Local Fight Factory Wrestling is gearing up to tackle cancer following two successful events at the Engine Shed on Sunday, October 1.
An audience bustle into a small theatre in a Lincolnshire town. The hustle turns to silence as the lights dim, the curtain rises and ‘Fame-the musical’ begins.
A play written by a University of Lincoln student has been selected to be performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this year.
Third year English student Michael Walker’s play, Through Emerald Embers, will be performed at the LPAC on Saturday, February 20.
Art is more about social relations rather than being a single object, according to Ruth Catlow, co-founder of Furtherfield, a London based arts organisation that critically evaluates digital culture.
Rosie Ablewhite, designer of two of Lincoln’s Barons, speaks to Becky Lancashire about being a Lincoln artist and the Barons’ legacy.
The pop-up Roundabout Theatre, located next to the University Library, held its opening show last night: Lungs by Duncan McMillan. Heather Lowery gives us her take on the production and the concept of pop-up theatre.
Recent Lincoln graduate Laura Roe fears the arts are being lost from our education as the number of young people studying arts for their GCSEs.
MOVIE Me will be an interactive movie making evening organised by the LPAC Producers, who are a student-led group that programme events aimed to engage the wider student body.