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Alzheimers Lincoln is a group of volunteers collectively raising money for the Alzheimers society here in Lincoln. Tomorrow, they are set to hold a fundraiser gig to continue their excellent work in the field over recent months, dating back to February when they provided ‘Dementia Friend’ training, and did a charity Harry Potter quiz.
The Linc has another instalment of it’s weekly playlist for you all! The writers have collected a booster pack of songs, new or old, for you to try out and perhaps add to your own library.
Springwatch presenter Chris Packham visited the University of Lincoln this evening, to give a public lecture on bats and owls.
Earlier this week, indie rock band Coasts stopped by Lincoln to play at The Platform as part of their 38-show tour celebrating the release of their album This Life, Vol.1.
Going into this film I was extremely wary. It is no small understatement to say that, in the Marvel cinematic universe, the Thor films are undoubtedly the weakest link. So, I was sceptical going in to say the least.
2Q is taking over the city this weekend, meaning it’s likely Lincoln will have music ringing in its ears for the following weeks. For now though, we’re all left to deal with the hype and anticipation ahead of a huge weekend for the city. This week’s Linc Playlist is a special one, as the Linc’s […]
Popular music artist P!nk, having recently released a new album, features at the top spot on this week’s playlist from The Linc, with songs such as ‘What About Us’ and ‘Wild Heart’s Can’t Be Broken.’ Both songs present the talent and beautiful vocals of this feminist pop idol, and showcase the development of her genre.
Every week the producers of content for The Linc’s culture section band together to create a playlist of what they’ve been listening to over the past couple of days.
Local Fight Factory Wrestling is gearing up to tackle cancer following two successful events at the Engine Shed on Sunday, October 1.
Lincoln’s 2Q Festival has announced its second wave of acts playing in the city on Saturday 28 October – with The Sherlocks and Clean Cut joining the star-studded lineup.