A new performance is launching its national tour at the Lincoln Drill Hall in October, promising to be dark and intense.

Going Down”, which will take the stage on October 14th and 15th, has already been aired at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2008 to rave reviews from its audience.

The story revolves around six individuals entering a lift. However, as the lift descends, those inside are led to confront their deepest and darkest fears.

Offering a mix of powerful, dark and even comical moods, Going Down is set to explore the human mind, asking the question: “How long can we live with the wrongs that have been done?”

The company behind Going Down, Lincoln-based company 4Front, has already had one of their plays (directed by Darren Furniss) at the Drill Hall called JD and Coke in January, which received five stars in the Lincolnshire Echo as well as being a sell out performance. The new company aims to “raise the profile of interesting and innovative theatre in Lincoln and to tour nationally.”

The event starts at 8pm, and tickets cost £8 (£6 concessions). Please note that due to the nature of the performance, this is an over 16s event only.

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 .