MON 12 - SUN 18 NOV
Victoria Genevieve Styling Event, One Warwick Park, Tues 13 Nov
You are invited to Victoria Genevieve’s styling event! Expect fab styling advice, wardrobe capsuling and detoxing tips. Get an insight into the new season and how to buy less but buy better with fashion brand, Born At Down. Including make-up tips from the Space NK ‘Pro Team’. Tickets are on sale include a glass of prosecco or mocktail on arrival and a goodie bag!
Tickets on sale at One Warwick Park, call 01892 520587.
Wealden Times Midwinter Fair, The Hop Farm, 15 – 17 Nov
Set in a tented village at the Hop Farm in Paddock Wood, The Midwinter Fair will be showcasing over 220 exhibitors for three days at the end of November. There is no lovelier way to shop for original, handmade and desirable Christmas gifts than by browsing amongst the seven heated, joined-up marquees. Small producers and artisans will be showcasing food, fashion, antique and contemporary home and garden ware plus children’s toys and clothes. When it’s time for a rest, the Street Food Cafe will be serving delicious snacks and meals from vintage vans, whilst tea and cake will be on tap in the Cafe Bakery. So, invite your friends and family and make a day of it!
A new stand up show from multi-award winning comedian Marcus Brigstocke. As we divide each other up into more and more unpleasant categories of evil, it is time to establish, once and for all, what is good and what is bad. Who better to arbitrate in these challenging divisive times than Lucifer himself? Marcus Brigstocke is a master of satirical comedy with an impressive list of TV credits including Live At The Apollo, Have I Got News For You, Mock The Week and many more. Described as “…charming, hilarious and utterly refreshing… don’t miss this incredible show” from the Sunday Mirror and “sharpest one-liner merchant” from the Sunday Times. Showing at 8pm at The Brook Theatre in Chatham, tickets are only £16 each.
Zombiedan Popculture Art Show, Gallery Seventeen, Beckenham, Sat 17 Nov
Entirely consumed by the capital’s encompassing and enrapturing urban and street art scene as a child in the 1990’s, and as an active witness of the golden era of British street art – Zombiedan is one of the most intoxicating and captivating new names in British art. Runs 12-3pm.
Hastings Herring Fair, The Stade Open Space, Hastings, Sat 17 Nov – Sun 18 Nov
Fish Festivals have become a real highlight in the Hastings’ event calendar. So if you love fish, seafood and wine and, want to celebrate the town’s thriving fishing industry, then you’d best get yourself down to one of these at the Stade Open Space. 11am- 4pm, free of charge.
Christmas Grotto, Brookside Garden Centre, 17 Nov – 23 Dec
Brookside is proud to announce the return of their multi-award winning Christmas grotto. Opening November 2018, and loved by children and adults alike, take a magical walk through winding paths full of bright twinkle lights and hidden surprises, leading you to meet Santa in his Finnish hut in the Magical Forest. Afterwards you can head into the Christmas shop, browse through a selection of gift ideas and don’t forget to see their award-winning Christmas Display. With only a few tickets left available to visit Santa this year, don’t miss out…
Roast & Rambles, Penshurst Place, Sun 18 Nov
Enjoy a delicious Sunday Carvery in the Garden Restaurant and have the opportunity to see and learn about the House and Gardens of Penshurst Place when they’re closed to the public, in a special selection of talks and dining experiences. For a three-course adult meal it’s only £21.50 and for children it’s only £9.50. On the 18th of November the theme will be ‘Penshurst in Film’, arrive at 12:30pm for a 1pm start.