PLEASE NOTE: ALL SHOWS WILL ADHERE TO STRICT COVID-19 CURRENT GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES. IN THE UNFORTUNATE EVENT OF US HAVING TO CANCEL ANY SHOW, TICKET MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED IN FULL

The Lindsey Rural Players present   ‘Rope’

Rope, set in the 1920s is a British play by Patrick Hamilton. A three-act drama is filled with continuous action, punctuated only by the interval at the end of each act.

This amateur production of “Rope” is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals Ltd. on behalf of Samuel French Ltd. www.concordtheatricals.co.uk

Friday 3rd September invited audience preview,
Saturday 4th, Friday 10th and Saturday 11th September 2021.
7.30pm. Doors open at 7.00pm


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Keith James. September 25th.
The Music of Yusuf – Cat Stevens


Doors open 7.00pm – Show at 7.30pm

Keith James – The Music of Yusuf – Cat Stevens

As a gesture of belief in the possibility of harmony and understanding within all of us interwoven in today’s World..
Keith James Presents an honest and loving reflection of the timeless and insightful music of Yusuf – Cat Stevens

The amassed body of music from this hugely popular and sincerely adored singer/songwriter made for a collection of ‘must have’ records across a whole generation. Tea for the Tillerman and Teaser and the Firecat were on everyone’s turntables and on every radio station, live versions are played in concerts, bars and on the world’s beaches to this day. Songs such as Wild World, Father and Son, Moonshadow and Where do the Children play have been covered by hundreds of Artists worldwide.

Keith James, is a well respected and inventive guitarist singer/songwriter who specialises in performing intimate, carefully researched biographic style concerts. He weaves the story of Cat Stevens’ life from his early pop career, life threatening illness and spiritual journey around a performance of his well crafted and memorable songs.

Proceeds and audience donations from this tour of concerts will go to the UNICEF UK Syrian Children’s appeal.


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Holmes and Watson: The Farewell Tour

By Stuart Fortey, Directed by David Robertson

With Julian Finnegan as Holmes and Dominic Goodwin as Watson

Saturday 9th October 2021

Before slipping into well-earned retirement, Sherlock Holmes has prevailed upon his long-time companion Dr Watson, his landlady Mrs Hudson and Inspector Lestrade of Scotland Yard to join him in a farewell tour of the British Isles. For the first time ever they will re-enact one of the detective’s most baffling unrecorded cases – The Case of the Prime Minister, the Floozie and the Lummock Rock Lighthouse– an affair upon whose outcome the security of Europe once hung by a thread. Shrouded in secrecy until now, this case has finally been approved by the government for public disclosure.

It is also understood that Mr Holmes has been entrusted by Her Majesty with the conveyance to the Tower of London of the fabled Satsuma Stone, stolen from the crown of William of Orange in the seventeenth century and only recently discovered in a midden in Maastricht. It is expected that the evening will include a glimpse of this priceless gem; in which case, one can only be thankful that Professor James Moriarty, the Napoleon of crime, fell to his death at the Reichenbach Falls. Or did he? Or is he still alive, planning another deadly strike as he lurks, unseen, in the wings…?

This two-man little gem is totally and delightfully, utterly bonkers, and is so funny it should come with a Government health warning.”  The Northern Echo


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Common Ground Theatre Company presents    ‘Ladies’ Day’ 

26th, 27th and 28th May 2022

Work, love and life are just one long, hard slog for the fish-filleting foursome Pearl, Jan, Shelley and Linda. But their fortunes are set to change when Linda finds tickets to Ladies’ Day at Royal Ascot.

 

Claude Bourbon

Claude has played at Glastonbury and appeared                                          with the likes of Elton John.

Postponed due to Covid-19

Hello there all you wonderful humans!

We are not going anywhere! However, we do need your support.
All of your donations are greatly appreciated.
Our fundraising is purely a proactive way for us to ensure that we keep on top of all the general running costs that our shows throughout the year usually pay for.
When we come back (and trust us, we will be back as soon as we possibly can) we will be able to come back to you with all the gusto, sparkle and pizzazz we possibly can.
So  if you are able to, please donate to our fundraising page.

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