Tag Archives: The Drill Hall

Mark Thomas to expose arms trade secrecy in Lincoln

Mark Thomas: Cuckooed promo photo

Gregor Smith talks to political comedian Mark Thomas, who brings his latest show Cuckooed to the Drill Hall on Thursday evening.

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Cardinal Burns prepare for Lincoln “best of” sketch show

Cardinal Burns with dog

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.

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Ockham’s Razor will have Lincoln audiences ‘lost’

Theatre group Ockham’s Razor will come to Lincoln this week to perform “Not Until We Are Lost”… in mid-air. Hannah Gilbey found out more.

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Spotlight: Young and Rocking finalist Danny Bell

Local boy Danny Bell is getting The Linc‘s spotlight treatment, this week, as Rebecca Caroline talks to Lincoln’s Young and Rocking runner up.

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From Steps to ‘Spotlight’: Faye Tozer comes to Lincoln

After the huge success of 90s pop band Steps, former member Faye Tozer is now the leading lady in “In the Spotlight…Songs from the Musicals”, a play produced by Lincoln’s own Ollie Rendall.

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Lincoln in for a ‘Double Bill’ at the Drill Hall

4Front performance company are back with comedy and terror in “Double Bill”. Ashleigh Gray speaks to artistic director Darren Furniss about the play.

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Pappy’s bring marathon sketch show to Lincoln

Following our interview with the Matthew Crosby in The Linc Magazine, Ashleigh Gray reviews Pappy’s comedy sketch show “200 Sketches in an Hour”.

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Half-Wit’s physical theatre confuses Lincoln audience

Despite Half-Wit Theatre Company’s energetic perfomance in “First Class”, using mainly their bodies as props, the audience left feeling perplexed. Crystal Holmes reviews the play.

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Logan brings Lucrece to life in Lincoln

Gerard Logan’s adaptation of Shakespeare’s ‘The Rape of Lucrece’ came to the Drill Hall on Wednesday, February 10th, but how was the controversial poem received?

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Top 10 theatre trips for this spring

The theatres of Lincoln are preparing for a magnificent and talent-filled spring season. Ashleigh Gray takes a look at what’s to come to make sure you don’t miss out.

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