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Dickensian Christmas Festival

An event in December in Kent
High Street and Castle
Rochester
Kent
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Event timing: First weekend of December
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Each year, the first weekend of December brings Victorian festivities to Rochester in the form of a Dickensian Christmas, where you can experience street entertainment, readings, song and dance. You’ll be captivated by Dickens’ characters as you explore the literary journey that was the great writer’s life. Each day there are parades through Rochester and the magnificent surroundings of Rochester Cathedral and Castle and guaranteed snowfall create a charming scene.
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