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Dickens Festival

An event in May in Kent
Rochester
Kent
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Event timing: Late May or early June
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The Dickens Festival's unique combination of music, dance, drama and street theatre has rightly earned it a place in the south-east tourism calendar as one of the key events of the summer.

For more information contact 01634 843666 or by email: visitor.centre@medway.gov.uk.

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