Looking for something to do? Look no further. Head on down to the Canterbury Festival, Kent’s International Arts Festival and one of the most important cultural events in the South East of England. Running from the 18th of October until the 1st November there is no excuse not to make the most of it.
Every year the festival features around 200 events evolving around music, theatre, dance, comedy, science, exhibitions, walks and talks. There is sure to be something of interest to you and your friends. It is such a great event that it attracts an audience of 70,000 people of all ages from all over Kent and the South East every year. As part of the festival, there is the Canterbury FringeFestival, offering a number of entertainers and comedians sure to entertain you as the weather gets colder.
Do not worry about how to get there, Canterbury has great transport links with two train stations, several bus routes and its own park and ride, ensuring that you are able to get the most out of the festival without any hassle.
To find out more about the Canterbury Festival go to their website, www.canterburyfestival.co.uk, it contains a full programme of all the events running and has lots of helpful tips so you can make the most of your time at the festival.