Lincoln Performing Arts Centre
For the second year running TRSPA bring their show Skool’s Out For Summer ’18 to the Lincoln Performing Arts Centre. A show that’s sure to be full of great musical numbers, if you fancy a sing-a-long we recommend you see this! 1st July- 3rd July 2018. Tickets available from the LPAC box office or by calling […]
After selling out the LPAC, a 446 capacity venue, for a production of Grease on the 19 of March. Lunchtime presenters Charlie and Seb spoke to the director of the production Rachel Jay, and one of the actors: Luke Hughes, who plays Eugene.
Performed live at the Lincoln Performing Arts Centre by students from the University of Lincoln’s School of Fine and Performing Arts.
Julie Ellerby, Dominic Symonds, Charlotte Fage and Tom Watson discuss Peter Pan and more with Alex Lewczuk, Claire Margerison and Michael Blackburn in a Lincoln Performing Arts Centre Inspired Special with additional input from Andy Cook at Renaissance One.
Alex Lewczuk and Julie Ellerby catch up with latest news from Lincoln Inspired.
http://media.blubrry.com/sirenfm/p/media.sirenonline.co.uk/audio/ewellman/alice14.mp3Podcast: Download (Duration: 7:08 — 6.5MB)Subscribe: Android | RSSAbsolutely fantastic family fun is really the only way to describe Alice in Winter Wonderland. It’s only running until the 24th of December for you simply must try and see it before then. Can Alice save wonderland from the villous Jack Frost, there’s only one way to […]
http://media.blubrry.com/sirenfm/p/media.sirenonline.co.uk/audio/ewellman/RUBRA.mp3Podcast: Download (Duration: 7:45 — 7.1MB)Subscribe: Android | RSSRUDRA reverberates…a powerful force in the shape of Shiva, transitioning between peace, disturbance, love and lament. Manasamitra ressurects Indian mythology through an exciting fusion of contemporary music and dance, re-imagining the ancient for tomorrow. Choreographed by Sonia Sabri to an orignal musical score by Shri Sriram. Click […]
Ahead of their upcoming return to the Lincoln Performing Arts Centre this Thursday 20 February, Premier Stage Productions Director Nick George chats with Alex Lewczuk about the enduring appeal and fascination of these Antipodean delights.
Following on from her tremendously successful one-woman show last Autumn , Director and Academic Lisa Gaughan looks ahead to her latest interpretation of `The History Boys` as originally written by Alan Bennett and launching at the Lincoln Performing Arts centre on Thursday Feb 13th www.lpac.co.uk Lisa talks to Siren FM’s Alex Lewczuk.
http://media.blubrry.com/sirenfm/p/media.sirenonline.co.uk/audio/acafferkey/fen.mp3Podcast: Download (Duration: 10:27 — 9.6MB)Subscribe: Android | RSSFor the past two years Dan Canham has been capturing conversations with people of the fens of East Anglia. In this thereal piece of dance-theatre Dan and his team fuse movement and sound with the words and memories of their native collaborators to get to the heart […]