The Gin Society is bringing its festival to Kent for the first time. There will be some 120 gins on offer at the gin experience when it comes to Canterbury in April. There will be a tasting station where visitors can try new flavours, and a prosecco cocktail bar where you can choose from a range of prosecco cocktails featuring fruit flavoured gins. There will also be live music at the two-day event, with DJs playing vintages sounds.
It was an extraordinary tale of ordinary ladies. Gary Barlow's musical of Calendar Girls is coming to two theatres in the county this year. The Take That star has joined forces with Tim Firth for the show, based on a true story of a group of ordinary ladies who achieved something extraordinary. Television presenter Fern Britton heads the cast with actresses including Coronation Street's Denise Welch and Ruth Madoc of Hi-de-Hi stripping off for their roles.
If Dry January is preventing you from raising a glass to Robert Burns, there’s good news, as one Kent chef has come up with something better than a mocktail – a super cocktail. Mark Sargeant of Rocksalt in Folkestone and the Duke William in Ickham has teamed up with Tetley Super Teas and Super Squash Smocktails for some super-charged sipping. Using a range of Super Fruits, Super Green Teas and Tetley’s Super Squash, the smocktails are also super healthy and a full of vitamins.
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Selecting a term
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