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WELCOME TO YOUR AUTUMN/WINTER SEASON! Adam Pownall Artistic Programme & Participation Manager

As usual we’ve tempted an eclectic mix of artists and companies to Lincoln and have plenty to engage and entertain you, whatever you’re into. As the days shorten and the nights draw in, we’ve a wealth of events to warm the cockles, including incredible theatre productions, live music, family shows and a line-up of some of the finest standup comics in the business. And if that wasn’t enough, we’re also celebrating 10 years of panto at the Drill Hall - ‘Oh yes we are!’ - with a very special, super-spectacular production of Jack & The Beanstalk.

The Drill Hall is YOUR arts centre so come along and have some great experiences this season!

LINCOLN DRILL HALL IS A CHARITY We are a registered charity dedicated to giving everyone the chance to experience the arts. At the heart of everything we do is the belief that the arts enrich lives and help communities to thrive and that arts experiences should be accessible to all, regardless of age, background or circumstance. Across 800+ events each year we offer positive change for our city. WE CHANGE LIVES: for example, 1100 people with disabilities attend our Butterfly Club events each year. WE CHANGE PLACE: 90% of people believe we enhance the sense of community in Lincoln. WE CHANGE PERCEPTIONS: “This show opened my eyes... and also taught me so much.” We also work hard to keep tickets affordable and offer a range of free events so that as many people as possible can take part. WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT Every penny we receive goes towards making the Drill Hall the best it can possibly be - improving our facilities, expanding our programme of events and offering more opportunities for people of all ages. Every donation, however small, makes a really big difference to us.

Whether you’re meeting for pleasure or business, with friends, with the kids, or alone, our café bar is the perfect place to relax. Come along for great value delicious food, including a kids’ menu, free Wi-Fi, books, magazines and newspapers, a children’s play area (and lots of room for buggies) all wrapped up in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Our Cafe Bar also hosts: FREE LIVE MUSIC – see page 14 for details MONTHLY SATURDAY BOOK SWAP (11am – 2pm) – come along and swap or donate your old paperbacks. Book Swap dates over this Autumn are Saturday 26 August, 30 September, 28 October & 25 November PHILOSOPHY CAFÉ – see page 22 for details

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YOUR DONATION WILL BE DOUBLED! If you donate now, your gift will be matched £ for £ by Arts Council England through its CATALYST: EVOLVE initiative, instantly doubling your donation. There are many ways to donate including: • Become a Friend of Lincoln Drill Hall. • Add a donation to your next ticket booking. • Make a one-off donation. • Become a corporate supporter or sponsor there are many ways businesses can benefit from a partnership with us. • Buy a Drill Hall mug, wristband, bag or our super-cuddly Mouse-cot, Rusty! • Or simply pop a few coins in the collection box in our foyer. • You can also support us through Localgiving. To donate visit www.localgiving.org/charity/lincoln-drill-hall THANK YOU Box Office: (01522) 873894

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FRIDAY 5 DECEMBER - TUESDAY 2 JANUARY

JAMIE MARCUS PRODUCTIONS IN ASSOCIATION WITH LINCOLN DRILL HALL

JACK & THE BEANSTALK FEE, FI, FO, FUM, I SMELL CHRISTMAS PANTO FUN! Following last year’s record breaking Beauty & The Beast, which played to over 14,000 people, Jack & The Beanstalk is set to be our most incredible festive spectacular yet – and it’s also our 10th anniversary panto too, so come along and join in the celebrations! Back by popular demand is James Campbell as the outrageous Dame Dotty Trott, mother of our hero Jack and his brother Silly Simon. They haven't a bean to their name and their cow Daisy has gone dry. Worse still, the village is at the mercy of the human-eating giant Blunderbore - and his wicked henchman Fleabottom has captured the beautiful Princess Zena…but this is one princess who can take care of herself! Come along and follow Jack up the beanstalk to find out who saves the day! With everyone’s favourite characters, stunning costumes, spectacular sets and effects, hilarious song and dance routines, plus more jokes than a bag full of magic beans, this is one madcap adventure your family won’t want to miss! CHRISTMAS WOULDN’T BE CHRISTMAS WITHOUT THE DRILL HALL PANTO AND IT’S NEVER TOO EARLY TO BOOK! TICKETS: £18 (£13 CONCESSIONS) PLUS £56 FAMILY TICKET Schools performances from 5 December.

PUBLIC PERFORMANCES Date

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Morning Afternoon Evening

Fri 8 Dec

6pm Gala Performance

Sat 9 Dec

6pm

2pm (Signed)

Fri 15 Dec

6pm

Sat 16 Dec

2pm

6pm

Sun 17 Dec

2pm

6pm SOLD OUT!

Tue 19 Dec

6pm

Wed 20 Dec

2pm

6pm

Thu 21 Dec

2pm

6pm

Fri 22 Dec

2pm

6pm

Sat 23 Dec

2pm

6pm

Mon 24 Dec

2pm

Tue 26 Dec

2pm

Wed 27 Dec

2pm

10.30am

Santa Visit 6pm

Thu 28 Dec

2pm (Relaxed)

6pm

Fri 29 Dec

2pm

6pm

Sat 30 Dec

2pm SOLD OUT! 6pm

Sun 31 Dec

2pm

Tue 2 Jan

2pm

10.30am

Santa Visit

6pm

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FRIDAY 22 SEPTEMBER | 7PM IN THE ROOM UPSTAIRS PAD PRODUCTIONS

LEFT OF ME

FRIDAY 8 SEPTEMBER | 7.30PM

BACKLASH BALLROOM – STRICTLY MUSICALS

A BALLROOM & LATIN DANCE EXPLOSION Endorsed by Len Goodman, this spectacular show features five professional Ballroom and Latin couples – World, European and National champions – wearing costumes from the 2016 series of BBC TV Strictly Come Dancing. Joining the dancers is singer Scarlet Black. TICKETS: £18 (£16 CONCESSIONS) £2 OFF FOR GROUPS OF 10 OR MORE

SATURDAY 9 SEPTEMBER | 7.30PM - 10.30PM

THE ADVENTURES OF THE CAPTAIN OF THE LOST WAVES (AND HIS INCREDIBLY TALENTED FRIENDS) *This is a pay it forward event - see below for details* Ladies and Gentlemen, may we introduce a suitably splendid Steampunk music hall extravaganza Appearing alongside the Captain are Alice's Night Circus, Lady Violet Hugh and Scarlet Butterfly, all brought together through the wit and wisdom of compere Dr Cornelius Porridge. 'Like imagining Charlie Chaplin with the voices of Freddie Mercury & Klaus Nomi, singing songs written by Irving Berlin'  Glastonbury Arts / Fringe festival TICKETS: £18 (£15 FOR OVER 60S AND UNWAGED) *£15 pay it forward tickets – Why not add a £15 pay it forward ticket to your booking to allow someone less fortunate to enjoy the event too?

THURSDAY 21 SEPTEMBER | 7.30PM REND PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS

JUDITH: A PARTING FROM THE BODY

Coronation Street actress Catherine Cusack stars in this powerful one-act play reimagining the legend of Judith. A daring widow infiltrates the enemy camp the night before battle to seduce and kill the head of the army, Holofernes. Her land is at stake – but what of her heart and mind? In this radical reimagining of a legend, internationally renowned playwright Howard Barker lays bare the complex sacrifices of human beings at war. Suitable for ages 14+ (contains violence) TICKETS: £12

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This contemporary devised theatre show invites the audience to a presentation by two scientists, exploring and explaining the experiences of a person known only as 'Exhibit A'. Supposedly a credible investigation of the human experience of trauma, they lead the audience through a number of 'ologies' (Biology, Sociology, Scatology...) with a fine balance of humour, data and heart-breaking sincerity. TICKETS: PAY WHAT YOU THINK

WEDNESDAY 11 & THURSDAY 12 OCTOBER 7.30PM CHIPPING NORTON THEATRE PRESENTS:

SHERLOCK HOLMES & THE CRIMSON COBBLES

This brand-new Sherlock Holmes caper is a laugh-a-minute pastiche of Conan Doyle’s investigative pair, delivered at breakneck pace, and a raucous night at the theatre. Holmes and Watson are called upon to investigate the Whitechapel murders. But when the evidence points to only one possible and ridiculous conclusion about the identity of Jack the Ripper, is our super sleuth prepared to believe the unbelievable? TICKETS: FROM £12 (£5 U26s)

FRIDAY 13 OCTOBER | 7.30PM HUMANHOOD DANCE

ZERO

Zero is contemporary dance company Humanhood’s first full-length piece and has been researched and created over a period of 18 months. The piece is inspired by physicist Nassim Haramein’s explorations of the relationship between memory, space and time, and merges surround sound/music, intricate lights, original costume, textured set design and mesmerising movement. TICKETS: FROM £12 (£5 U26s)

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FRIDAY 20 OCTOBER | 7.30PM AINE FLANAGHAN PRODUCTIONS, SEIRIOL DAVIES & THE YOUNG VIC

TUESDAY 31 OCTOBER | 8PM

LUKE JERMAY: SIXTH SENSE

Luke Jermay knows your past, present and future, sometimes better than you do. From your favourite schoolteacher, childhood pet, even the colour of your underwear, he knows all, sees all and tells (almost) all in an expert display of telepathy and personal predictions. ‘My jaw dropped repeatedly… Jermay puts us in a state where we can wonder whether life has more possibilities than we thought it did an hour before’ The Times ‘Jermay puts the rest of us mind readers to shame’ – Derren Brown TICKETS: FROM £14 (£12 U26S)

HOW TO WIN AGAINST HISTORY

The 5th Marquis of Anglesey was one of the world’s wealthiest men until he lost it all by being too damn fabulous. A riches-to-rags story becomes a hilarious, rippedup musical in an outrageous performance by Seiriol Davies and the company. TICKETS: FROM £12 (£5 U26S)

WEDNESDAY 11 – FRIDAY 13 OCTOBER | 8PM IN THE ROOM UPSTAIRS COMMON GROUND THEATRE COMPANY

NO EXIT BY JEAN-PAUL SARTRE

‘Hell is other people’. Three characters find themselves in Hell, but instead of instruments of torture they find a room with three sofas…and no way out. First performed in Nazi-occupied France in 1944, Sartre’s play explores the author’s ideas of existence and essence. TICKETS: £8 MONDAY 6 & TUESDAY 7 NOVEMBER | 7PM

SHAKESPEARE SCHOOLS FESTIVAL

Shakespeare Schools Foundation is proud to present the world’s largest youth drama festival at Lincoln Drill Hall. Join us for a series of unique and exhilarating Shakespeare productions staged by local schools and enjoy a wonderful evening of entertainment. TICKET PRICES: £9.50 (£7 CONCESSIONS /£6.50 GROUPS OF 20+) SATURDAY 21 OCTOBER | 1.30PM & 4.30PM SUNDAY 22 OCTOBER | 11AM & 2PM RGM PRODUCTIONS

THE HUNTING OF THE SNARK

All aboard! The ship is departing! All children, animals and silly people welcome! The impossible voyage of an improbable crew to hunt an imaginary creature is brought magically to life in this sparkling musical comedy adventure for 4 to 94 year olds. Enter the imaginative world of Alice in Wonderland creator, Lewis Carroll, in this brand new, highly original, ultra-modern adaptation inspired by his much loved classic poem. Fresh from London’s West End, this show features five high-energy actors, life-like puppets, fantastical characters, and lashings of daft humour. Sidesplittingly funny, joyful, fast-paced and bursting with a soundtrack of witty songs by an award-winning songwriter, The Hunting of the Snark is a tour de force that‘ll delight, excite and entertain. Suitable for ages: 4+ TICKETS: £12 (£10 CONCESSIONS), £42 FAMILY OF 4 TICKET PLUS, THIS SHOW IS GREAT FOR KIDS PARTIES - CONTACT US FOR DETAILS

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MONDAY 20 – THURSDAY 23 NOVEMBER | 7.30PM NEW YOUTH THEATRE:

ADDAMS FAMILY: THE MUSICAL

Wednesday Addams has become an adult with a secret that only Gomez knows. She's fallen for a sweet young man from a respectable family. Join the Addams, plus all the other crazy characters and more for a heart-warming story of love… with a twist! TICKETS: £8.50 (CONCESSIONS £7.50) FRIDAY 24 NOVEMBER | 8PM NEW YOUTH THEATRE JUNIORS:

HAIRSPRAY: THE MUSICAL

It’s 1962, and big-haired teenager Tracy Turnblad dreams of dancing on the local teenage TV dance program. When she learns a few dance moves from her good friend Seaweed, her wish comes true and she becomes an instant local celebrity. A fun show full of big characters & great songs, makes for a great evening of entertainment! TICKETS: £8.50 (CONCESSIONS £7.50)

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SATURDAY 30 SEPTEMBER | 8PM

TUESDAY 3 OCTOBER 1PM

JACK BROADBENT

LUNCHTIME CONCERT BY LICMF

This talented singer/songwriter started his career as a busker, but is now making waves globally as one of the most exciting modern bluesmen of our time. With feet planted firmly in an authentic blues style, Broadbent’s influences include John Lee Hooker, Peter Green, Jimi Hendrix, Robert Johnson and Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. “The Real Thang!” – Bootsy Collins. TICKETS: FROM £10

FRIDAY 1 SEPTEMBER | 8PM

AN EVENING WITH FRANK, DEAN & JUDY

THE HITS OF THE RAT PACK Sensational swing singers Paul & Stephen Amer will be joined by singer Ellie Darnell along with a live five-piece band and backing dancers as they perform hit after hit of swing classics made famous by the Rat Pack’s residence at the famous Las Vegas Sands Casino. TICKETS: £16 (£15 CONCESSIONS) £2 OFF FOR GROUPS OF 10 OR MORE

Jochama Piano Trio Charis Sykesud – violin Matthew Johnson – cello Josh Wilkinson – piano Programme includes works by Smetana and Schumann TICKETS: £7 ADVANCE (£8 ON THE DAY)

THURSDAY 5 OCTOBER | 8PM

TUESDAY 5 SEPTEMBER | 1PM

LUNCHTIME CONCERT BY LICMF

LIMEHOUSE LIZZY

Percussing Ana Beard Fernández - soprano Zoë Scheuregger - percussion Programme includes works by David Lancaster, Jonathan Brigg, Kirsty Devaney & Roger Marsh. TICKETS: £7 ADVANCE (£8 ON THE DAY)

Renowned for an action-packed pyrotechnic-fuelled explosion of a show, Limehouse Lizzy continue to keep the spirit of Celtic rock icon Philip Lynott and his band Thin Lizzy alive, well and dominating stages worldwide. TICKETS: £17 (£15 CONCESSIONS)

SUNDAY 17 SEPTEMBER 8PM

RUSSELL WATSON SERENADE SUNDAY 8 OCTOBER | 3PM

SINFONIA VIVA

SATURDAY 23 SEPTEMBER | 7.30PM

LADY SINGS THE BLUES

This stunning show presents the music of Billie Holiday from the 30s to the 50s using many of the original arrangements. Featuring six top British Jazz Award-Winning musicians and the remarkable singer Val Wiseman, who gives ‘an uncanny reproduction of the Holiday sound and style’, this is as close as it gets to hearing that tremendous repertoire performed live as it was first performed all those years ago. TICKETS: FROM £14

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MAKING A SONG AND DANCE Join Sinfonia Viva, the orchestra of the East Midlands, for this afternoon concert exploring composers that took folk and popular tunes as their inspiration. The programme includes: PROKOFIEV Overture on Jewish Themes ELGAR Sospiri 6' GRAINGER Shepherds Hey, Molly on the Shore   VAUGHAN WILLIAMS Fantasia on Greensleeves   BARBER Adagio   COPLAND Appalachian Spring (1972)   TICKETS: £16 (£14 CONCESSIONS, £8 STUDENTS)

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SATURDAY 14 OCTOBER DOORS 7PM, CONCERT 7.30PM

THE YOUNG ‘UNS

Voted ‘Best Group’ at the 2015 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards and nominated again this year, The Young 'Uns have fast become one of the foremost groups on the UK folk scene. Beguiling audiences around the world, they seamlessly switch from profoundly poignant songs to infectiously irreverent humour. “Great singers and very, very funny” Mark Radcliffe, BBC Radio 2. TICKETS: £16.50

FRIDAY 3 NOVEMBER | 7.30PM

RAF SWING WING BAND

We are delighted to welcome back the world famous RAF Swing Wing for a wonderful evening of 40s jazz and swing! TICKETS: FROM £15

ALAN BARNES OCTET FEATURING PAT MCCARTHY – FISH TALES

SUNDAY 12 NOVEMBER | 7.30PM

THE ELVIS YEARS

The Elvis Years’ is a spectacular theatrical concert experience, featuring Mario Kombou from the acclaimed West End musical ‘Jailhouse Rock’. Telling the story of how a poor boy from Mississippi went on to become the greatest musical icon the world has seen, this show portrays the most iconic moments of The King’s career and sets the scene of the different musical and social eras – taking the audience right back in time. TICKETS: FROM £21

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Jonathan Sage - clarinet family Kate Ledger - piano Programme includes works by Finzi, Milhaud, Berg and Brahms. TICKETS: £7 ADVANCE (£8 ON THE DAY)

SATURDAY 11 NOVEMBER | 8PM NEW JAZZ 5 PRESENTS

A powerful evening of jazz, performed by an all-star lineup, providing an evocative musical memorial to the fishing heritage of Grimsby. The music is interspersed the amusing, risqué and troubling poems of Josie Gray. TICKETS: £14, STUDENTS/ UNDER 16S £7

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TUESDAY 14 NOVEMBER | 1PM

LUNCHTIME CONCERT BY LICMF

THURSDAY 16 NOVEMBER | 7.30PM

THE RED HOT CHILLI PIPERS ANNIVERSARY TOUR CELEBRATING 15 YEARS OF BAGROCK!

After last Autumn’s sell-out show, the mighty Red Hot Chilli Pipers return! Now the most famous bagpipe band on the planet, their achievements have reached incredible heights with a ground-breaking fusion of traditional Scottish music and rock and pop anthems which they proudly call ‘Bagrock’. TICKETS: FROM £24.50

SATURDAY 18 NOVEMBER | 7.30PM

LINCOLN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA AUTUMN CONCERT Soloist: MIHKEL POLL Conductor: NEVILLE TURNER Leader: CAROLINE SIRIWARDENA The programme is as follows:Brahms: Academic Festival Overture Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto No. 1 in Bb minor, Op. 23 Beethoven: Symphony No. 5 TICKETS £14.00, CONCESSIONS £12.00, ACCOMPANIED CHILDREN (UNDER 16) £7.00

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FRIDAY 24 NOVEMBER 7PM IN THE ROOM UPSTAIRS

AN DHA: CELTIVATION

Join multi award-winning fiddle & cello folk duo An Dhá as they explore and shape the roots of traditional music in their own unique style. Enjoy gorgeous airs and upbeat reels infused with jazz-inspired flair from their new album Celtivation. “lively, fun and entertaining to all” Afterdark Magazine TICKETS: £12 (£10 CONCESSIONS, £5 U16S)

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We host weekly Saturday Sessions (see below), plus other free music on occasional Friday lunchtimes & before some evening events, all performed by local musicians. For more information check our website and social media. Local guitarist Pete Wray plays on the last Wednesday of each month and also runs a Free Acoustic Guitar Workshop in the café bar from 11am – 2pm, usually on the second Tuesday of the month. Bring your acoustic guitar, share your ideas and learn - all abilities welcome! To find out more email pete.wray@btinternet.com. Ace pianist Dave Mallett also tickles the ivories on occasional Thursday lunchtimes.

SATURDAY SESSIONS

BIG BUTTERFLY CLUB

First session runs from 14 OCTOBER 11am-12.30pm, second Michael Todd session from 12.30pm – 2pm Country rock, ballads (or later if no main house and blues performance) Eddy O’Dwyer 2 SEPTEMBER English & American Folk Cover Up 21 SEPTEMBER    Local young covers band 1685 Double Take Classical Renaissance Classic Guitar Duo                                                            & Baroque                 9 SEPTEMBER 28 SEPTEMBER Pennyless Pete & Helen Wray Acoustic Folk Four-piece Blues & Ragtime Duo 16 SEPTEMBER Bernard Hoskin         Aiden Marshall & Guests Acoustic Singer/Songwriter Classical and Blues Guitar 4 NOVEMBER 23 SEPTEMBER Cover Up Eddy O’Dwyer Local young covers band English & American Folk Double Take Kate Anna Classic Guitar Duo Acoustic Singer/Songwriter 11 NOVEMBER 30 SEPTEMBER Keith Luckey Nigel & Terry Country Blues & Skiffle Folk Music Duo 18 NOVEMBER Pete & Helen Wray Lynn McFarland   Blues & Ragtime Duo Americana, Folk & Roots 7 OCTOBER          Between the Lines Cover Up Acoustic four piece Local young covers band 25 NOVEMBER Double Take Strummin Steve Jackson     Classic Guitar Duo Folk, Country & Originals The Way Out       Original Progressive Folk (ish)

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WEDNESDAY 30 AUGUST, 20 SEPTEMBER, 18 OCTOBER & 1 NOVEMBER | 7PM – 9.30PM

2 DECEMBER       Cover Up Local young covers band Double Take Classic Guitar Duo 9 DECEMBER Nigel & Terry Folk music duo Ishani & Hilary Jazz Vocal & Piano 16 DECEMBER 4 Strings a Piece Relaxed classical/light music The Rye Sisters Country/Pop Duo 22 DECEMBER Eva McDonald     Classical & Contemporary Vocals David St Paul Country, Pop, Rock, Ballads 30 DECEMBER Michael Todd Country rock, ballads and blues Strummin Steve Jackson   Folk, Country & Originals

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Every month we host an awesome party night for adults (aged 16+) with disabilities, their families and support workers. These nights are friendly and relaxed and a great opportunity not only to dance to great music, but to socialise and meet new people. Head into the main auditorium where our resident DJ spins top tunes all night, or chill out in the bar and catch up with friends. TICKETS: £3 ADV (£4 ON THE DAY) Please note we do not offer one-to-one support at these events, but we are wheelchair friendly and have a fully equipped Changing Places Toilet.

SATURDAY 28 OCTOBER | 7.30PM -12.30AM

BACK TO THE FUTURE DISCO NIGHTS PRESENTS: FREQUENCY FESTIVAL 80S VS 90S SILENT DISCO!

To celebrate the culmination of this year's Frequency Festival, which takes place across the city from 20-29 October, our Back To The Future disco night takes a digital twist! Come and join us for the ultimate Silent Disco - make your choice from multiple music streams spanning the 80s and 90s. And don’t forget, dressing up is positively encouraged. Who are you going to be? Siouxsie or Geri? Morrissey or Jarvis? Marilyn or Marilyn Manson? Bananarama or The Spice Girls? TICKETS: £6 (£5 IF BOOKED AS A PARTY OF 4+)

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RED HERRING COMEDY CLUB SATURDAY 2 SEP 8PM With headliner Scott Bennett plus Lauren Pattison, MC Barry Dodds and guest tbc

SATURDAY 7 OCT 8PM Headlined by Gary Delaney with MC Robin Morgan and guests tbc

SATURDAY 4 NOV 8PM With headliner Adam Bloom plus Peter Brush, Dan Nightingale & guest MC tbc

SATURDAY 25 NOV 8PM The final gig of the year with headliner Stuart Goldsmith plus guests tbc

WEDNESDAY 4 OCTOBER | 8PM

JEREMY HARDY

Jeremy is in his 4th decade as a standup this year. That’s a more dramatic way of saying he started 32 years ago and, without a lottery win, probably has at least another 32 years to go. TICKETS: FROM £14

THURSDAY 2 NOVEMBER | 8PM

TOM STADE: I SWEAR

www.redherringcomedy.co.uk Recommended for over 18s only. TICKETS: £10 IN ADVANCE (£12 ON THE DAY / £7 STUDENTS) GROUP BOOKINGS: 6 TICKETS £54 / 10 TICKETS £90

THURSDAY 14 SEPTEMBER 8PM

PHILL JUPITUS JUPLICITY

Join stand-up comedian, poet, improviser, and TV stalwart Phill Jupitus for an evening of tales, laughs and diversions. Watch in delight and/or horror as this experienced funny man smashes laughs out of the chaos of his own life and the uncertain world that surrounds it. TICKETS: FROM £15

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THURSDAY 28 SEPTEMBER | 8PM

ANDY PARSONS PEAK BULLS**T

Worried about your job? Worried about your family? Worried about yourself? Worried about the health service? Education? Climate change? World War 3? Worried about worrying? Sod it! Come and have a laugh about it. It’s one of the things we do best. Or is it? “Cracking adlibbing…a joke- rich rallying call for a better Britain” The Guardian *Please note: this event is suitable for ages 14+ due to language and content that some may find offensive. TICKETS: FROM £15

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The Canadian tour-de-force is back with a brandnew show for 2017! Kick back and enter the awesome and mischievous world of Tom Stade as he provides an inspiring and incisive antidote to these dark and uncertain times. Simply sublime comedy…I SWEAR. TICKETS: £17.50 (£16 CONCESSIONS)

FRIDAY 10 NOVEMBER | 8PM

WEDNESDAY 15 NOVEMBER | 7.30PM

Jason has three brains; his left brain scans the audience and room, looking for improv moments, his right brain collates stand-up material and stunts and his centre brain is Jason’s coach, pushing him to the limit. The fastest thinking comic around will not only trip himself up, but probably you too! “Watching a new Jason Byrne show is a bit like witnessing lightning in a bottle.” Edinburgh Evening News. TICKETS: FROM £19.50

Mark sets out to discover what the future has in store for us by collecting and examining his own predictions and those of his audiences before gambling on their outcome. By making futurologists of us all, he will create a fantastical, hilarious and possibly accurate vision of the world. And maybe even make a few quid on the side. Suitable for ages 16+. TICKETS: £16 (£12 CONCESSIONS)

JASON BYRNE THE MAN WITH THREE BRAINS

MARK THOMAS A SHOW THAT GAMBLES ON THE FUTURE

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30 AUGUST, 20 SEPTEMBER, 23 OCTOBER & 16 NOVEMBER 10.30 – 12NOON

DIDDY DISCO

Join us for our hip club for under 7s and their happening parents! We play a bit of everything from current tunes to rock and roll to disco, mixing it up to make it fun for children and mums and dads alike! All children must be accompanied and face-painting is also available. TICKETS: £3 (ACCOMPANYING ADULTS FREE)

FISHTANK YOUTH THEATRE

FishTank Youth Theatre is Lincoln’s alternative youth theatre! Drama skills, self-confidence, team building and fun are guaranteed in these sessions run by Alice Kinloch & Stephanie Milner. FISHTANK JUNIORS (AGES 7 TO 11): Saturdays, 9.45am – 11.15am FISHTANK INTERMEDIATES (AGES 11 TO 16): SATURDAYS, 11.30AM – 1PM Sessions will run from 9 September to 2 December (excluding 28 October) SEASON TICKETS: £72 (12 SESSIONS MUST BE PAID FOR BY 9 SEPTEMBER) OR £6.50 PER WEEK

THE HAPPY MONDAY CLUB

CAFE BAR 10.30AM – 11.30AM We run regular creative play sessions for the under 5s in our café bar on Mondays. The sessions are organised by Rhubarb Theatre and led each week by a different local artist (music, dance, storytelling & making). There are just 20 places each week and accompanying adults go free (the bar is always open for coffee & cake!) 4 September BETH DANCE & MOVEMENT 11 September LOU ARTS, CRAFTS & MAKING 18 September KIRSTY STORYTELLING & DRAMA 25 September HELEN RHYTHM & MUSIC 2 October BETH DANCE & MOVEMENT 9 October LOU ARTS, CRAFTS & MAKING 16 October HELEN RHYTHM & MUSIC 30 October KIRSTY STORYTELLING & DRAMA 6 November BETH DANCE & MOVEMENT 13 November LOU ARTS, CRAFTS & MAKING 20 November KIRSTY STORYTELLING & DRAMA 27 November HELEN RHYTHM & MUSIC 4 December BETH DANCE & MOVEMENT 11 December LOU ARTS, CRAFTS & MAKING 18 December KIRSTY STORYTELLING & DRAMA TICKETS: £3 (ACCOMPANYING ADULTS FREE)

HARTBEEPS

The most original baby and toddler classes in Lincoln! Weekly magical musical adventure classes in Lincoln for newborns, babies and toddlers WEDNESDAYS 9.30AM: Happy House (toddling to age 4, younger siblings are welcome) 10.45AM: Baby Beeps (sitting to walking) 12NOON: Baby Bells (newborn to sitting) For dates and more information contact Miranda at Miranda@hartbeeps.com or call 07734 865952

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SATURDAYS, 9 SEP – 2 DEC (NOT 28 OCT) 1.15PM – 2.15PM

OUR HALF TERM FUN INCLUDES: THE HUNTING OF THE SNARK (see page 8) BLOWN AWAY, FIRST KING OF ENGLAND... AND TEDDY BEARS PICNIC (see page 20)

FISHTANK TIDDLERS (AGES 3-6) TICKETS: £5 PER SESSION OR £55 FOR TERM

TUESDAY 24 OCTOBER | 1PM & 3PM METTA THEATRE

BLOWN AWAY

'A windy day, a brand-new kite, for Penguin Blue a maiden flight...' Meet Penguin Blue and friends as they go on an acrobatic Antarctic adventure full of good ideas, homesickness and the perils of kites. Packed full of spectacular circus, magical puppetry and catchy songs Metta Theatre’s joyous stage adaptation of Rob Biddulph's awardwinning children's book is fun for all the family. TICKETS: £6

FRIDAY 27 OCTOBER 1.30PM FOR FACE-PAINTING SHOW STARTS AT 2PM SNAIL TALES

THE FIRST KING OF ENGLAND…IN A DRESS

1,000 years ago the Saxons and Vikings hated each other. So, when a Viking called Knut tried to be the king of the Saxons too, the Saxons weren't happy. But when a stranger turns up at their door, a grumbly Saxon and his son decide to let him in. Soon, they're sharing stories about giants, gods and magic – and discovering surprising secrets about each other too...This fun-packed family storytelling show including puppetry, live music and plenty of joining in! And arrive early for extra stories and face-painting! Suitable for ages 3+ TICKETS: £6

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SATURDAY 28 OCTOBER | 11AM

WEDNESDAY 27 SEPTEMBER | 6.15PM

Big Bear is inviting you to the best picnic in town, so bring your favourite Teddy down to the forest and join in the fun! Little Bear is a bit worried about making new friends but you can help him on his journey as he learns when to be wary, when to be scary and when to be bear-y! With singalong songs, join-in dances and funny stories; this enchanting interactive musical adventure will leave pre-schoolers singing with glee and laughing until they are tired little teddy bears! Featuring the voice of Wink Taylor from THE SOOTY SHOW as Big Bear. TICKETS: £9.50 (£8.50 U16 AND UNWAGED)

ARMS AND THE MIND: THE VICTORY OF BOSWORTH AND THE INVENTION OF DYNASTY Bosworth Field, where Richard III was killed and Henry VII was crowned, is one of the most famous and important battles in English history. But it was also a notable victory in a propaganda war. Churchill famously remarked that he was confident of the verdict of history since he would write it. Much the same could have been said of Henry VII and his agents who - like Churchill - thought how victory would be presented before it was even won. Join David Starkey as he explores how the Tudor myth had been devised before the Tudors were even on the throne and how this played a key role in their retaining it, often against the odds. TICKETS: FROM £16

THE TEDDY BEAR’S PICNIC

FRETLESS

Every Friday, 5pm-6pm, a small group of young people, called Fretless, meet up in the Drill Hall Café Bar to discuss & design quirky creative nights for young people. The group are aged between 14 and 18 and we think of them as cultural entrepreneurs and champions of local talent! To find out more or to get involved, go to www.facebook.com/fretlessLDH or follow @fretlessLDH on Twitter or visit www.lincolnshireonevenues.com

FRIDAY 25 AUGUST | 12NOON LITERATURE TALK & FILM WITH DR JANE MACKAY THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN BRODIE BY MURIEL SPARK Spark is probably best known for this short novel. Jean Brodie is an unorthodox teacher in a very orthodox girls’ school. Her free-thinking ideas and charm persuade her ‘set’ of girls that rules are there to be broken by the elite...with tragic results for herself and some of the girls. 2.30PM FILM: The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (1969, 12, 116mins) Directed by Ronald Neame and starring Maggie Smith, Robert Stephens, and Celia Johnson. TICKETS: TALK ONLY £6.50 / TALK & FILM £10 Please note: the talk and the film will take place in the main auditorium

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DAVID STARKEY

FRIDAY 29 SEPTEMBER | 12NOON LITERATURE TALK & FILM WITH DR JANE MACKAY MY COUSIN RACHEL BY DAPHNE DU MAURIER Like her earlier novel ‘Rebecca’, this 1951 novel is set in Cornwall and has a mysterious heroine who may or may not be guilty of murder. Du Maurier is masterly at creating atmosphere and you will enjoy her story-telling as well as the sense of mystery in which she steeps us. You, the reader, may have a real problem passing clear judgement on the heroine! 2.30PM FILM: My Cousin Rachel (1952, PG, 94mins) Directed by Henry Koster and starring Olivia de Havilland and Richard Burton. TICKETS: TALK ONLY £6.50 / TALK & FILM £10 Please note: the talk and the film will take place in the main auditorium TUESDAY 3 OCTOBER | 7PM PATRICK BISHOP: AIR FORCE BLUE Join Patrick Bishop, author of the critically acclaimed and bestselling Fighter Boys and Bomber Boys, examines the role of the RAF as the most effective arm of the British fighting forces in the Second World War. Exploring the lives and wartime experience of thousands of men and women who served in all units of the RAF, he reveals the distinctive ethos of a war winning combination of efficiency, ruthlessness and glamour.   TICKETS: FROM £10 FRIDAY 27 OCTOBER | 12NOON LITERATURE TALK & FILM WITH DR JANE MACKAY BONJOUR TRISTESSE BY FRANCOISE SAGAN This lovely first novel, published when Sagan was only 18, is an amazing study of the possible consequences of an amoral and hedonistic life. It is what the French call a ‘succes de scandale’. It is a perfect foil to our next text, Proust’s ‘In Search of Lost Time’, also French. Stay for the beautiful film. 2.30PM FILM: Bonjour Tristesse (1958, PG, 94mins) Directed by Otto Preminger and starring Jean Seberg, David Niven and Deborah Kerr. TICKETS: TALK ONLY £6.50 / TALK & FILM £10 Please note: the talk and the film will take place in The Room Upstairs

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FRIDAY 24 NOVEMBER | 12NOON LITERATURE TALK WITH DR JANE MACKAY IN SEARCH OF LOST TIME, PART 1 SWANN’S WAY BY MARCEL PROUST This is more of a challenge than Bonjour Tristesse but is essential reading for anyone hoping to understand French literature. We have looked at some of the ‘big’ French writers: Hugo, Flaubert and Zola; and at lighter work by Colette and, last month, Sagan...so Proust is a huge leap in terms of density of thought. Come and keep me company on a fabulous mental journey. TICKETS: £6.50 Please note, this talk will take place in The Auditorium

FULL BLOOM

insideout dance company continues to run their highly popular Tuesday morning dance & movement classes for over 50s. Sessions run from 5 September to 28 November (excluding 24 October). TICKETS: £6 PER WEEK OR £66 PER TERM (12 SESSIONS)

PHILOSOPHY CAFÉ

SATURDAY 26 AUGUST, 30 SEPTEMBER, 28 OCTOBER & 25 NOVEMBER | 2.30PM Uplifting and inspiring, challenging and rewarding, join us for our monthly afternoons of informal discussion and conversation. Previous topics have included ‘What is Love?’ and ‘What Makes a Good Education?’

DREAMLAND DRAMA CLUB

FRIDAY 15 & SATURDAY 16 SEPTEMBER

THE GIN SOCIETY LINCOLN 2017

SATURDAY 4 NOVEMBER | 11AM – 5PM (10am for Early Birds – see below)

VINTAGE WEIGH & PAY

The Gin Society is coming to Lincoln for the 1st time! With over 90 different gins, prosecco cocktails and live entertainment, we are sure you will have a gintastic time! SESSIONS: Friday 15th September: 6.30pm - 11pm Saturday 16th September Afternoon: 12.30pm - 5pm Saturday 16th September Evening: 6.30pm - 11pm TICKETS: £7.50 (PAY ON DOOR)

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Come and join in with our friendly and relaxed drama club for adults with learning disabilities. Learn acting skills, gain confidence, make new friends and most importantly have fun! You will also get the chance to perform your very own play at the Drill hall!! For ages 16+. Sessions run every Tuesday from 7pm – 8.30pm. It’s £3 to attend (payable on arrival). For more information contact dreamlanddramaclub@gmail.com

VINTAGE CLOTHES AT WHOLESALE PRICES! Grab a bag on entry for your finds. Our vintage wholesaler will be bringing 6 tonnes of vintage clothing from the 1960s onwards. Our clothing will be hung out on rails and in rummage bins for you to pick through. You can try anything before you buy. New stock goes out every hour so you can keep popping in and out all day to see new stock! EARLY BIRD ENTRY We hold a special early bird hour for eager shoppers to get in early. This starts 1 hour before general admission and costs £3 (PAY ON DOOR).

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THE LINCOLN YOUTH DANCE COMPANY

This company for 11 – 18s meets on Monday evenings. For details email emily.thurston@live.com

ONE DAY CONTEMPORARY LIFE DRAWING WORKSHOPS WITH THE NEW DRAWING CLUB Come and enjoy a day’s making with these contemporary takes on the traditional life class. Open to all, these courses require no prior sculptural experience – perfect for artists who are new to life drawing, or have not drawn for some time. SATURDAY 2 SEPTEMBER PORTRAYING THE BODY LIFE DRAWING AND PORTRAITS IN 3D Taking the figure as a starting point, participants are encouraged to experiment with sculptural techniques, using a wide variety of materials. Sculptor Jim Bond leads the session and Julie Moosburg is the model for the day. £40 INCLUDING ALL MATERIALS & EQUIPMENT, TEA & COFFEE (12 PLACES ONLY) SATURDAY 25 NOVEMBER 10.30AM – 16.30PM CONTEMPORARY LIFE DRAWING WITH PRINTMAKING WORKSHOP DAY Through drawing and printmaking, we will consider the body and its surroundings to make observed, representative and abstracted works. Different lighting and props will be used to investigate how we can change the space, increasing our opportunity to experiment with materials and techniques. Kate Genever leads the session and Julie Moosburg is the model for the day. £40 INCLUDING ALL MATERIALS & EQUIPMENT, TEA & COFFEE (12 PLACES ONLY) For further information about New Drawing Club visit www.facebook.com/newdrawingclub To book for these courses email juliemoosburg@fastmail.fm

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Lincolnshire One Venues is a network of 9 performing and visual arts centres across the county that has been working together for the last 9 years to develop audiences and opportunities for people to take part and experience high quality arts activity. The Drill Hall is proud to be a leading partner in this network, which has seen well over £1million invested in arts projects for 12-25 year olds as well as a number of commissions and bursaries offered to make new work, plus opportunities for employment through apprenticeships and internships for the next generation of arts professionals and artists. For more information visit www.lincolnshireonevenues.com

Lincoln Arts Trust is proud of the support and partnerships we have developed with a number of organisations and businesses across the city:

Our main supporters are:

We are also very grateful for the support of the following organisation:

We are very proud of the fabulous IT support we receive from Datcom To find out how your business could support the Drill Hall please contact chris@lincolndrillhall.com

HIRING LINCOLN DRILL HALL

Lincoln Drill Hall is available to hire and able to accommodate everything from entertainment and social events to business meetings, conferences, training events, exhibitions and corporate hospitality. For more information call Gary Malam on 01522 873891 or gary@lincolndrillhall.com, or visit our website.

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A BOX OFFICE FOR YOUR EVENT

Lincoln Drill Hall also acts as a Box Office for all kinds of events that take place at other venues around the city. If you are interested in the Drill Hall selling tickets for your event, please contact: sarah.edwards@lincolndrillhall.com

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There are several options available to you when booking tickets for events at Lincoln Drill Hall. IN PERSON Visit our box office between 10am and 5pm Monday to Saturday. BY PHONE Call 01522 873894 for Credit & Debit card bookings. We do not charge a fee for you using your credit & debit cards. ONLINE Tickets for all our events are available to buy on-line at www.lincolndrillhall.com Please note there’s a fee of £1 per transaction (not per ticket) for online sales. RESERVATIONS Tickets can be provisionally reserved for some events. Payment must be made within 3 working days or half an hour before the performance, whichever is sooner. Failure to do so will result in the tickets being released for sale. TICKET COLLECTION You can collect your prepaid tickets from the box office during opening hours or we can post them to you for a charge of £1. GROUP BOOKINGS If you’re planning to bring a group of 10 or more people to a show please contact the box office to see if there are any discounts available. CONCESSIONS Concessions are available for some events for Students (NUS,) people who are unwaged, people over 60, children under 16, those in receipt of benefits and disabled patrons (plus carers). Please be prepared to show proof of eligibility. REFUNDS & EXCHANGES Tickets cannot be refunded or exchanged once purchased, so please check that you are booking for the event that you wish to attend. If an event is sold out we may be able to re-sell your tickets – please ask the box office.

ACCESSIBILITY The Box Office, Café bar and Auditorium are all on the ground floor and easily accessible, and there is lift access to both the Cosker Room & the Room Upstairs. Wheelchairs spaces are available so please let the Box Office know in advance if you wish to book one. For any patrons with hearing difficulties, infra-red transmission sets are available – please inform the Box Office Staff if you require a set. Lincoln Drill Hall is also the proud owner of a Changing Places fully accessible disabled toilet. MAILING LIST Visit our website www.lincolndrillhall.com and simply fill in your details to sign up to receive our e-brochure and monthly e-newsletter – you’ll get to hear about things first so it’s fast, it’s free and it’s paperless! If you’d prefer our postal brochure please give your details to the Box Office and we’ll make sure you’re sent a copy each season. PARKING The venue itself has no parking, but the best value (& biggest) car park is the Broadgate Multi-Storey car park behind the new Premier Inn, just a two minute walk from the venue. Or ask our Box Office about parking vouchers. GIFT VOUCHERS: THE PERFECT PRESENT! Stuck for a gift? Why not buy Lincoln Drill Hall Gift Vouchers? They’re available in denominations of £5, £10 & £20 and are valid for a year. You can now buy and even use them online too! WHAT’S ON AROUND THE CITY? Lincoln is a vibrant and exciting cultural city with loads of exciting venues such as The Collection, LPAC and the Terry O’Toole Theatre, all of which offer a year-round programme of events, shows & exhibitions and all of which, along with the Drill Hall, are part of the LOV (Lincolnshire One Venues) network. For more details about LOV visit www. lincolnshireonevenues.com

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AUGUST Friday 25 | 12noon LUNCHTIME LITERATURE TALK & FILM Page 20 Thursday 30 | 10.30am-12noon DIDDY DISCO Page 19

Saturday 30 | 8pm JACK BROADBENT Page 11

Thursday 30 | 7pm – 9.pm BIG BUTTERFLY CLUB Page 15

OCTOBER Tuesday 3 | 1pm LICMF LUNCHTIME CONCERT Page 11

SEPTEMBER Friday 1 | 8pm THE HITS OF THE RAT PACK Page 10

Tuesday 3 | 7pm PATRICK BISHOP TALK Page 21

Saturday 2 | 20.30am – 4.30pm CONTEMPORARY DRAWING WORKSHOP Page 23

Wednesday 4 | 8pm JEREMY HARDY Page 17 Thursday 5 | 8pm LIMEHOUSE LIZZY Page 11

Friday 24 | 7pm AN DHA: CELTIVATION Page 13

Saturday 28 | 7.30pm – 12.30am FREQUENCY: 80s VS 90s DISCO PARTY NIGHT Page 15

Saturday 25 | 20.30am – 4.30pm CONTEMPORARY DRAWING WORKSHOP Page 23

Tuesday 31 | 8pm LUKE JERMAY: SIXTH SENSE Page 9

Saturday 25 | 8.30pm RED HERRING COMEDY CLUB Page 16

NOVEMBER Wednesday 1 | 7pm – 9pm BIG BUTTERFLY CLUB Page 15

DECEMBER Tuesday 5 December – Tuesday 2 January PANTO: JACK & THE BEANSTALK Pages 4-5

Thursday 2 | 8pm TOM STADE Page 17 Friday 3 | 7.30pm RAF SWING WING BAND Page 12 Saturday 4 | From 10am VINTAGE WEIGH & PAY Page 22 Saturday 4 | 8.30pm RED HERRING COMEDY CLUB Page 16

Saturday 2 | 8pm RED HERRING COMEDY CLUB Page 16

Saturday 7 | 8pm RED HERRING COMEDY CLUB Page 16

Tuesday 5 | 1pm LICMF LUNCHTIME CONCERT Page 11

Sunday 8 | 3pm SINFONIA VIVA Page 11

Friday 8 | 7.30pm BACKLASH BALLROOM-STRICTLY MUSICALS Page 6

Monday 6 & Tuesday 7 | 7pm SCHOOLS SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL Page 9

Wednesday 11 & Thursday 12 | 7.30pm THE CASE OF THE CRIMSON COBBLES Page 7

Friday 10 | 8pm JASON BYRNE Page 17

Saturday 9 | 7.30pm CAPTAIN OF THE LOST WAVES Page 6

Wednesday 11 – Friday 13 | 8pm COMMON GROUND THEATRE COMPANY: NO EXIT Page 9

Thursday 14 | 8pm PHILL JUPITUS Page 16 Tuesday 19 | 7pm OUTSPOKEN: SPOKEN WORD NIGHT Friday 15 & Saturday 16 GIN FESTIVAL Page 22 Wednesday 20 | 7pm – 9pm BUTTERFLY CLUB Page 15 Thursday 21 & Friday 22 | 7.30pm JUDITH Page 6 Friday 22 | 7pm PAD: LEFT OF ME Page 7 Saturday 23 | 7.30pm LADY SINGS THE BLUES Page 10 Wednesday 27 | 6.15pm DAVID STARKEY Page 21 Thursday 28 | 8pm ANDY PARSONS Page 16

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Friday 29 | 12noon LUNCHTIME LITERATURE TALK & FILM Page 21

Saturday 28 | 11am THE TEDDY BEARS’ PICNIC Page 20

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Friday 13 | 7.30pm HUMANHOOD: ZERO Page 7 Saturday 14 | 7.30pm THE YOUNG ‘UNS Page 12 Wednesday 18 | 7pm – 9.pm BUTTERFLY CLUB Page 15 Friday 20 | 7.30pm HOW TO WIN AGAINST HISTORY Page 8 Saturday 21 & Sunday 22 | Various times THE HUNTING OF THE SNARK Page 8 Tuesday 24 | 1pm & 3pm BLOWN AWAY Page 19 Friday 27 | 1.30pm SNAIL TALES: FIRST KING OF ENGLAND… Page 19 Friday 27 | 12noon LUNCHTIME LITERATURE TALK & FILM Page 21

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Saturday 11 | 8pm ALAN BARNES OCTET Page 12 Sunday 12 | 7.30pm THE ELVIS YEARS Page 12 Tuesday 14 | 1pm LICMF LUNCHTIME CONCERT Page 13 Wednesday 15 | 8pm MARK THOMAS Page 17 Thursday 16 | 10.30am-12noon DIDDY DISCO Page 19 Thursday 16 | 7.30pm RED HOT CHILLI PIPERS Page 13 Saturday 18 | 7.30pm LINCOLN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Page 13 Monday 20 – Thursday 23 | 7.30pm NEW YOUTH THEATRE: ADDAMS FAMILY Page 9 Friday 24 | 8pm NEW YOUTH THEATRE JRS: HAIRSPRAY Page 9

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