Author Archives: Samantha Viner

Lincoln’s busking boom

Buskers come in all shapes and sizes, anything from a student with a guitar, an eccentric man with a recorder or even a five piece rock ‘n roll band.

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Bowling for Soup will ‘always be the happy guys’

Bowling For Soup are playing the Engine Shed on April 10th, here’s your chance to get your hands on some free tickets!

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Ms Dynamite to explode in Lincoln

The R ‘n’ B star Ms Dynamite will be perfoming live in Lincoln this Good Friday with support from Jay Decibel and Urchins.

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‘Shake a Tail Feather’ with the Blues Brothers

The ‘biggest Blues Brothers show in the world’ will be hitting the Theatre Royal next week. Director and star Brad Henshaw speaks about the show.

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Stand up with the Comedy Society

The Official Comedy Society will be making their debut with a standup show on Thursday evening at the Tower Bar.

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Bowling For Soup announce acoustic Engine Shed date

Jaret and Erik will be performing an acoustic set of Bowling For Soup favourites at the Engine Shed next April.

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Bellowhead blow away the Drill Hall

The award winning Bellowhead performed to a sell out crowd at the Drill Hall with their unique take on contemporary folk. Samantha Viner was there.

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‘Don’t Happy, Be Worry’ with Jon Richardson

Jon Richardson visited Lincoln with his stand up show “Don’t Happy, Be Worry” so how did the show go down with the local crowd?

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Eight out of tent for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

The latest Harry Potter instalment has been released, but is it worth the hype and wait? Samantha Viner reviews the film.

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Sandi Thom: ‘The rise is pretty quick but you fall just as fast’

She shot to fame four years ago with her dreams of becoming a punkrocker being broadcast from her Tooting flat, since then she has released another two albums and started her own label. What’s next for Sandi Thom?

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