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Across London, several people wake up, all having had an identical dream: a nightmare riddled with monsters and explosions. That morning, John suddenly returns home. No one knows where John has been, only that he has come back with a vision for change. But is this vision enough when the country is in economic exile and the Prime Minister is considering going to war in Iran? Witness a paradoxical London in this multimedia performance, based on Mike Bartlett’s play 13. This is a final year Degree show directed and performed by University of Lincoln Drama Undergraduates. Tickets: £9 Full // £7 Concessions // £5 LIVE PASS (Students & Under 26s) Start Time: 7.30pm Duration: 1 Hour 30 Mins Age Guidance: 14+


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Are you struggling to figure out your BHAG’s and calculate your net nets? Do you know the big ask but still can’t find the the sweet spot? Are you ready to EOD but aren’t sure how to quarterback? Do you need fast, come-to-Jesus decisions? Are you out of the loop? Then come and join our friendly meeting as we drill down and have a brain dump. Let us help you figure out whether to right-size the workers or give them golden handcuffs. We go beyond the pain point to reach the core competency. Listen to our elevator pitch while we open the kimono on how to ideate and become result driven. Latecomers will be executed. (Please note there will be no bio-break.) Devised by students on BA Drama & Theatre module Theatre & Performance Making II. Directed by Rob Dean. Start Time: 7.30pm Tickets: Free Duration: 45 Mins


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In 1922 Benito Mussolini rose to power and promised to restore grandeur and national identity to the Italian people. Within three years the Fascist regime was established, laying the foundations for the rise of similar dictatorships around the world – chiefly Nazism. Less than a hundred years on, the world is witnessing the resurgence of nationalism: from China to Russia, through to Hungary, Poland and Austria, and even across traditional democracies such as France, Britain and the USA, feelings of racial supremacy, xenophobia and a perverse sense of national identity have been spreading like a virus. …We Happy Few… aims to share a reflection on what the rise of nationalism and the closure of borders may entail. Devised by students on BA Drama & Theatre module Theatre & Performance Making II. Directed by Teo Ghil. Start Time: 7.30pm Tickets: Free Age: 12+ contains adult content Duration: 45 Mins


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When two parents struggle to relate to their youngest son, Isaac, they create INKA for him. INKA is the human companion, without the human commitment. She is the upgrade from the devices that you are already familiar with. INKA can build relationships, playback memories and share human emotion. Using a combination of physical theatre, multimedia and original music, INKA is a show that explores how technological advancements can help or hinder a person, a relationship and a family. But with INKA constantly developing at a rapid speed, should she be kept private, or should she join our world in mass production? Start Time: 7.30pm Tickets: £8 Full // £5 LIVE PASS (Students & Under 26s) Duration: 45 min (no interval) Age Guidance: 14+


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Today’s weapon of choice is Hydrochloric Acid. The UK now has one of the highest number of recorded acid attacks in the world, and this figure is expected to continue rising. UNFORESEEN presents: Handle With Care, a devised performance that intertwines the words of victims and attackers with physical theatre and multimedia. Imagine living a life where your family no longer recognise you and your children are scared of you. This is the life for hundreds of people across the UK. So why is acid so easily accessible within our community? Start Time: 7.30pm Tickets: £8 Full // £5 LIVE PASS (Students & Under 26s) Duration: 45 min Age Guidance: 14+


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Think Box Theatre presents The Assassination of Michael Baxter, a theatre piece which contemplates the human psyche. Using the combination of physical and narrative theatre, Think Box Theatre challenges the understanding of humanity in addition to the psychological deterioration of Michael Baxter, who is accused of murdering his best friend Rob. Feelings, vivid memories and emotions run rampant for Michael, affecting those around him, the people he trusts and those he loves. Start Time: 7.30pm Tickets: £8 Full Price // £5 LIVE PASS (Students & Under 26s) Duration: 45 Minutes (no interval) Age Guidance: 16+


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We don’t get enough sleep anymore. For the majority of your adult life you are recommended to get between 7 and 9 hours sleep per night, but who actually manages that? There are a million things that could be affecting your sleep. In their debut performance, The Truth About Bedtime…, Sherbet Lemon Theatre explore the sweet and sour of our precious sleep using the experiences of real people. This devised performance will showcase the range of weird and wonderful things that go bump in the night, from night terrors to sex dreams. Sherbet Lemon Theatre invites you to kick back and relax while you discover The Truth About Bedtime. Start Time: 7.30pm Tickets: £8 Full Price // £5 LIVE PASS (Students & Under 26s) Duration: 1 hour (no interval) Age Guidance: 16+


Mon 17th Dec - Mon 31st Dec

“Barry was a cold penguin….” Born into the long nights of the Antarctic Winter, all Barry has ever known is snow, ice and cold. So when he learns that there are warmer places in the world, he sets out on a quest to find the summer sun. But things don’t quite go to plan! A snowy adventure for ages 3 plus from the creative team behind BRRR! THE LOST POLAR BEAR and THE WINTER WHALE. Tickets: £10 Adult // £8.50 child Running Time: 50 mins (no interval) Age: 3+


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The Pretend Men Following a TOTAL SELL OUT run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2017, multi award-winning comedy trio THE PRETEND MEN are bring to Lincoln their critically acclaimed theatrical blockbuster POLICE COPS IN SPACE: an 80’s ‘low-fi sci-fi’ set in the most dangerous place on Earth…Space. Tickets: £12.50 Full // £10 Concessions Running Time: 1 hour ‘Funny, fantastic and full of adventure!!’ – Heidi, FOH


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There’s a shadow coming, across the sea. Long and terrifying. The vultures are circling, the wolves are howling… how can we weather this storm? The global economy is a mess. The crash has landed, the tide’s swept out, and it’s taken our hope with it. There’s less in our pockets and more to be spent. The rich have got richer, the middle’s squeezed tight, and the poor are being dragged ever downwards. With the true value of money and the human cost of greed firmly in their sights, tell the story of how a nation raised their voices in protest and railed against the currents. Using original text, performance, film, music and animation, is about finding strength, overcoming a world designed to keep us docile, and how collective power can move a mountain – even if only a little. The Audit was commissioned by Lincoln Performing Arts Centre, ARC (Stockton), Oxford Playhouse, Lancaster Arts at Lancaster University, hAb/ Word of Warning (Manchester) and artsdepot (London). Supported by Tramway (Glasgow), Curve (Leicester) and Arts Council England. Start Time: 7.30pm Tickets: £12.50 Full // £10.50 Concessions // £5 LIVE PASS (Students & Under 26s) Running Time: 1 hour (no interval)