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The GulbenkianKing's HallLocated on the Canterbury campus ofthe University of Kent, the Gulbenkianis open to everyone. The theatrepresents comedy, drama, dance andmusic events. The cinema screensblockbusters, independent and foreignlanguage movies. The lively café barserves up the best food and coffee oncampus. Tel: 01227 769 075Web: www.thegulbenkian.co.ukPlayhouse TheatreThe Playhouse Theatre is situated in theheart of Whitstable and is owned andoperated by the Lindley Players. As wellas being the venue for all of the LindleyPlayers productions the theatre is usedby many local groups, musicians andacts, both amateur and professional. Box office open 10-12 am Monday to Saturday.Tel: 01227 272 042Web: www.playhousewhitstable.co.ukThe King's Hall hosts an extensiverange of events and shows throughoutthe year; there's something foreveryone. There is also a communityarts gallery which hosts a wide range ofdisplays throughout the year and a caféproviding refreshments and lightsnacks. The King's Hall is ofarchitectural interest with its originalEdwardian features and idyllic seafrontviews.Tel: 01227 374 188Web: www.kingshalltheatre.comThe Marlowe Theatre20www.canterbury.co.ukThe Marlowe Theatre is an astonishingnew theatre, bringing you the best ofeverything. From touring West Endmusicals, to world-class opera and fromcritically acclaimed drama to the beststand up comics in the country - TheMarlowe Theatre has something foreveryone. As well as a 1200 seat mainauditorium, the new 150 seat MarloweStudio offers experiences that willentertain and inspire, with a range ofcomedy nights, music gigs andappearances from the world's mostinnovative theatre companies.Tel: 01227 787 787Web: www.marlowetheatre.comArts and Culture

A charming open air theatre set within 14acres of beautiful grounds at Strode Park inthe picturesque village of Herne, locatedbetween Herne Bay and Canterbury. Thetheatre has seating capacity for 300 peopleand has been purpose built to offer totalaccess for people with disabilities. Ourfacilities include picnic area, free parkingand licensed bar selling real ale. There isalso hot food available at most performances.This is an ideal family venue and groupbookings are welcome with discountsavailable for groups of 10 or more.Tel: 01227 373 292Web:www.strodepark.org.ukSidney Cooper GalleryThe Sidney Cooper Gallery is acontemporary art gallery that puts onapproximately 10 exhibitions per year. It is part of Canterbury Christ ChurchUniversity. Its programme includesartists of repute, locally, nationally andinternationally.Tel: 01227 453 267Web: www.canterbury.ac.uk/sidney-cooperEmail: gallery@canterbury.ac.ukHorsebridge ArtsLilford GalleryFine art gallery showing contemporaryfine art from national and internationalartists.Tel: 01227 766 616Web: www.lilfordgallery.comEmail: mail@lilfordgallery.comSituated in the historic heart ofWhitstable there is something foreveryone. The award-winning buildinghas three floors under a striking copperdomed roof and contains two artgalleries, a function room, performancespace, café, learning centre and avariety of meeting rooms and workshopspaces, many with spectacular views.Tel: 01227 281 174Web: www.horsebridge-centre.org.ukEmail: info@horsebridge-centre.org.ukTheatre in the Parkwww.canterbury.co.uk21Arts and Culture