Welcome to Wow

A Short Introduction to the site

by Founder & Editor Emma Dewhurst

Thanks to Ewan Golder for making this video. Find him at http://ewangolder.co.uk/

Band of the Month

Alex Cornish

Alex Cornish is a singer-songwriter from Dunbar, Scotland, a seaside town just outside Edinburgh. He has produced five critically acclaimed albums to date. In session for Dermot O' Leary he was called a "genius", Mark Radcliffe declared his music to be "absolutely gorgeous'", “a voice to stand comparison to Thom Yorke” said The Scotsman on Sunday and “a beautiful album that has Mercury Music Prize nomination written all over it” said The Sunday Times. Catch him at Kingston Barn, CT4 6JB on Monday 19 February. http://alexcornish.com/

The Arts Calendar

  • Other
  • 2 dates from
  • Gillingham
  • Royal Engineers Museum
  • ME7 1UR

Exhibition – Ubique

“Archives exists in the present, yet their endless “waiting without forgetting” locates them in the past.” Ubique [oo-bee-kwe] brings together eight dynamic…

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Classes & Workshops


Wow Magazine

Wowkent.co.uk was preceded by the award-winning print magazine, WOW. Founded by actress Emma Dewhurst in 2010, sixty-five print copies of WOW magazine were published over the six years of its life. High quality articles, stunning visuals and a determination to bring readers the very best of what's on where made this lovely little magazine stand out from the crowd.

At the end of last year, after much deliberation, the decision to stop publishing the magazine was taken and the Dec 2016 issue was its last.

We're delighted to have kept the website going, however, and will continue to feature the best of WOW and we welcome your arts listings, news and views more than ever. Please help us to grow the site into the go-to place for all things arts and culture in Kent!


(The above are just some of the words used by WOW Reader Survey respondents when asked to describe the magazine).

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