30th June & 1st July – Lindsey Rural Players present “The Regina Monologues” By Rebecca Russell & Jenny Wafer
“Theatrical Digs” by Jean McConnell With kind permission of Samuel French
“The Regina Monologues”
Contains Adult Themes 18yrs+
“Divorced, beheaded, died, divorced, beheaded, survived …”
Here we have six modern women who have also married one man
Their lives are both separate from and intertwined with their Tudor sisters, they tell their stories from a room in which they all once lived
Their miscarriages, love affairs, betrayal – are portrayed with humour and pathos. And a great deal of wine
Interpolated songs by “Just Voices @ Broadbent Theatre”
A farcical battle of wits, work, agents and mobile phones between a glamorous, conceited actress and an eccentric older performer.
After a sell out night with ‘Teechers’ here last year, MJS Productions return in June with a brand new show, ‘The 69 Shades of Beige.’
This fast-moving comedy play focusses on the choices a young man can make during a life changing, coming of age trip to the dizzy heights of Spain. We see the possible outcomes on him, his geeky companion and his Mum who has trusted him with a pocketful of Euros and 2 weeks of sangria…..
This versatile cast play a whole host of characters and if anything like their previous outing will leave the audience mesmerised by their abilities and more importantly giving them a laugh about life. Everyone will see a little bit of themselves in this production and although mainly a comedy there are moments of poignancy within the story.
Following last year’ success we expect tickets to be in hot demand so make sure you book early for this production.
20th July – The Pylons
The Pylons are a 6 piece indie-pop band from Lincoln.
Formed in 2013, the band have developed, in the words of Scouting for Girls’ Roy Stride, “warm
life-affirming indie music. Beautifully crafted melodies with heartfelt lyrics and engaging vocal
In 2014 the band made appeared on the BBC introducing stage at YNOT festival and in 2016 they
played on the prestigious BBC Introducing stage at Glastonbury. Following a sold out hometown
show in January, the band took time off from playing live gigs to focus on new material which they
are excited to premiere during the summer of 2017.