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Kent-based ‘Get Inuit’ came to Lincoln to perform at the Platform on the 17th of October and The Linc’s Alex Slater managed to catch up with them.
Off the back of a hugely successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Australian comedian, Felicity Ward is bringing her show 50% More Likely to Die to Lincoln this month.
Newton Faulkner’s music can only be defined as the ultimate in easy-listening. His chilled out atmosphere and feel good music makes him a delight to listen to and even more of a delight to see live.
NXT launched its first event at the Engine Shed in Lincoln on Monday 3rd October. Hundreds of people arrived at the event to see Lethal Bizzle, one of the UK’s most successful rappers on the grime scene.
For anyone who feels an affinity to geek culture, a comic con of any size feels a bit like being a kid in a sweet shop. This seemed to be more evident at The Linc-Con.
Scouting For Girls is, for many, a band that brings back memories of the early noughties and the old-style mp3 players. A group that has written songs everyone knows and secretly loves to sing along to.
Lincoln SU have reversed their decision to replace the graduation ball with “Grad Quack”, after almost 1,200 students signed a petition against the move.
After recording and releasing their first full album in 2015, Alias Kid are heading off on their very first solo tour – and stopping off at Lincoln along the way.
After multiple sell-out shows and a debut album that broke into the charts, Cattle and Cane are set to hit Lincoln’s Engine Shed next month.
The Icelandic folk band Of Monsters and Men (OMAM) are back with their second album Beneath the Skin. It is follows on from their 2011 debut album, My Head is an Animal, and sees the band taking a few steps in a new direction.