5 things to do in Kent this weekend
PUBLISHED: 13:00 19 November 2019 | UPDATED: 13:00 19 November 2019
ben & kristen bryant
If you're wondering what's on this weekend in Kent, we have picked five exciting events that we're sure you'll love!
- Canterbury Festival 2019 (until 2 Nov)
Canterbury's celebration of the arts brings together a programme packed with global stars, emerging local talent and live performances. With venues including Canterbury Cathedral, The Marlowe, Kent College's newly built Great Hall and the touring Salon Perdu Spiegeltent, Canterbury's most ambitious festival invites audiences to be inspired and delighted.
- Folkestone Book Festival (until 24 Nov)
This year's Folkestone festival, 'The Shape of Things To Come', is curated by Liam Browne and Sean Doran and channels the spirit of author HG Wells, who lived and wrote in Folkestone. Includes Ben Okri, Caroline Lucas and Adrian Dunbar.
- Leeds Castle Christmas Market (weekends from 23 Nov to 15 Dec)
'Visit the Christmas Market on the Cedar Lawn overlooking the Castle to discover a splendid array of seasonal gifts, toys, festive decorations, specialist food and drink.'
Tickets included in price of castle admission. Leeds Castle, Maidstone ME17 1PL
- Rochester Vegan Festival (Sun 24 Nov)
'Come along to the Rochester Vegan Christmas Market and get all of your festive requirements. Vegan food and product stalls, charities, information and more.'
Entry £3, under 16s free
- Christmas on the Home Front - WWII Experience at Kent Life farm (23 & 24 Nov)
"Step back into yesteryear and re-live the festive season in the 1940's. Take in the sights, sounds and smells of 'Christmas on the Home Front'."
Kent Life, Lock Lane, Sandling, Maidstone ME14 3AU