Author Archives: Ashleigh Gray

A shining murder mystery in the ‘Inside Job’

A murder mystery in the sun as two “Emmerdale” stars feature in a tale of robbery, deceit, and female persuasion at the Lincoln Theatre Royal.

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Ellie Goulding to play the Engine Shed

After shooting to fame this year, Ellie Goulding has announced her biggest headline tour to date which includes a gig at the Engine Shed.

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Oscar Wilde’s wit to showcase in Lincoln

Love, marriage, and secret identities: It’s Oscar Wilde at his finest and controversial self as “The Importance of Being Earnest” comes to Lincoln.

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‘SUS’ shocks Lincoln in to facing up to racist cruelty

Racism, injustice, and downright bigotry: “SUS” stunned the LPAC audience when it played Lincoln this week, confronting them with some disturbing truths.

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‘Institutionalised racism’ under scrutiny in ‘SUS’

It’s 1979, the Sus laws are in full swing, and the Iron Lady is about to become PM. Barrie Keeffe talks about his play “SUS” which showcases at the LPAC this week.

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Pinter’s pauses and humour prevail

Pinter perfection in the form of “The Caretaker” came to Lincoln on Tuesday, April 20th, and proved why the playwright should go down with the greats.

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Plan B plots to play the Engine Shed

His latest album shot to the top of the album charts this week, and now singer and rapper Plan B has announced that he play the Engine Shed this October as part of his UK tour.

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Pinter’s ‘The Caretaker’ to play the LPAC

The London Classic Theatre company will showcase Harold Pinter’s work on April 20th and 21st, when they perform “The Caretaker” at the LPAC.

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4Front’s ‘Double Bill’ was both hit and miss

Lincoln-based theatre group, 4Front Performance Company, made their return to The Drill Hall stage with “Double Bill” on Thursday, April 15th. Ashleigh Gray reviews the evening that sparked two very different reactions.

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Sherlock Holmes faced crime and creator in original adaptation

It was Sherlock Holmes as we know and adore him, but with a major twist. Ashleigh Gray reviews “Sherlock Holmes…the Death and Life” which played the LPAC on Wednesday, April 14th.

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