Author Archives: Rebecca Caroline
Prepare to fall in love with Zac Efron as he stars in The Lucky One, adapted from Nicholas Sparks’ 2008 novel.
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.
Unseen amateur film footage of life in Lincolnshire from the 1930s to the 1970s is going to be made into a film that will become a part of a live cinematic experience at Lincoln’s Performing Arts Centre on Thursday, March 8th.
After starring as house band in Hollyoaks, Daytona Lights are moving on to bigger and better things. Rebecca Caroline caught up with the band to see what it was like to be in the soap.
All Time Low’s first gig at Sheffield’s O2 Academy proved to be a huge success. Rebecca Caroline went to see the show and spoke to guitarist Jack Barakat beforehand.
This year’s production of Cinderella at the Theatre Royal may not have out you in the festive spirit, but it did make you laugh far more than anything on TV at the moment.
The Circus of Horrors turned stomachs and made people gasp in horror as they proved why they became semi-finalists in this year’s Britain’s Got Talent at Lincoln’s Theatre Royal.
Chapterhouse Theatre Company will be putting on adaptations of Cranford at Christmas and A Christmas Carol to get people in the Christmas mood. Rebecca Caroline caught up with script writer Laura Turner to find out a little bit more.
Lincoln’s first digital culture festival will have events and exhibitions to appeal to a wide range of age ranges and a wide range of people and their experience of art.
Comedian Jack Dee has announced that he will be coming to Lincoln’s Performing Arts Centre later this year.