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Gallant knights and fair maidens will roam the castle gardens at Medieval Merriment, a free family event taking place at Rochester Castle Gardens during the weekend of Saturday 1 to Sunday 2 September.

The gardens will be transformed into a medieval encampment with a whole array of themed activities, including re-enactments, cooking demonstrations, have-a-go archery, stalls, traders and living history displays.
New features for this year’s event include a medieval fashion show depicting changes in dress through the years, and there’s even the chance to have a personal meeting with the King himself between 12noon and 3pm each day in the castle keep. More

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….TO KENT WITH THE COMPLETE CANTERBURY TALES The Pantaloons open-air theatre company are touring the country this summer with their ambitious and hilarious new complete version of Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales. The travellers have taken a slight detour on their pilgrimage to visit some of the most stunning venues in the Kent. More

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