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|Embassy Theatre, Skegness
Programme of events and shows at the Embassy Theatre in the Embassy Centre, Skegness. Includes What's On, details of shows for the next six months, Box Office and Facilities.
|| The Farm Online
The Farm is Lincolnshire's premier venue for the best in Live Music and entertainment including: live blues (including many Blues musicians from around the world), roots, rhythm & blues, country music, rock, soul, funk, jazz, trad jazz, contemporary jazz, folk, roots and blues, reggae, punk, classical, alternative, acoustic, and hopefully all other genres of live music and entertainment, which we will endeavor to bring to the area so long as we are physically able!
We are also dedicated to bringing the best in locally produced and organic food in addition to having a GM free and fairtrade policy, all at very reasonable prices - certainly not the usual seaside fayre! Our Real Food Cafe is second to none - our meals really are prepared using mostly organic food and local produce and are the perfect compliment to a day at the seaside! The Farm offers a warm welcome within a friendly family environment.
It is situated in its own grounds surrounded by farmland and nature reserves and all within a few minutes walking distance of unspoilt expansive beaches which are some of the cleanest on the east coast.
FizGig - a guide to music, theatre and arts events in Lincolnshire and the East Midlands
|| Blackfriars Arts Centre - Boston
Blackfriars plays an undisputed role as Boston's centre for the arts and entertainment. Home to the finest live theatre, the best British and international films, comedy shows and classical and popular music, Blackfriars is the hub around which arts activity revolves in the region around Boston.
|Broadbent Theatre - Wickenby
The Broadbent Theatre is owned and run by amateur theatre company, The Lindsey Rural Players. It also plays host to several visiting companies both amateur and professional. Built in 1878, it was converted from Methodist Chapel to Theatre in 1971. The theatre takes its name from Roy Broadbent who was among those involved in the conversion of the building. The son of Roy, actor Jim Broadbent, is the Honorary President of the Lindsey Rural Players. The Lindsey Rural Players are members of the Little Theatre Guild of Great Britain.
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