Monthly Archives: March 2012
Lincoln band The Red are just days away from competing in one of the UK’s biggest talent competitions. Samantha Coombes caught up with them to find out more.
Michael McIntyre will be treating Lincoln audiences to a preview of his new material as he comes to the city for a few warm up shows.
In January 2012, fashion student Ruth Parker was named second runner up for a national style writing competition – but as well as this, Ruth has been working alongside Topshop to produce her very own spring wardrobe essential.
Bryony Kimmings brought her drinking experiment to Lincoln’s Performing Arts Centre. David Wriglesworth went along.
Queen tribute act They Will Rock You proved to be a great night out when they came to the Theatre Royal. Helen Underwood went to see the show.
The second Lincoln Shorts took place at Lincoln’s Drill Hall on Wednesday, March 7th. David Wriglesworth went along.
And the results are in: Jennine Fox is the new SU president, and find out who else is in charge of your students’ union for 2012-13.
Local film festival Lincoln Shorts will showcase work from students at the University of Lincoln. The Linc spoke to organiser Tim Johns about the event.
Jonathan Holmes, liberation officer at Lincoln SU from 2010 to 11, gives his perspective and advice to the candidates running in the elections.
Sam Harrison may only be 21 years old, but he has achieved so much in that time. He spoke to The Linc about his album launch, working with other local musicians and the car crash that almost ruined his career.