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Mark Thomas: ‘America has elected a man who has been publicly endorsed by the KKK, and that is f*****g terrifying.’
In the early hours of Wednesday November 9, 2016 it was decided that Donald J. Trump would be the next president of the United States of America.
This autumn Lincoln will be holding its eighth comedy festival, hosting over 20 comedy performances in Lincoln’s Drill Hall, LPAC and Engine Shed.
Gregor Smith talks to political comedian Mark Thomas, who brings his latest show Cuckooed to the Drill Hall on Thursday evening.
Gregor Smith interviews Seb Cardinal, one half of Cardinal Burns, a sketch comedy duo that found national fame in a hit Edinburgh Fringe show and two Channel 4 series.
Theatre group Ockahm’s Razor returned to Lincoln once again, with a new show. Frances Griffin went to see how the group’s aerial acrobatics compare to traditional theatre.
Lincoln Shorts III showcased a number of short films, directed, produced and animated by local filmmakers.. James Hicks went along to see them.
Lincoln’s Comedy Festival began at the Drill Hall on Saturday, September 29th with The Boy with Tape on His Face. Gayathri Kanagasundaram went along.
Sam Wills breaks the silence on his act, “The Boy With Tape On His Face,” as Luke Botham spoke to him ahead of the show in Lincoln at the end of the month.
Music videos, comedy shorts and original drama will all be shown at a new short film night at the Drill Hall in July – and anyone can submit films to be shown at the event.
Seth Lakeman sold out the Drill Hall on December 8th and after a flawless performance it’s clear to see why. Jonathan Markwell relives the show.