Alternate Shadows Theatre Group Proudly Present An Original Murder Mystery Adventure at the iconic Eastgate House.
Saturday, 6 October Various times from 7.30pm. Tickets £8 available here.
What caused Explorer and Treasure Hunter Cedric Cuthbert to die of fright?
On the night of a full moon, Cedric awoke the household with a blood curdling scream. By the time the Butler had broken down the locked study door, Cedric was dead, a look of sheer terror on his frozen face and notably, the cursed emeralds from the tomb of a Peruvian Tribal King are nowhere to be found.
Mysterious goings on indeed!
Come along and join in a promenade theatrical experience and help the detective solve this puzzling case.
The adventure takes 50 minutes and there are four time slots available – see ticket page for details.
Fun and activities for all ages inspired by Sir Terry Pratchett’s Discworld.
Community Hub and High Street, Saturday, October 8. 10am-4pm
We were too far down the line to organise a tribute to STP last year, but were keen to keep his name and work alive. ‘The Turtle Moves’ is the call of Discworld fans across the Roundworld!
The background to our playwriting workshop is all too relevant to what’s happening all over the world, with the suffering of refugees bringing it home to us every day.
We are excited to announce that festival creative partner Sam Hall’s new full-length play, MY MIND IS FREE, comes to the Rochester Literature Festival on Sunday 11 October as part of a 20-venue tour of London and the Southeast, supported by Arts Council England.
We have decided that the site specific theatre event was not quite ready to run on the 4th October and have decided to postpone it.
In its place we will be running a Creative Retreat in the Bishop’s House and would like to invite writers, poets, artists and other creatives to join us. Bishopscourt is a wonderfully inspiring place offering all sorts of spaces to write, draw and collaborate. (No messy work though!)
A mad mix of the unusual and quirky is in order for the finale for this year’s festival.
It was Lady Caroline Lamb who gave Byron the lasting epitaph of Mad, Bad & Dangerous to Know, and we know our line up for this final event will not disappoint.
17Percent presents an evening of new plays for the Rochester Literature Festival.
EMMA DEWHURST, editor of WOW magazine, reviews ‘TO SIR WITH LOVE’, starring Matthew Kelly and RSC actor Ansu Kabia, at the Orchard Theatre Dartford until Saturday 30th November.
The Company, in association with the Steyning Festival, is looking for 6 unperformed plays (maximum length 45 mins) from playwrights in the South East (incl London) for The Steyning Festival Theatre Trails.