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01 May 2015 to 01 May 2015

Swanhunter at Gulbenkian TheatreFri 1 May 2015Based on a tale from the Finnish folk epic the Kalevala, Swanhunter is a chamber opera written by the composer and librettist of Opera North's hugely successful The Adventures of Pinocchio.

01 May 2015 to 01 May 2015

Stewart Francis: Pun Gent at The Marlowe TheatreFri 1 May 2015The star of Mock The Week, Michael McIntyre's Roadshow and Live At The Apollo.

01 May 2015 to 01 May 2015

A Strange Wild Song at The Marlowe TheatreFri 1 May 2015War through a child's eyes. Northern France. WWII. Three children encounter a lost American soldier. Decades later, the soldier’s camera is unearthed and his grandson tries to solve the mystery of the photographs inside.

02 May 2015 to 02 May 2015

Swanhunter at Gulbenkian TheatreSat 2 May 2015Based on a tale from the Finnish folk epic the Kalevala, Swanhunter is a chamber opera written by the composer and librettist of Opera North's hugely successful The Adventures of Pinocchio.

02 May 2015 to 02 May 2015

Brighouse And Rastrick Band at The Marlowe TheatreSat 2 May 2015Founded more than 130 years ago, the Brighouse And Rastrick Band are regarded by many as one of the best brass bands in the world. Enjoy the stirring sound as this highly-acclaimed band perform a host of popular classics.

02 May 2015 to 02 May 2015

Lisa Knapp at The Marlowe TheatreSat 2 May 2015The award-winning folk artist. Lisa performs tacks from her EP A Branch of May, with tracks inspired by the spring season. Her beguiling voice and sense of musical adventure are best experienced live.

02 May 2015 to 02 May 2015

Jimmy Jones - The Return of the Guvnor at The Kings HallSat 2 May 2015The Godfather of adult comedy comes to Herne Bay!

02 May 2015 to 02 May 2015

03 May 2015 to 03 May 2015

Annabelle's Skirtingboard Adventure at Gulbenkian TheatreSun 3 May 2015Annabelle's Skirtingboard Adventure is a brand new theatre show for young children which combines animation, film and music, all created live before the audience.

07 April 2015 to 03 May 2015

Victorian and Edwardian Theatre Exhibition at Gulbenkian TheatreTue 7 Apr - Sun 3 May 2015This public exhibition launch marks the final assessment on the second-year Drama module 'Victorian and Edwardian Theatre'.

03 May 2015 to 03 May 2015

Jack in the Green Story Time at WildwoodSun 3 May 2015Make a woodland garland, hear our magical spring story and meet our hand-reared owl at the wishing tree.

03 May 2015 to 03 May 2015

Hare's Moon Night Tour at WildwoodSun 3 May 2015See our animals under the moonlight on a guided tour.

03 May 2015 to 04 May 2015

Pat-a-Lamb at Mount Ephraim GardensSun 3 - Mon 4 May 2015Make friends with our cuddly lambs and see Mount Ephraim when spring is in full swing and the ten acres of gardens are bursting into bloom. A fun day out for all the family with craft demonstrations, story-telling and an Animal Trail.

03 May 2015 to 04 May 2015

Yamato Drummers Of Japan: Bakuon at The Marlowe TheatreSun 3 - Mon 4 May 2015Yamato’s acclaimed performances of authentic Japanese Taiko drumming awaken all five senses in this explosive production.

11 April 2015 to 04 May 2015

Animal Magic at The Beaney House of Art & KnowledgeSat 11 Apr - Mon 4 May 2015Animal Magic: a celebration of birds, beasts and bugs!

05 May 2015 to 05 May 2015

Paul Merton's Impro Chums at The Marlowe TheatreTue 5 May 2015Paul Merton and his world-renowned Impro Chums will create a new and unique comedy show, based entirely on suggestions from the audience.

05 May 2015 to 05 May 2015

Royal Opera House - La Fille Mal Gardee (live) at Gulbenkian CinemaTue 5 May 2015Frederick Ashton's final full-length ballet is one of his most joyous creations, inspired by his love for the Suffolk countryside.

05 May 2015 to 05 May 2015

PVRI Charity Concert Festival Chamber Orchestra at Colyer-Fergusson BuildingTue 5 May 2015Internationally acclaimed conductor Stephen Barlow and the FCO present an evening of orchestral classics.

06 May 2015 to 06 May 2015

Don Q at Gulbenkian TheatreWed 6 May 2015Flintlock Theatre bring their signature high-energy storytelling to this re-imagining of Cervantes' classic tale

06 May 2015 to 06 May 2015

Dylan Moran at The Marlowe TheatreWed 6 May 2015Dylan Moran star of Black Books, Shaun Of The Dead and Calvary is back with his new stand up show.

06 May 2015 to 06 May 2015

Reading Series: Sophie Hannah at Sidney Cooper GalleryWed 6 May 2015Enjoy the gallery's current exhibition with a glass of wine before the event begins. Sophie Hannah.

07 May 2015 to 07 May 2015

Faulty Towers Dining Experience at Gulbenkian TheatreThu 7 May 2015Following a tremendous year that included sold-out seasons in Canada, Sydney Opera House and Edinburgh Fringe, Australia's much feted tribute to the BBC's best-loved sitcom continues to tour the world.

07 May 2015 to 07 May 2015

Jools Holland And His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra at The Marlowe TheatreThu 7 May 2015A genuine British musical legend, Jools will be joined by his renowned Rhythm & Blues Orchestra for a night of brilliant entertainment and stunning musicianship.

07 May 2015 to 07 May 2015

The Piano Man at The Marlowe TheatreThu 7 May 2015What makes a man need to forget who he is?

08 May 2015 to 08 May 2015

Dan Webster at Gulbenkian TheatreFri 8 May 2015A seasoned English singer-songwriter, his music is influenced by sounds and story telling traditions of American and British Folk music, Americana and Rock and Roll.

08 May 2015 to 08 May 2015

Shackleton's Cat at The Marlowe TheatreFri 8 May 2015The latest of English Touring Opera’s celebrated productions for children.

08 May 2015 to 08 May 2015

La Bohème at The Marlowe TheatreFri 8 May 2015English Touring Opera present one of the best-loved of all operas.

09 May 2015 to 09 May 2015

The Demon Barbers - Disco At The Tavern Tour at Gulbenkian TheatreSat 9 May 2015Renowned for their no holds barred approach to their live shows The Demon Barbers return to the concert stage with a new repertoire, extra band members and a modern twist to their multi-award winning Roadshow.

09 May 2015 to 09 May 2015

The Siege Of Calais at The Marlowe TheatreSat 9 May 2015English Touring Opera present one of its best kept secrets.

09 May 2015 to 09 May 2015

WhitLit Writers Day at The Whitstable Castle and GardensSat 9 May 2015A day of discussions and workshops, featuring writers, editors, agents and publishers.

10 May 2015 to 10 May 2015

Bee Day at WildwoodSun 10 May 2015Meet Wildwood's bee keeper John Holmes as he checks the bees that make our honey and then make fun bee crafts.

10 May 2015 to 10 May 2015

Berliner Philharmoniker (live) at Gulbenkian CinemaSun 10 May 2015Conductor Mariss Jansons presents a colourful programme of music by Bartók, Ravel and Shostakovich's Second Violin Concerto with Frank Peter Zimmermann as the soloist.

12 May 2015 to 12 May 2015

Linda Smith Lecture - Mark Thomas at Gulbenkian TheatreTue 12 May 2015The first annual Linda Smith lecture will be given by Mark Thomas, a friend and colleague of Linda and one of the most exciting and innovative political comedians working today.

12 May 2015 to 12 May 2015

WhitLit Launch Evening at The Duke of CumberlandTue 12 May 2015Starta Magna Carta Thearta with Graham Clarke & Friends. Celebrate the launch of WhitLit 2015 with Graham Clarke, renowned illustrator, historian, poet, raconteur, musician and Kent Ambassador.

13 May 2015 to 13 May 2015

Telling it like it was; Coal mining in Kent at Whitstable LibraryWed 13 May 2015Telling it like it was; Coal mining in Kent – Keith Owen, Ross Llewellyn & Sarah Brinicombe

14 May 2015 to 14 May 2015

WhitLit: Poems About the Sea with Maggie Butt at The Old NeptuneThu 14 May 2015Dr Maggie Butt hosts readings from ‘Running Before the Wind’, an anthology of contemporary poems edited by joy Howard, covering every aspect of our relationship with the unbiddable two-thirds of our planet.

14 May 2015 to 14 May 2015

WhitLit: David Nicholls at The Community College WhitstableThu 14 May 2015WhitLit is thrilled to welcome UK Author of the Year David Nicholls to discuss with writer Andrew McGuinness his critically acclaimed new novel ‘Us’.

14 May 2015 to 14 May 2015

WhitLit: Hate - Alan Gibbons at The Community College WhitstableThu 14 May 2015Eve knows him.When a newcomer arrives in her school, she knows his name. It brings back memories of the terrible night her sister died. This is the beginning of Alan Gibbons’ new novel Hate.

14 May 2015 to 14 May 2015

NT Live - Man and Superman at Gulbenkian CinemaThu 14 May 2015Ralph Finnes plays Jack Tanner in this exhilarating reinvention of Shaw's witty, provocative classic.

15 May 2015 to 15 May 2015

At the Villa Mauresque starring Tony Smee at Horsebridge Arts and Community CentreFri 15 May 2015Following the sell-out success of last year’s one man play ‘Mr Maugham at Home’, actor Anthony Smee returns to WhitLit to reprise his acclaimed role as Maugham in this rehearsed reading of Anthony Curtis’s final full length play.

17 April 2015 to 16 May 2015

Cedric Christie: Massive Retrospective - Up To Now at Sidney Cooper GalleryFri 17 Apr - Sat 16 May 2015Cedric Christie’s work explores a broad range of cultural and art historical references, often using humour and irony as subtle vehicles of communication.

16 May 2015 to 16 May 2015

Earth Meets Sky at Colyer-Fergusson BuildingSat 16 May 2015Earth Meets Sky is a choral collaboration between some of Kent's amazing community choirs and singer / composer Juliet Russell.

17 May 2015 to 17 May 2015

Midge Ure and India Electric Co - Breathe Again at Gulbenkian TheatreSun 17 May 2015After the successful reformation of Ultravox in 2009, Midge feels it's time to revisit his Celtic roots, and will perform Breathe in its entirety for the first time in 2015.

09 May 2015 to 17 May 2015

WhitLit 2015 at WhitstableSat 9 - Sun 17 May 2015Welcome to the second WhitLit. This year our programme has more than doubled in size and we are delighted to present events running simultaneously at the Horsebridge Centre and the Whitstable Library.

17 May 2015 to 17 May 2015

Springtime in a Canterbury WoodSun 17 May 2015Discover the delights of flowering plants, nectar seeking insects and family-focused birds. Learn how the woodland is mangaed to benefit the rich flora and fauna.

15 May 2015 to 17 May 2015

Lady Mayoress Charity Cycle Ride at CanterburyFri 15 - Sun 17 May 2015The annual Lady Mayoress Charity Cycle Ride is taking place over the weekend of the 15 - 17 May 2015. Forty four cyclists of all abilities will cycle around 205 miles from Calais to Amsterdam.

18 May 2015 to 18 May 2015

Norsesome at Gulbenkian TheatreMon 18 May 2015Temple Theatre present all the greatest Viking myths packed into one unforgettable hour.

11 May 2015 to 23 May 2015

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time at The Marlowe TheatreMon 11 - Sat 23 May 2015Winner of seven 2013 Olivier Awards, this highly-acclaimed National Theatre production comes to Canterbury.

02 April 2015 to 31 May 2015

Letting in the Light: Ben Sands, a retrospective at The Beaney House of Art & KnowledgeThu 2 Apr - Sun 31 May 2015Special exhibition exploring the wonderful and distinctive work of East Kent printmaker Ben Sands and his Shoestring Press.

18 May 2015 to 23 August 2015

The Ancestors at Canterbury CathedralMon 18 May - Sun 23 Aug 2015Come and meet the Ancestors Canterbury Cathedral is preparing to exhibit some of its earliest and most important surviving stained glass.

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