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POP OUT Festival 2018 Brochure

Posted by Laura Swain, 12th September 2018, 15:11pm

FESTIVAL BROCHURE LAUNCHED! You can find out What’s On in Lincoln during PopOut Festival 2018 by browsing our issuu version of our What’s On Magazine, featuring the festival line-up and behind-the-scenes information.  PopOut 2018 features our most ambitious programme so far and we hope you can join us for this micro-festival of art outside the ordinary!

Big Bouncing Boogie is Back!

Posted by Laura Swain, 9th August 2018, 14:33pm

  BIG BOUNCING BOOGIE will be Bounding Back to our Auditorium   Earlier this year we hosted our very first BIG BOUNCING BOOGIE. An event where your little ones get a chance to blow off some steam, have a blast on various inflatables (including an inflatable racecourse with space hoppers!!), and get a chance to get down and have a little boogie with funky music and disco lights. If you attended than you’ll know we asked you to fill out a short survey. We have taken that feedback on-board and are proud to announce that Big Bouncing Boogie is making a return this season.       Thank You for Your Feedback   We just wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for your feedback and taking the time out to fill out that survey. We understand that as a parent, time is short so we are very grateful. Some of the feedback we received related mostly to capacity and how quickly the vent sold out. This, combined with the popularity of the vent, made us rethink a few things. We obviously could not increase capacity due to health and safety reasons. We also wanted each child to be

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Thank You Phoebe!

Posted by Laura Swain, 18th May 2018, 15:05pm

It’s our Box Office Coordinator’s last day with us. Phoebe has been an integral part of the venue for so long and we are so proud to see her succeed as a freelance arts producer. We hope you will join us in wishing her well and all the best in her new ventures. Keep up to date with Phoebe’s projects here – https://phoebewallpalmer.co.uk/   It’s our Box Office Coordinator’s last day with us. Phoebe has been an integral part of the venue for so long and we are so proud to see her succeed as a freelance arts producer. We hope you will join us in wishing her all the best for the future! https://t.co/2WFWe0FFuK pic.twitter.com/KU76t1tXXI — LPAC Lincoln (@LPAC_Lincoln) May 18, 2018

Lincoln Fun Palace Donations!

Posted by Michael Woodhall, 6th October 2017, 17:22pm

Lincoln Fun Palace is just around the corner and with this being our second year taking part in the worldwide celebration, we’ve had an overwhelming number of donations for this years event. This includes a kind donation from EverythingBranded.co.uk who have designed personalised wristbands for our visitors to take away with them as a souvenir. EverythingBranded.co.uk specialise in promotional and branded products for businesses and charities around the world. They have worked with household names such as ASDA, Samsung, the NHS and ITV, supplying them with pens, clothes, mugs, keyrings and much more. Founded in 2010, the parent company Charles Alexander Distribution operates through a group of websites in the print and promotional sector in the UK and abroad. The group offers a best-price guarantee. If you find any of their 30,000 products available cheaper at another distributor they will match the price. EverythingBranded recently launched an American site, EverythingBranded.com. This site is their first site outside of the UK and it has made an excellent start.https://www.everythingbranded.com/ Paul Rowlett, EverythingBranded’s Managing Director, said: “Fun Palaces has developed into a fantastic way to get everyone involved and engaged in the community, all over the country. We were pleased to be in a

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CALL OUT – Community Project for Paines Plough’s Roundabout Theatre

Posted by Craig Morrow, 14th August 2017, 15:20pm

Lincoln Performing Arts Centre invite you to join them in making a brand-new theatre performance to be shown in the world-renowned Paines Plough Roundabout Theatre. Everything We Are will be an original piece of theatre – created over the course of just one month – by a unique ‘pop-up’ theatre company that you can be a part of. How the final piece comes together will be shaped by you and everyone who volunteers to form the company. By taking part in this project, you’ll attend a series of inspiring workshops, designed to get you thinking, creating and performing. The sessions will be led by theatre maker and performer, Rachel Baynton – co-artistic director of the critically acclaimed Proto-type Theater. These workshops will result in a one-off show, to be performed in the Roundabout as part of Lincoln Performing Arts Centre’s Pop-Out Festival 2017. Read the full Call Out here You can find out more and get involved by contacting Phoebe at pwall-palmer@lincoln.ac.uk or 01522 837600

OPENING UP THEATRE TO NEW AUDIENCES

Posted by Craig Morrow, 21st September 2015, 22:03pm

By their very nature, the arts are always evolving, finding new ways to present ideas, opinions, humour and emotions. And as a venue, we have to adopt a similar attitude; if we want to increase access and provision to contemporary work then as a venue we have to do something different to punch above the noise and excite audiences enough that they want to take a chance on the new. That’s why we will be welcoming the Roundabout Theatre to the city this month, a theatre company and a concept I became familiar with back in 2010, six months before I started at Lincoln Performing Arts Centre. I worked on a consultancy project for Paines Plough, looking at touring theatre in the regions, and it was felt that venues were struggling to afford to attract new plays, whilst touring companies often felt the theatre spaces were not the right size for the type of performances they wanted to produce. Sometimes, the problem is simply that there is not a theatre in the local town. It was from these problems that the idea of a touring theatre that could pop-up anywhere was born. I was only there for the initial conversations

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