This year’s Cantebury Festival runs from the 15th-29th October. It is the cultural event of the year for the city and thousands of visitors flock here to attend music, drama and literature events.
The Canterbury Festival coincides with the opening of the new Marlowe Theatre, a state-of-the-art theatre that is equipped to showcase international plays and events. So 2011 truly cements Canterbury’s place on the cultural map of Kent and South East England.
In fact the whole of East Kent is fast becoming renowned for culture and the arts, with the Turner Contemporary also opening in Margate earlier this year. It is therefore a great region for visitors and popular with those who want to learn English.
Many Europeans visit Canterbury on holiday so when they are looking for a place to improve their English skills, then Canterbury is the natural choice. The city is also popular with Japanese, Chinese and American students and welcomes people from all over the world.
Concorde International have been established in Canterbury for nearly forty years, so we are one of the longest running and trusted language schools in the city. We offer a range of great English Language courses for beginners through to more advanced learners.
As part of our commitment to our students, whilst they are studying with us we also ensure they enjoy everything Canterbury and the surrounding area has to offer.
They can explore the medieval streets of Canterbury, visit the Cathedral and do some shopping. We also take our students on trips to the seaside and to areas of interest in Kent.
So Canterbury really is the place visit if you enjoy culture, history and want to experience the best of what Britain has to offer whilst you learn English.
Explore our website for more information about Concorde International’s range of quality English courses and see you soon!