By Alex Johnson The glam rock gods owned Engine Shed on Wednesday. Ten years on from their explosive debut album Permission to Land, it’s as though The Darkness are a nostalgia band twenty years too early.
Written by Joel Loynds I’m not going to lie and say I was confident in the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who. Headwriter, Steven Moffat’s plots had become as intricate as the interior of the TARDIS itself and required your own little man on the side to explain it all.
Written by Philip Wilson-Smith. Two University of Lincoln graduates have had their research accepted in to the 2013 ACE conference.
Spooky Tale by Dan Featherstone. I’ve always had a fascination with the supernatural. After spending many mornings of my childhood reading Mystic Meg’s column out at the breakfast table, I’ve always considered that I might have a natural flare for understanding the spiritual world.
Interview by Jo Peplow-Revell. Since forming in 2004, Yorkshire born band The Pigeon Detectives have gone from strength to strength.
Written by Angeline McCall. This Sunday the Frequency Festival will continue with an ample amount of festivities throughout the day to entertain anyone in Lincolnshire. All the vibrant colours, performances, and installations will continue the theme “Revolution”.
The second bi-annual Frequency Festival took off in Lincoln last night. This year, the festival aims to show audiences how technology affects the ways they interact with the world around them.
Written by John-Paul Dickie. The second Frequency Festival launched last night in front of crowds at The Cornhill in Lincoln.
Written by Sonny Drake McCartney’s career has always found him trying to negotiate between the poles of his love of experimentation and his innate crowd-pleasing tendencies.
Play review by: Cody Maltby Shakespeare is scary. Something I have personally always known to be fact. However the Filter Theatre’s performance of one of Shakespeare’s most famous comedies Twelfth Night is anything but a threat.