Stars: Kenneth Branagh, Penélope Cruz, Willem Dafoe 1hr 54 min Crime/Drama/Mystery
Avenue Theatre, Central Avenue, Sittingbourne
Fri 16 Mar

More details - Shoeburyness Philatelic Society Meeting
Competitions. Organised by Shoeburyness & District Philatelic Society. Contact for details: Sue Stacey (Secretary).
St Andrew’s Church Hall, Church Road, Shoeburyness
Thu 22 Feb

More details - Kent Coast (Herne Bay) Toy and Model Railways Collectors Fairs 2016
SRP fairs have over 20 years experience and currently promote 60 shows in the South East Covering Thameside, Essex, & Mid Kent and along The Sussex Coast. Established at The Kings Hall in 2013 this show is proving extremely popular with more dates planned for 2018.
The Kings Hall, Beacon Hill, Herne Bay, Kent
Sun 4 Mar

More details - Canterbury Record and CD Collector Fair
This event is now being held at the Westgate Hall, Westgate Hall Road, Canterbury City Centre. Doors are open from 9.30am to 3.30pm and admission is free. All genres of music from days gone by to the present day.
Westgate Hall, Westgate Hall Road, Canterbury
Sat 3 Mar

More details - Vivaldi Gloria
City of Canterbury Chamber Choir, director Edward-Rhys Harry, with Ed Kemp-Luck, organ, in a programme contrasting Vivaldi’s famous "Gloria" with Knut Nystedt’s "Peace I Leave With You" and a selection of works by living composers, including Cecilia McDowall - "A Fancy of Folksongs", world premieres of two
St. Peter’s Methodist Church, St. Peter’s Street , Canterbury
Sun 18 Mar

More details - All night vigil
The Canterbury Singers, director Adrian Bawtree. Programme to include a selection from Rachmaninov’s "All-Night Vigil", settings of "O vos omnes" by Victoria, Gesualdo and Casals, and "Ave Maria" by Bruckner and Stravinsky. Also keyboard solos performed by Adrian Bawtree.
St. Paul’s Church, Church Street St. Paul’s, Canterbury
Sat 17 Mar

More details - Canterbury Music Club: Bartosz Glowacki (accordion)
Bartosz Glowacki is one of the leading lights of a new generation of accordionists. His artistic goal is to improve awareness of the accordion in classical music, as well as to develop a new repertoire for his instrument.
St Paul’s Church, Church Street St Paul’s, Canterbury
Thu 15 Mar

More details - St Patrick's Day Quiz with Curry at Canterbury College
St Patrick’s Day Quiz Night with Curry at Canterbury College- Thursday 15th March in aid of the Kent MS Therapy Centre. Join us for an extra special fundraising quiz at Canterbury College for St Patricks Day. Doors open at 6.30pm with the quiz starting at 7pm. Entry is £10.
Canterbury College, New Dover Road, Canterbury
Thu 15 Mar

More details - Jamie Lenman (ex Reuben)
Jamie Lenman (ex Reuben) + Gender Roles + Loa Loa. Artists performing: Jamie Lenman.: Tickets avaiable.
Chinnerys, Southend, Southend on Sea
Fri 23 Feb

The Sagas of Noggin the Nog More details - The Sagas of Noggin the Nog
In the lands of the North where the black rocks stand guard against the cold sea, in the dark night that is very long, the Men of the Northlands sit by their great log fires and they tell a tale…….of Noggin the Nog !!
Godmersham & Crundale Village Hall, The Street, Godmersham, Canterbury, Kent
Sat 3 Mar
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More details - ONDINE
A comic, enchanting and ultimately tragic play that follows the romance between Ondine, an ethereal sea nymph and Hans, a human Knight; but can society ever accept a love between two beings from two very different worlds? Age: 14+
Clifftown Theatre, Nelson Street, Southend-on-Sea
Wed 21 Feb, Fri 23 Feb, Sat 24 Feb

More details - The Piranha Lounge
It’s dark, it’s dank, it has a sense of the forbidden, of late-night shebeen, of the secret and furtive, of a place where the impossible is possible and all fantasy is there for the taking.
Clifftown Theatre, Nelson St, Southend-on-Sea
Thu 22 Feb to Sat 24 Feb

More details - For The Benefit of Capital
Who are you? What do you want? How will you get it and what is standing in your way? A new play exploring the barriers of social mobility and the never ending search for success, performed in connection with Greenwich & Lewisham Young People’s Theatre. Age: 12+
Clifftown Theatre, Nelson Street, Southend-on-Sea
Thu 8 Mar to Sat 10 Mar