What’s on in Kent in January

PUBLISHED: 11:23 08 January 2019

A tribute to George Michael is at The Orchard Theatre, Dartford

A tribute to George Michael is at The Orchard Theatre, Dartford

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Our selection of top events and diary dates for this month in Kent

Music

• ‘Little Mix’ (12 Jan)

Join The Little Mix Experience for a jam-packed concert of one of the X-Factor’s finest exports. Four talented girls pay tribute to one of the UK’s finest girl bands, with great dance moves, replica costumes and some of the best vocals in the UK.

Tickets: £12.25 to £16.25. 0844 871 3015. Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone

• Let Me Entertain You (25 Jan)

JK returns as Robbie Williams, along with his magnificent stage show, Let Me Entertain You.

Tickets: £23 to £27. 0844 871 3015. Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone

• Dvořák Celebrated (27 Jan)

Join Kenneth Woods and the English Symphony Orchestra for a celebration of arguably the greatest of all Czech composers.

Tickets: From £12. 01892 530613. Assembly Hall, Tunbridge Wells

• Frankly Sinatra (29 Jan)

Featuring the swing, swagger and velvet vocals of Frank Sinatra in concert, enjoy a not-to-be-missed evening with world-renowned vocalist Stephen Triffitt.

Tickets: £30. 01322 220000. Orchard Theatre, Dartford

Theatre

• Ghost – The Musical (8 to 12 Jan)

Walking back to their apartment late one night, a tragic encounter sees Sam murdered and his beloved girlfriend Molly alone, in despair and utterly lost. But with the help of Oda Mae Brown, a phony storefront psychic, Sam, trapped between this world and the next, tries to communicate with Molly in the hope of saving her from grave danger.

Tickets: £22 to £45. 020 3285 6000 . Churchill Theatre, Bromley

• Bremner & Ravens (23 Jan)

Following their Edinburgh Fringe show, Rory Bremner and Jan Ravens are touring the UK. She’s Merkel to his Trump. He’s Boris to her Theresa. Two of Britain’s finest impressionists try to make sense (and nonsense) of a world where Boris Johnson is Foreign Secretary, Donald Trump is US President, and Brexit means Brexit.

Tickets: Contact venue. 01892 678678. Trinity Theatre, Tun Wells

• House on Cold Hill (23 to 26 Jan)

BAFTA-nominated actor Joe McFadden stars as Ollie Harcourt, husband to Caro and father to Jade, whose new dream home turns into the stuff of nightmares, as they begin to sense they aren’t the only residents at Cold Hill.

01322 220000. The Orchard Theatre, Dartford

• Comedy Nights (25 Jan)

Three of the circuit’s best comedians in an intimate studio space; Addy van der Burgh headlines.

EMF Studio, EMF Theatre Tickets: £13 01732 304241. Tonbridge

Out & about

• New Inspiration (12 Jan)

Come along to Neptune for complimentary consultations with specialist designers to learn more about some of the kitchen promotions on offer, as well as create mood boards and plans for all your 2019 home projects.

Tickets: Free. 01227 209300. Neptune Canterbury

• Weddings at Hever (20 Jan)

Hever Castle is hosting a Wedding Showcase so you can experience the stunning venue set up for a wedding. Be it the stately grandeur of the Castle itself, the country house atmosphere of the Astor Wing, or the stunning lakeside location of the Guthrie Pavilion, it is a dream-come-true location for your special day.

Tickets: www.hevercastle.co.uk/weddings. Hever Castle, Edenbridge

• An Instinct for Kindness (23 Jan)

An award-winning, one-man show by Chris Larner. In November 2010, Chris accompanied his chronically ill ex-wife to Dignitas in Switzerland. He returned home with an empty wheelchair and a compelling story to tell.

Tickets: £15; £13 (concs). 01732 304241. EMF Studio, EMF Theatre. Tonbridge

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