Rosie Robinson went to go see Christopher Bell’s work currently being shown at The Little Red Gallery.
Lincoln’s locals gathered in the sunny town centre today to mark ‘National Poetry Day’, Becky Lancashire reports.
The public are being offered the chance to get a first glimpse of new artists in a free exhibition of postgraduate works from the University of Lincoln’s College of Arts.
Auditions on Sunday, November 17th for a new production of Peter Pan, could see local talented youngsters take to the stage at Lincoln’s Theatre Royal.
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”.
Written by John-Paul Dickie. The second Frequency Festival launched last night in front of crowds at The Cornhill in Lincoln.
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.