Category: Events

#RLF2016: The Turtle Moves

Come along and join in a wonderful day of fun and craft activities planned for all ages on Saturday, October 8. ‘The Turtle Moves’, inspired by Terry Pratchett’s Discworld series, sees a Juvenile Crafters’ Guild appear, as if by magic, in Rochester’s Community Hub, where you can design your own Luggage or bring to life a…

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Rochester LitFest 2016: Written Worlds, Inspiring Places 1-9 October

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Amidst the usual creative writing workshops, Cafe Crawl and author talks this year, the RLF has a wonderful day of craft activities planned for all ages on Oct 8. ‘The Turtle Moves‘, inspired by Terry Pratchett’s Discworld series, sees a Juvenile Crafters’ Guild appear, as if by magic, in Rochester’s Community Hub, where you can…

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Preview: Canterbury Festival 2016 (15 October to 5 November): A mixed bag of delights!

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With over 200 events spanning three weeks this autumn, the Canterbury Festival will again bring music, performance, talks, science, visual art and walks to the forefront of this iconic cultural city in the heart of east Kent.   The popular Spiegeltent is returning for 2016, oozing glamour and vintage charm. With a change of location…

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Salute to the 40s!

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KEEP CALM AND CARRY ON TO THE HISTORIC DOCKYARD CHATHAM Keep Calm and Carry On to one of Britain’s Best Vintage Festivals (as designated by the Daily Telegraph in 2014) on 17 and 18 September 2016. Visitors will be transported back in time as soon as they step foot into The Historic Dockyard Chatham for the annual Salute to…

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Review: Whitstable Biennale 2016: The Faraway Nearby by Tracy Affleck

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  Over a 10 day period and in the capable hands of Director Sue Jones, the 8th edition of the Whitstable Biennale hosts an impressive range of experimental and thought-provoking work, including themes surrounding migration, separation, loss, direction, and how we make sense of home and place. This year’s theme of ‘The Faraway Nearby’ is…

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Review: Doc Yard and Sailors Academy, by Anna Morell

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Doc Yard at The Historic Dockyard, Chatham - WOW Kent

Last summer, at The Historic Dockyard, Chatham, a slightly mad professor, Doc Yard, invented a brand new gas – A1R. Given this, um, ‘new’ discovery didn’t go entirely to plan, she’s back this year along with her able assistant, Bunsen, to show all budding Techsplorers her newest discovery – a special liquid called BU88L. Before…

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