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Playtime Theatre Company

Playtime Theatre Company was established in 1983 with the aim of taking innovative and imaginative professional theatre to children and young people in Kent. Since then we have grown to become one of the foremost children's theatre companies in the UK, touring both nationally and internationally. We produce between one and three plays per year and give in the region of 200 performances per year, principally in schools but also in theatres, art centres , youth clubs and at festivals. We have a particular interest in foreign touring and in 1993, began a reciprocal touring exchange programme with other children's theatre companies in Europe. To date, we have brought companies from Hungary, Czech Republic, Germany and Portugal to tour their work in Kent and have also collaborated on several international co-productions.. We also run weekly drama and dance workshops for children of all ages at The Horsebridge Arts Centre in Whitstable.

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Mr Stewart Ross

Author of all kinds of things, mostly books.

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SaveAs Writers' Group

The group holds regular workshops, literary and open mic evenings and runs an annual writing contest. New members welcome!

Sidney Cooper Gallery

The Sidney Cooper is a fantastic gallery space profiling high quality work rooted in a sense of tradition/the aesthetic. Staff and students from Canterbury Christ Church University, local and national artists exhibit throughout a varied yearly programme.

Snowdown Colliery Male Voice Choir

A Male Voice Choir of 40+ singers. Formed in 1929 by miners who had come to work in the new Kent coalfield, we now draw our members from all over S.E.Kent and from all walks of life. Based at Aylesham, we practice every week and sing 20 concerts a year, in S.E England, and on the near Continent.

South East Dance

South East Dance exists to make more dance happen within and beyond the South East region.

We support those who work in dance, encourage more people to participate in dance and we enable artists to create dance. South East Dance engages inspiring artists to generate exceptional dance experiences. We work to ensure a thriving ecology for dance and to enhance the conditions for more, bolder and better dance to take place regionally, nationally and internationally. Our aims are:

  • To increase access to dance
  • To increase participation in dance
  • To raise the profile of dance
  • To provide artistic and strategic leadership for dance
  • To encourage learning and workforce development in dance