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Cinemas, theatres, shows, gigs, jazz and folk music for the Dargate area. Use these brilliant websites to find out what films, plays, concerts, gigs and shows are on in the Dargate area and around Kent. You can read the reviews and see maps of the locations.
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Overview of events in the Dargate area. Click 'More' for the detail

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Whats On around Dargate - cinema, theatre, live music, festivals, plays. The site lists films, plays, concerts, gigs and shows running or about to run around Kent.

Read the reviews and see the locations. Plan your night out on just one page! A brilliant site!

Cinemas around Dargate

The Royal Cinema

9 Market Pl, Faversham ME13 7AG, UK – 01795 591211

The Royal is a regal old bird. It's quite simply astonishing. The tickets are £5. Let that sink in. A fiver. You'd spend that in petrol just to get to the multiplex. Once inside you get a proper old fashioned experience with proper modern technology. The tickets are sold in a box office and they are the old raffle-ticket types: did I mention that they are only £5?. Then you move to the popcorn vendor. It's a quid. That's right, £1 for popcorn. How much is popcorn in the rip-off multiplex? Well you need a credit card to buy popcorn for your family in the multiplex, or a second mortgage. Then you go to the theatre. It's bigger than a blooming aircraft hanger!. The screen is huge! The screen seems bigger than some of the smaller screens in the multiplexes in Ashford. The seats are fine, possibly slightly less comfy than my arm chair at home, but absolutely fine. The sound is great, the visuals are excellent. There's even a curtain in front of the screen. And when you leave, the staff all line up, stand to attention and say "Good night, thank you for coming". Now that is astonishing: let that sink in: the staff actually thank you for coming and wish you good night. You just don't get that anywhere else. All this for a fiver. Well maybe £6 if you buy the popcorn. The only thing it lacks is a live piano. Well, I suppose it does not have 3D but really ... who really wants to see 3D? Use this cinema, it's local, it's astonishing value, the staff thank you for visiting and the experience is equivalent to the multiplex at bargain prices. On second thoughts, please don't and leave the seats empty for me.

One of only two surviving mock-Tudor cinemas in the UK this is the perfect escape from the modern cinema complex. From the minute you walk through the doors it feels like you are transported in time. I felt like a big kid again as I walked through to the main auditorium to be greeted by lovely old fashioned style cinema offering plenty of nostalgic charm. I was like a big kid again waiting for the curtains to pull back from the screen and the film to begin! The icing on the cake was the friendly staff at the exit thanking everyone for coming. With tickets only £5 each and popcorn and drink only £1 each it seems like the focus in this cinema is for people to enjoy a night at the movies rather than a chance to make mass profit. Usually only one main film showing each month but the regular Faversham Film Society nights has plenty to offer including more niche art house movies making sure everyone's tastes are covered. Please support this cinema there isnt many like it left!

Theatres for Dargate

The Arden Theatre

Leslie Smith Drive, Faversham ME13 8PW, UK – 01795 531334

Looks like they are putting on a great panto as advertised on the One Show on BBC1

Great little theatre , the panto was really good.

The Royal Cinema

9 Market Pl, Faversham ME13 7AG, UK – 01795 591211

The Royal is a regal old bird. It's quite simply astonishing. The tickets are £5. Let that sink in. A fiver. You'd spend that in petrol just to get to the multiplex. Once inside you get a proper old fashioned experience with proper modern technology. The tickets are sold in a box office and they are the old raffle-ticket types: did I mention that they are only £5?. Then you move to the popcorn vendor. It's a quid. That's right, £1 for popcorn. How much is popcorn in the rip-off multiplex? Well you need a credit card to buy popcorn for your family in the multiplex, or a second mortgage. Then you go to the theatre. It's bigger than a blooming aircraft hanger!. The screen is huge! The screen seems bigger than some of the smaller screens in the multiplexes in Ashford. The seats are fine, possibly slightly less comfy than my arm chair at home, but absolutely fine. The sound is great, the visuals are excellent. There's even a curtain in front of the screen. And when you leave, the staff all line up, stand to attention and say "Good night, thank you for coming". Now that is astonishing: let that sink in: the staff actually thank you for coming and wish you good night. You just don't get that anywhere else. All this for a fiver. Well maybe £6 if you buy the popcorn. The only thing it lacks is a live piano. Well, I suppose it does not have 3D but really ... who really wants to see 3D? Use this cinema, it's local, it's astonishing value, the staff thank you for visiting and the experience is equivalent to the multiplex at bargain prices. On second thoughts, please don't and leave the seats empty for me.

One of only two surviving mock-Tudor cinemas in the UK this is the perfect escape from the modern cinema complex. From the minute you walk through the doors it feels like you are transported in time. I felt like a big kid again as I walked through to the main auditorium to be greeted by lovely old fashioned style cinema offering plenty of nostalgic charm. I was like a big kid again waiting for the curtains to pull back from the screen and the film to begin! The icing on the cake was the friendly staff at the exit thanking everyone for coming. With tickets only £5 each and popcorn and drink only £1 each it seems like the focus in this cinema is for people to enjoy a night at the movies rather than a chance to make mass profit. Usually only one main film showing each month but the regular Faversham Film Society nights has plenty to offer including more niche art house movies making sure everyone's tastes are covered. Please support this cinema there isnt many like it left!

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Let the BBC give you some ideas for events around Kent.

UK Gig Guide - search for music events and gigs of all kinds near Dargate, or in Kent, or across the UK. Currently it has a large panel of adverts across the top of the site but preserver down the page and you will usually find what you need. You can also find various kinds of bands for weddings, etc.