Theatres in Lincoln
Welcome to the Lincoln theatre guide, book theatre tickets, find out what's on and all theatre information for The Platform, Engine Shed, Lincolnshire Showground, Lincoln Theatre Royal, Lincoln Castle, Lincoln Alive, Lincoln Drill Hall, Lincoln Medieval Bishops' Palace, Lincoln Performing Arts Centre, Witham St Hughs Village Hall.
Lincoln Theatre Royal - Lincoln
The New Theatre Royal is in the heart of Lincoln. This intimate 481 seater venue plays host to a wide spectrum of performing arts including ballet, opera, drama, comedy, tribute bands, pantomime and more so there is something for everyone.
Engine Shed - Lincoln
The Engine Shed opened in 2006, and is the largest live music and entertainment facility in Lincoln. It is located at the University of Lincoln and is operated by the students who study their.
Lincoln Drill Hall - Lincoln
Lincoln Drill Hall is a recently refurbished and modernised entertainment venue in the British city of Lincoln. Its main auditorium has a maximum capacity of around 500 and it has hosted various bands - Buzzcocks, The Damned, Stiff Little Fingers and The Subways being notable examples. It also acts as a cafe with a seating area inside during the day. It also hosts the Lincoln Beer Festival each year.
The Terry O'Tool Theatre - Lincoln
The Terry O'Toole Theatre is a Multi-functional performing arts venue. Its initial conception was and remains a collaboration between North Kesteven School, A Specialist School for the Performing Arts Lincolnshire County Council and the North Kesteven District Council.
The Broadbent Theatre - Lincoln
The Broadbent Theatre is a unique 100 seat theatre in Wickenby, Lincolnshire and is the home of the Lindsey Rural Players. It is an excellent venue for touring theatre companies. The Broadbent is a Rural Touring Scheme venue with a wide range of in-house and touring productions.
Robin Hood Theatre - Lincoln
The Robin Hood Theatre is a small public theatre situated in the countryside close to Newark on Trent in Nottinghamshire. It was built in 1913 and became a public theatre in 1961. Seating 150, the theatre maintains the reputation of producing professional, high standard entertainment.