The best photographs of Kentish wildlife are being showcased in The Barn Theatre at Smallhythe Place this spring. The exhibition is free to attend and celebrates the beauty and diversity of the county's wildlife.
Delve into the store for a peek of the delicate and lavish costumes once worn by Ellen Terry and her actor friends. With fascinating stories attached to each garment, costume tours are an opportunity to discover a rich theatrical history.
This award-winning dramatization of De Profundis, the letter Oscar Wilde wrote to his gay lover from prison, aptly comes to the Barn Theatre at Smallhythe Place fifty years after the partial decriminalization of homosexuality.
Shakespeare's famous play about two young lovers from feuding families. Love comes at a high price for Romeo and Juliet, whose rival relatives make their whirlwind romance fraught with banishment and bloodshed.
Every Wednesday from 26 July - 30 August there will be kids crafts in the garden. Each session will have a different theme, and there is an optional picnic lunch on offer to keep all the budding crafters fueled.