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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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Two of this year’s Rochester Castle Concerts have now completely sold out, so anyone looking forward to going along to the other two should book without delay.

Tickets are sold out for legendary rockers Status Quo, who will kick off this year’s More

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of their very first hit, enjoy the authoritative Beatles live concert show when it comes to Chatham. More

Young people can learn the art of circus skills at a circus school, which starts later this month.

The Brook Circus School with Dizzy O’Dare Presents is aimed at eight to 16 year olds and runs for 10 weeks from Friday, 28 September to Friday, 7 December from 6.30pm to 8pm (no class during half term) at the Brook Theatre, Chatham.
Young people can learn skills from professional performers using equipment such as juggling balls, hula hoops, tightwire, unicycles and diabolo. More

Billy Ocean will headline Soul Party at this year's Castle Concerts

Britain’s biggest black recording star Billy Ocean will headline the Soul Party at this year’s Rochester Castle Concerts, alongside 80s powerhouse singer Alexander O’Neal.

His instant feel good sound has earned him more than 30 million record sales worldwide, and this summer Billy is looking forward to seeing Medway audiences bopping to massive 70s and 80s hits like When the Going Gets Tough The Tough Get Going, Caribbean Queen, Love Really Hurts Without You and Suddenly.

“Getting up on stage with my band and entertaining the audience is what I love to do” he said, “So that is what gets me back up each time. I love to see the crowd sing along to songs that I wrote all those years ago – it shows that a good song will last no matter how old it is”. More

A tribute performance to the late, great Michael Jackson promises to be a real Thriller. More

One of the country’s top selling comedian’s is back in Medway. More

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