The Southeast

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  • 1. Dickensian Christmas Festival


    Rochester sponsors a Dickensian Christmas Festival on the first weekend in December. Thousands of people in period dress participate in reenactments...Read More

  • 2. Glyndebourne Opera House


    Nestled beneath the Downs, this world-famous opera house combines first-class productions, a state-of-the-art auditorium, and a beautiful setting...Read More

  • 3. Arundel Festival


    The popular Arundel Festival presents dramatic productions, classical and pop concerts, and a few more locally centered fun and games, such...Read More

  • 4. Brighton Dome

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    West of the Royal Pavilion, the Brighton Dome was converted from the Prince Regent's stables in the 1930s. It includes a theater and a concert...Read More

  • 5. Brighton Festival


    The three-week-long Brighton Festival, one of England's biggest and liveliest arts festivals, takes place every May in venues around Brighton...Read More

  • 6. Canterbury Festival


    The two-week-long Canterbury Festival fills the town with music, dance, theater, and other cultural events every October. ...Read More

  • 7. Chichester Festival Theatre


    The modernist Chichester Festival Theatre presents classics and modern plays from May through September and is a venue for touring companies...Read More

  • 8. Dickens Festival


    For a week every June, Broadstairs is taken over by a sea of people in Victorian costume, as the town hosts its annual Dickens Festival—a tradition...Read More

  • 9. Duke of York's Picture House


    The elegant 1910 Duke of York's Picture House, a 10-minute walk north of the main train station, shows art-house movies. ...Read More

  • 10. Gulbenkian Theatre


    Outside the town center, the Gulbenkian Theatre mounts all kinds of plays, particularly experimental works, and is a venue for dance performances...Read More

  • 11. The Marlowe Theatre


    Check out this excellent performance space for theater, music, dance, and comedy. It is also a venue for popular touring shows. ...Read More

  • 12. Theatre Royal


    Close to the Royal Pavilion, the Theatre Royal has a gem of an auditorium that's a favorite venue for shows on their way to or fresh from London...Read More

  • 13. Yvonne Arnaud Theatre


    This horseshoe-shape theater on an island in the River Wey frequently previews West End productions. The smaller Mill Studio showcases more...Read More

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