Sun 1st Oct - Sun 1st Oct

Devised by Coney “Hello. We’re delighted you could join us. We’d like to recognise that; we’d like to say hello. We are REMOTE. We are here to help you be more like people like you.” Imagine you’re in a theatre of the future, powered by an algorithm. REMOTE is an interactive live game interrogating the politics of choice, and decision-making in an immaterial world, saturated with technology. This is a piece of game-theatre that you play sitting down, and its entirely led by you, the audience. As well as just being yourselves – you are also, together, playing a character, and you’ll be asked to make choices for her. Fusing an interactive script with a live and responsive sound design – REMOTE is a mechanical theatre game. It’s 2017, and we’re a room full of mostly strangers, imagining the future. This performance is part of POP OUT Festival 2018 – Art Outside The Ordinary Start Time: 2pm Tickets: Free (Advanced Booking Recommended) Location: Pop Out Theatre – Waterside Shopping Centre REMOTE was originally commissioned by Theatre in the Mill, supported by Camden People’s Theatre and developed through scratch and residency at CPT, BAC, MAKE Ireland, University of Exeter, and Theatre

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Sat 11th Nov - Sat 11th Nov

Publick Transport Morecambe and Wise meets David Lynch in this madcap reimagining of the Brontë myth, presented in Publick Transport’s irreverent and playful style. Taking the real and imaginary worlds of Yorkshire’s literary siblings as their inspiration, two performers combine rigorous physical theatre with anarchic comedy, deconstructing not only gothic themes of love, madness and revenge, but also themselves. Start Time: 7.30pm Tickets: £12.50 Full // £10.50 Concessions // £5 LIVE PASS (Students & Under 26s) Running Time: 1 hour (no interval) Age: 10+


Fri 3rd Nov - Fri 3rd Nov

Stand By Theatre Company in Association with The Lincoln Company Josh finds the outside world a fascinating and frightening place. At a time when he is most vulnerable, a room of forgotten things quickly becomes the perfect place for him to escape reality. His family make a desperate attempt to help him realise there is more to life than photos on a shelf and postcards under the door. This is an honest and uplifting show about fear and the impact our decisions have on those we care about, told through mesmerising movement, poetic text and visual inventiveness.  Start Time: 8pm Tickets: £8.50 Full // £5 LIVE PASS (Students & Under 26s) Running Time: 50 minutes (no interval) Location: Studio 1 Age: 12+


Thu 9th Nov - Thu 9th Nov

Echo Echo Echo Robert has lived a full and happy life. He lives through his past adventures and memories fondly, but when his mind begins to falter, Robert struggles to piece together fact and fiction, the past and the present. Echo Echo Echo return with this physical theatre performance that explores a fragile mind searching for answers and examines how we care and support those at risk of losing themselves. Start Time: 8pm Tickets: £8.50 Full // £5 LIVE PASS (Student & Under 26s) Running Time: 50 minutes Location: Studio 1    


Wed 18th Oct - Thu 19th Oct

Third Angel Lisa had been for a walk in the park Stacey had borrowed her best friend’s dress Faye had collected her daughter from nursery Hannah was in the twelfth hour of a shift with no sign of a break Kirsty knew no-one would believe who she really was Rachael was ready for a fight Linda was on call And Lucy only just made it   Different women from different backgrounds all brought together on one night that would turn out to be a birthday they’d never forget. Partus is a story of love, fear, joy, resilience and bravery. If you’ve had a baby, thought about it, are planning to or know anyone who has, this is the show for you. This is the sex education they never mentioned at school.  A Third Angel and Sheffield Theatres Co-production. Wednesday 18 October 7.30pm Thursday 19 October 10.30am Tickets: £12.50 Full // £10.50 Concessions // £5 LIVE PASS (Students & Under 26s) Tickets: 16+


Fri 29th Sep - Sat 30th Sep

Aula & Osborne Theatre We all want to love and be loved, but what if you just can’t let the feelings out? Big boys don’t cry. What if you’re worried about what else might be released? Do you still take your chance? A play with heart that asks, ‘Does being strong mean keeping it all in?’ Written by Jimmy Osborne Directed and Performed by David Aula Original music by Corasandel: Start Time: Friday 29 September 6.30pm // Saturday 30 September 7pm Tickets: £12.50 Full // £10.50 Concessions // £5 LIVE PASS (Students & Under 26s) Running Time: 55 mins (no interval)


Fri 22nd Sep - Fri 22nd Sep

ThisEgg Theatre Two performers. Two pairs of goggles. A fish tank. When our pet fish, Sunny and Boo, die, we realise that our friendship is in crisis. Goggles is a show we’re making for them. We think about whether we love each other as much as Sunny and Boo had loved each other. We think about whether it would be possible to love each other more. We think that might be too much, but then we think about living without one another. This show is an ode to friendship; a quirky comedy about fish, friends and keeping afloat. Start Time: 7.30pm Running Time: 1 hour Age: 12+ Tickets: £12.50 Full // £10.50 Concessions // £5 LIVE PASS (Students & Under 26s)


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Theatre School of Performing Arts Prepare for a musical extravaganza featuring the potential stars of tomorrow. An all singing and dancing children’s spectacular show from the amazing students of Lincoln’s longest-running theatre school. Start Time: 7pm Tickets: £10.50 Full // £7.50 Concessions

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Mon 11th Dec - Sun 24th Dec

It is Winter in Sherwood and snow covers the greenwood. It’s a time of magic and adventure. The boy-king Henry III rules an England in civil war and the Sheriff of Nottingham sees his chance to seize control. The people need a hero but who will step forward and fight for them? Join Robin Hood and Maid Marian on this rip-roaring quest suitable for families and children aged six up. AGE: 6+ TICKET PRICES AGE: 6+ TICKET PRICES Ruby Performances (Previews) £10 All Tickets Monday 11 December 10am & 1pm Tuesday 12 December 10am & 7pm   Emerald Performances £15 Full // £10 Child // £6 Schools Wednesday 13 December 10am & 1pm Thursday 14 December 10am & 1pm Monday 18 December 10am & 1pm   Diamond Performances £15 Full // £10 Child Saturday 16 December 2pm & 6pm Sunday 17 December 2pm Wednesday 20 December 2pm Thursday 21 December 2pm Friday 22 December 2pm (relaxed performance) & 7pm Saturday 23 December 2pm & 7pm Sunday 24 December 10am & 2pm  


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A musical play adapted and directed by David Wood and based on the book by Judith Kerr. The doorbell rings just as Sophie and her mummy are sitting down to tea. Who could it possibly be? What they certainly don’t expect to see at the door is a big, stripy tiger!  Following a smash-hit West End season, the tea-guzzling tiger is back on the road in this delightful family show; packed with oodles of magic, sing-a-long songs and clumsy chaos! A stunning stage adaptation of the classic tale of teatime mayhem… expect to be surprised! David Wood OBE is undisputedly the country’s leading writer and director of plays and musicals for children. His many successes include The Gingerbread Man, BFG, The Witches, Meg and Mog, Spot and Babe the Sheep Pig.  Tickets: £12.50 All Seats Running Times: 55 minutes (no interval) Age: 3+