The Lincoln Drill Hall is set to hold a day-long contemporary art event, which will also be spilling out onto the city’s streets.

To be held on October 31st, “Impostor” by Nottingham-based group Exit Here is an event where everyone is invited to solve a mystery.

Originally set in The Drill Hall (known as Head Quarters), the story begins with an experiment which goes horribly wrong. People who choose to join in will be trained and given motivational exercises to aid them in finding the Impostor. The team then has just under four hours to go out onto the streets of Lincoln and question the public, reporting sightings or leads of the Impostor back to HQ for analysis.

However, if the team does not capture the Impostor when the allocated time is up, the mystery remains at large.

Exit Here are known for holding events requiring public participation and active engagement by developing fictional characters and scenarios. Impostor is the group’s fourth public participation event, with its predecessors — CAPA Phase 1.0, The Show Must Go On? and My Work is Heavier than Yours — even visiting Bath Art Fringe Festival in 2008.

It’s free to join in with the event, and starts at 12pm at Lincoln Drill Hall. For more information about the event visit Exit Here’s website

By Elizabeth Fish

Elizabeth Fish is based in Lincoln, UK and is the current Deputy Editor of The Linc Magazine, and Culture Editor. Also in her final year studying a degree in Journalism. Writing interests include entertainment (especially music) and tech. Follow her on Twitter .