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Theatre Review: The Tiger Who Came To Tea, by Anna Morell

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Catch this lovely children’s classic brought to life for the stage this summer From the first bars of the ‘Hi! Hello!’ song, it’s clear this production of the much-loved children’s book, ‘The Tiger Who Came To Tea’, is going to be faithful, sunny, sung (at least in parts) and joyfully interactive. The cheery score is…

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Review: Kneehigh Theatre’s ‘Rebecca’, by Sam Froudist

It’s a Monday evening, and (not unhappily) I find myself at the Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury to see ‘Rebecca’ by Cornish theatre company Kneehigh. I’ve been bundled off with promises of greatness – friends from around the country sing Kneehigh’s praises, and I am happy to report that these promises were fulfilled. I spent two…

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Are you the next Canterbury Festival Poet of the Year?

This March saw the 2015 launch of Canterbury Festival’s much loved Poet of the Year Competition. Last year’s competition saw over 170 entries from all over the world, including Switzerland, Macedonia and America. From the many entries, a long list of 36 is chosen, which are then published in an anthology, available from Canterbury Festival…

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