Book now for the latest Horncastle Theatre Company Comedy, “See How they Run”. The play runs nightly from April 10 to 13, at the Red Lion Theatre, and tickets are £7 (£6 concessions), available from The Horncastle Music Shop (01507 5265660) or online here. The curtain goes up at 7pm for all performances.
Fast-paced, hysterically funny and very silly, this classic comedy by a master of British farce has it all.
Join us on April 4th for An Evening With Bill Ramsey – the last Vulcan Captain. At 7pm Bill will be talking us through his truly extraordinary career which includes flying the Lancaster and Dakota with the BBMF, four years as Wing Commander with the Red Arrows and so much more.
This is the first of a series of talks called ‘An Evening With…’ which we will be hosting throughout the year. It is not an event you want to miss! The Petwood will be making a donation from tickets sales to Bill’s chosen charity, The People’s Mosquito.
Unfortunately, we have had to cancel our event An Evening With Dave Hands. We know this will be disappointing for a number of you but there are still tickets available for An Evening With Bill Ramsey on Thursday 4th April.
Boston’s Celebration of Farming Event returns for its third year on Sunday 24th of March 2019. The event will feature a variety of vintage and modern farming equipment and tractors. There will also be stalls selling unique produce and items. Come along for a great family day out.
Free admission 10am-3pm
Boston Market Place Lincolnshire PE21 6EH
Sunday 24 Mar 2019
Here’s our selection of events for the next few weeks:
Coningsby, Tattershall and District History Society: There’s a talk by Michael Credland at 7.30 pm, titled “Tommy Goes to War”, at the New Methodist Chapel, Silver Street, Coningsby. Entrance £2.00. Contact 01526 354954
Michael is a well-respected authority on the role of the Lincolnshire Regiment in the Great War and on war memorials, and has presented his research and expertise in various publications.
Get up close to an enormous tiger and the beloved artwork from Judith Kerr’s much-loved childrens classic picture book, ‘The Tiger Who Came To Tea’. Celebrating the book’s 50th anniversary and over five million copies sold, The Tiger Who Came to Tea exhibition will come to Gunby Hall basement as part of a nationwide tour, from March 9th to April 28th.
The magic of The Tiger Who Came to Tea story is brought vividly to life with a giant cuddly tiger and an interactive kitchen, so that children can make their own tea for the tiger, as well as enjoying Judith Kerr’s iconic drawings. No need to book, but docheck the website for the latest information before you set out, or call 01754 890102. Continue reading →