This is the show you’ve all been asking for – and it’s brought to you by the people behind the worldwide smash hit, Only Fools The (cushty) Dining Experience.
Meet the pride of Peckham in a night of eating, wheeling and dealing at the Petwood Hotel in Woodhall Spa. The fun starts from the moment audiences you the Trotters and their friends for a knees-up. Meanwhile, of course, they try to drum up some cash and make a cheeky saving on the side. So why is the pub closed on the busiest night of the week…?
Book now for the Friday night – the Saturday show is fully booked.
Book now for Zorro the Panto at the Lion Theatre in Horncastle. The show runs from 30th January to 2nd February and 6th to 9th February 2019, 7.30 nightly and 3pm Saturday matinees at the Lion Theatre, but some shows are sold out, so saddle up amigos to make sure you get a seat. Availability and Booking details here
Here’s the blurb:
Our pantomime Dame, Senora Margarita Juanita Fajita will guide you through all the fun and frolics as only a typical Dame can. As always there will be plenty of songs and dances brought to you by our Musical Director Chris Hinkins and Choreographer Nancy Shackleton, with such classics as Dance the Night Away, La Bamba and (you heard it here first) Little White Bull! A pair of slapstick firemen add to the comedy and chaos and we even have a visit from a famous President! Continue reading →
After a decade of disappointments, Dambusters blogger Charles Foster is happy about the prospects of a new film based on James Holland’s 2012 book, Dam Busters: The Race to Smash the Dams 1943: “Director Peter Jackson’s recent announcement that he is pressing on with his project to remake The Dam Busters film has been widely welcomed. “It’s just a great story. It’s always been a great story,” he told the Daily Telegraph on Thursday. “But it’s an even greater story now than it was in 1955 because back then there was still so much of the story that was under The Official Secrets Act.”
You are invited to a concert by the Horncastle and District Choral Society on Saturday December 8th, at St. Mary’s Church, Horncastle, 7.30pm. Music by Handel, Karl Jenkins and Bob Chilcott – a warm welcome is assured. Tickets, priced £7, including refreshments, are available from choir members, and at the door on the night.
This annual market will be taking place on Sunday 9th December from 11 am to 4 pm. The High Street will be closed and lined with Christmas themed craft stalls, artisan manufacturers, and delicious food suppliers.
Musicians will perform for your entertainment and Father Christmas will be in his grotto, and the organisers are busy arranging amazing street entertainment. You can come along just to enjoy the music if you so wish, but they are hoping that you will be enticed by the smell of freshly cooked ostrich burgers, distracted by cheeses, or completely waylaid by naughty sweets. Continue reading →
This year’s Christmas Fayre takes place on Friday 7th December in Station Road and The Broadway from 6.00 to 9.00 pm. All the traditional activities and features established over the years will be there and the street will be packed with stalls and activities from clubs, craftsmen and local organisations.
The Christmas Grotto for Santa and his Elves will be a major draw for the crowds of children we see every year. Street entertainment along the whole closure area throughout the evening will feature Morris dancers, street musicians, mascots, Clowns (the friendly variety!!!) and children’s fairground rides. The County Linx Radio Bus will again provide music and a focal point for singers and other entertainment in the centre of the village near The Co-op. Continue reading →
Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust are publishing a weekly update on this year’s seal count at Donna Nook, provided by their warden on site. The first pup birth was recorded on October 22, and by November 2 the total was up to 67 pups, 15 along the fence-line, the others hiding.
The web page is updated once a week, usually on a Friday. You can also compare the seal count with recent years. Here’s the update link.