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Aldo_ZilliThe nation’s favourite cookery show is coming to Medway. Ready Steady Cook Live is coming to The Central Theatre, Chatham on Tuesday, 26 November at 7.30pm.

Chefs taking part in the Medway show are Aldo Zilli – award-winning chef specialising in Italian and seafood dishes, and patron of a number of cafes, bars and restaurants – and Richard Phillips – who runs a number of restaurants in Kent.

Russell Grant will host the show, which will feature a live cook-off in the red and green kitchens, audiences will be asked to vote red tomato or green pepper for their favourite dish at the end of the timed challenge.

The stage version will also feature the famous quickie bag challenge while members of the audience will have opportunity to ask the chefs for cooking tips and get insider gossip on making the TV series.

The perfect show for food lovers, tickets are now on sale priced at £25 from http://www.medwayticketslive.co.uk or the box office on 01634 338338.

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Festival of Wildlife 2013 – Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve, Saturday 17th & Sunday 18th August, 10am – 4pm

This free family event, now in its 6th year, is the only annual event in Kent to celebrate the wonderful world of wildlife. Organised by Kent Wildlife Trust and centred in and around a splendid woodland and lakeside setting – the packed programme features bug hunting, guided walks and angling demonstrations. The ‘Best of Kent’ stalls will offer all manner of arts and crafts and tasty locally-sourced food products. More

On Tuesday October 30TH BBC Radio Kent is hosting a community debate so you can have your say on the future of aviation in the south east. A panel of experts will come together at the Cliffe Memorial Hall near Rochester. Doors open at 6pm. If you’d like to be in the audience, you can request tickets by emailing radio.kent@bbc.co.uk or by writing to BBC Radio Kent, The Great Hall, Mount Pleasant Road, Tunbridge Wells, TN1 1QQ. Admission is strictly by ticket only. Tickets are FREE but are limited to a maximum of 2 per person and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Some of Rochester’s most famous locations will feature in a new adaptation of Charles Dickens’unfinished last novel, Edwin Drood, to be screened on BBC2 this week.

Eastgate House, Minor Canon Row and Rochester Cathedral all feature in The Mystery of Edwin Drood, a two-part psychological thriller about a provincial choirmaster’s obsession with a 17-year-old girl and the lengths he will go to attain her. More

The weekend of the 5th December saw a huge amount of activity down at the RSPB Reserve around Cliffe Pools, More

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