29th September 2017 to 7th January 2018
The Natural World Centre has once again worked in partnership with artsNK to deliver the competition which aims to bring amateur photographers to Whisby to produce beautiful, uplifting photographs for the Whisby Calendar. This exhibition displays the shortlisted entries from the competition.
Start: 29th September 2017
End: 7th January 2018
30th September 2017 to 13th January 2018
Another chance to see the much loved Woolly Spires, – Knitted churches of Lincolnshire on display together at 20:21 Visual Arts Centre.
Start: 30th September 2017
End: 13th January 2018
3rd October 2017 to 26th October 2017
Stained glass lanterns created by a North Kesteven community group inspired by the churches along the Spires & Steeples arts and heritage trail.
Start: 3rd October 2017
End: 26th October 2017
21st October 2017
Using skilful puppetry, beautiful music and good old-fashioned storytelling, Much Ado About Puffin is a delightful family theatre show about stepping out into the unknown…
Start: 21st October 2017
End: 21st October 2017
Phone: 01522 883311
Cost: £7.50 /Family Ticket £26.00
26th October 2017
As part of the See & Hear project at The Nettles Green Space in Sleaford, young people aged 16 – 25 are encouraged to join historian Danny Pedler, to learn a variety of interview techniques and how to record people’s stories.
Start: 26th October 2017
28th October 2017
Capturing the essence of the season in a series of drawing exercises you will explore, line, colour, tone and mark-making with a range of exciting materials, in this artist led riverside sketch walk.
Start: 28th October 2017
End: 28th October 2017
Phone: 01529 308 710
3rd November 2017
Award Winning Jazz musician Phil Meadows is joined by the Andrew Wood Trio for this concert.
Start: 3rd November 2017
End: 3rd November 2017
Cost: £14 / Concs £12/ U16's £7.50
13th November 2017
As part of the See & Hear project at The Nettles Green Space in Sleaford, young people aged 16 – 25 are encouraged to join Electric Egg to learn how to use tablets with free software to create video clips.
Start: 13th November 2017
End: 13th November 2017
16th November 2017
Created against the background of Brexit, What Once Was Ours explores how politics and national values impact upon the complex lives of one family. Striking original music and immersive design combine to creat this powerful new production for young people.
Start: 16th November 2017
End: 16th November 2017
Cost: £12.00, Concs £10, U16s £7.50
18th November 2017
A spell-binding show about friendship and finding the way between two worlds. Malina is an Inuit girl who lives with her Grandpa in the Land of the Midnight Sun.
Start: 18th November 2017
End: 18th November 2017
Cost: £7.50/ Family Ticket : £26.00
22nd November 2017
Fusing dance and circus, in a collaboration with internationally renowned choreographer Jonathan Lunn, Joli Vyann present Imbalance.
Start: 22nd November 2017
End: 22nd November 2017
Cost: £12, Concs £10, U16s £7.50
16th December 2017
A magical family show about one boy’s quest to return a lost penguin home. Adapted from the award-winning picture book by Oliver Jeffers
Start: 16th December 2017
End: 16th December 2017
Cost: Tickets £8.50, F: £30
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