find out what's on in Chatham DURING your stay...
VALOUR, LOSS & SACRIFICE: CHATHAM, THE ROYAL NAVY AND THE WAR AT SEA
From 26th July until 30th November
This is an unforgettable exhibition commemorating the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War. The exhibition is run in partnership with BBC South East and BBC Radio Kent and forms part of the First World War Centenary led by Imperial War Museums and the BBC’s World War One at Home. View previously unseen items from The Historic Dockyard Chatham's own collection and learn about the ordeals suffered during 'The Great War'.
Summer School Holiday Fun - Pirate play Days at Chatham's Historic Dockyard
Join our shipwrecked pirates for fun filled family activities including an inflatable obstacle course, musical storytelling, arts and craft activities and sand-pit treasure hunt.
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Step back in time at Rochester Castle
6th & 7th September
If you’ve ever stood in the gardens at Rochester Castle and wondered how the scene might have looked back in the middle ages, you can find out at Medieval Merriment.
The infamous Saulte to the 40's event at Chatham's Historic Dockyard
20th & 21st September
Now recognised as one of 'Britain's Best Vintage Festivals' (Daily Telegraph 2014), click on the pictures above to see why thousands of fans will be making their way to The Historic Dockyard Chatham, this September!
Marty Wilde's Rock N Roll Party featuring Eden Kane & John Leyton with the Wildcats
Sunday 16th November
Original ‘dreamboats’, Marty Wilde, Eden Kane and, John Leyton join forces with the Wildcats and Nancy Ann Lee in Marty Wilde’s ROCK N ROLL PARTY.
Looking for a show or a great evening out whilst at the Hotel?
Check out one of two great local night spots:
Chatham Central Theatre - http://tickets.medway.gov.uk/
The Britannia Theatre at Dickens World - http://www.thebritanniakent.com/