Tag Archives: Lincoln Performing Arts Centre
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.
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.
Art-driven students are being encouraged to get involved within the Lincoln arts community, with an alternative freshers’ fayre to be held during Freshers Week.
A petition has been started to get current Lincoln MP, Karl McCartney, involved in a multiplatform debate prior to the general election.
One of Britain’s most famous comedians, is back on tour again with his brand new hour long show, Welcome To My World.
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.
The second heat of the new Hobgoblin Comedy Award came to Lincoln last night, hosting some of the city’s best comedic talent.
Lincoln theatre-goers had a treat with the Guy Masterson-adapted version of George Orwell’s Animal Farm, shown at the LPAC as part of the new singles season.