Maidstone town centre does not close at 6pm but metamorphosis’s to become the best destination in Kent to go out in the evening.
Maidstone nightlife provides an extensive choice of nightclubs, bars, restaurants, music, theatre, comedy, cinema and sport.
Fun can be had for all ages in this lively location and whatever your interests.
Family restaurants and entertainment start from the early evening and develop as the night turns into the small hours of the morning.
If you are looking for great entertainment, the Lockmeadow complex offers several restaurants, the Hollywood Bowl bowling alley, the Odeon eight screen multiplex cinema showing a variety of films throughout the day and into the evening and nightclubs.
The recently refurbished Hazlitt Theatre is a great place to enjoy the popular comedy nights, drama, dance and musicals.
At Christmas time the pantomime is popular but throughout the year there are wonderful opportunities to see major productions such as the Vienna Festival Ballet, well known bands, top comedians and also some community theatre.
Close to the Hazlitt Theatre in Earl Street are a number of great restaurants, perfect for a pre or post theatre dinner.
Café Rouge, Wagamama’s, Pizza Express with its music lounge and Wildwood are all within a few steps of the theatre.
Maidstone nightlife includes a wide and traditional and contemporary music scene which is worth checking out.
Clubs such as Rafters offer live music and classical music tastes are also well catered for and quick look through the events listing will enable you to find out what is on locally.
A number of hotels offer exceptionally good events and you can either buy a package with accommodation or simply buy event tickets, these include bands, music and dancing, murder mystery nights and a host of other interesting opportunities.
Whether you're after a few quiet drinks, or a night of Maidstone nightlife clubbing, there are pubs, bars and clubs to suit all tastes.