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June 2024

Johnny Hates Jazz

Saturday 15 June at 7:30 pm

‘The Band That Never Toured’

Johnny Hates Jazz, comprising Clark Datchler (songwriting, vocals, keyboards) and Mike Nocito (production, engineering, guitars), achieved prominence in the late 1980s with a string of hits, notably "ShatteredDreams." Released in March

Pink by Vicky Jackson

Friday 21 June at 7:00 pm

Vicky Jackson’s Tribute to Pink has been a run-away success and has consistently been her most booked act since 2008. Whilst the Pink Tribute show was not her first tribute act, Vicky found herself being compared both physically and vocally when performing Pink songs during her solo shows,

Lincoln Pro Musica Orchestra 60th Anniversary Concert

Saturday 22 June at 7:30 pm

For this concert The Drill and LPMO have teamed up to offer an extra special VIP experience. For just £40 you can expect early access to the venue, a drinks reception and dinner, as well as the best seats in the house and no booking fees. VIP spaces are limited, so book early to avoid disappointment!

The Zutons

Wednesday 26 June at 7:00 pm

Jack Broadbent

Friday 28 June at 7:30 pm

Jack Broadbent is no ordinary singer songwriter. He can break your heart and then turn around and set the world on fire. Combining elements of Blues, Folk, Rock n Roll and Jazz, Broadbent carries a lineage of true artistry into the 2000s that sets him apart from the rest.

His

July 2024

The View

Friday 5 July at 7:30 pm

The View rocketed on to the UK music scene in the mid noughties, fresh faced and ready for Rock’n’Roll, immediately earning comparisons to contemporaries like The Libertines and The Courteeners. With ramshackle charm, along with tunes to conquer indie charts and hearts, they quickly

Summertime Stars

Sunday 7 July at 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Lincoln Academy of Theatre Arts present: Les Misérables

Thursday 11 July at 7:30 pm - Monday 15 July at 10:00 pm

DTC Productions Ltd & Lincoln Academy of Theatre Arts presents Les Misérables School Edition. One of the world’s most iconic and longest-running musicals, Les Misérables is a story of love, compassion, and redemption. Set against the backdrop of 19th-century France and the aftermath of the

Horrible Histories: Rotten Royals

Saturday 20 July

We all want to meet people from history. The trouble is everyone is dead!

So Horrible Histories is back in 2024 with revolting rulers and mad monarchs from Britain’s barmy past!

Would you be wooed by Richard the Lionheart? Are you ready for a date

Sundara Karma

Thursday 25 July at 7:30 pm

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