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LPAC Autumn Season Brochure 2009

  2. 2. WELCOME! Welcome to this autumn’s fantastic programme of drama, dance and music at the Lincoln Performing Arts Centre. We are sure you will not be able to resist some of the great talents we have lined up for you, including Steven Berkoff, Guy Masterson, Jasmin Vardimon, Banxy and Dan Kitson. For the first time we have cinema and family shows and we welcome back the hugely successful Lincoln Comedy Save money Festival. With classics from Shakespeare and Dylan Thomas alongside exciting emerging talents of Pilot Theatre and 2Faced Dance and our renowned International Concerts with LPAC Series, take your time reading through this brochure to make sure don’t miss any of these great shows. 2009 Autumn This season sees the launch of ‘Single’s’, 5 one man shows including a celebration of the life of Eric Morecambe in ‘The Ticket Deals... Man What Brought Us Sunshine’. The drama season opens with Samuel Beckett’s ‘Krapps Last Tape’ - one man play inspired by and performed originally by Patrick Magee. We ‘Singles’ proudly welcome back Jasmin Vardimon with her celebrated Buy all 4 performances and production ‘Justitia’. get a ticket for Steven LOOK FOR Our fabulous children’s summer show ‘The Tiger that Came Berkoff’s ‘Shakespeare’s SHOWS to Tea’ is followed this autumn by the much anticipated WITH THIS Christmas run of ‘We’re Going on a Bear Hunt’. Our other Villains’ for just £10. STAR family shows including How Cold My Toes by the award Tickets for ALL 5 ‘Singles’ winning Travelling Light which takes young audiences on a magical journey through the seasons, and ‘The Forest’ a One Man Shows for just £50. thrilling new performance for 5 to 7 year olds. Enjoy the Show!! Dance Matt Aston Get a ticket for ALL 4 Dance shows LPAC Artistic Programmer for the price of 3. 4 Dance shows for £30. 02 This offer is only redeemable from the Engine Shed and LPAC Box Office open Monday to Friday 10am until 4pm. The offer is available to tickets bought within the same price bracket, ie ALL Full price or ALL concession. Cover photo by Merlin Hendy. Tilted Productions - see page 15. Design: Tom Partridge
  3. 3. 03 FRI 2 OCT LINCOLN COMEDY FESTIVAL PRESENTS RICHARD HERRING AND ANDREW COLLINS COMEDY PODCAST LIVE! + STAND UP Unscripted, unrehearsed, unabashed. Richard Herring and Andrew Collins with intellectual, puerile, needlessly offensive, improvised banter. It will be 1 hour, six minutes and 36 seconds of totally improvised nonsense, but in a theatre, rather than Rich’s attic. If that wasn’t enough there will also be a first half of solo sets from Andrew Collins (Mark Kermode’s stunt double and bestselling author of “Where Did Everything Go Right?”) and Richard Herring (star of Fist of Fun and award winning stand up comedian). Don’t miss out on the chance to see the rudest and most hilarious podcast in the country, recorded live on poor quality equipment in front of your astonished face. Downloadable from iTunes. ‘The spirit of Derek and Clive’ Guardian Doors 7.15pm / Show 8pm Tickets: £10 This event is Strictly for persons 16 years and older.
  4. 4. LINCOLN COMEDY SAT 3 OCT 5PM FESTIVAL ‘SUCK IT FLUID THINKING PRESENTS: AND SEE WEEKEND’ Sponsored by Lincoln Business Improvement Group & Lincolnshire Co-operative @ LPAC MATT FORDE, DANNY MCLOUGHLIN & CHRIS STOKES • Tickets: £7 Full Price/ £5 Concessions • Buy tickets for 2 shows and get a 3rd show FREE Join 3 of the best new acts around for • Suck it and See Saturday or Sunday tickets for all the an hour of non stop laughs, gags and fun on that day for just £25 hilarious tales. Matt Forde (BBC Includes the Saturday Milton Jones show, 6Music & Radio 5Live), Chris Stokes or Sunday Mitch Benn show at the Lincoln Drill Hall ‘very smart….very skilful….a gag Ticket offers available only from Engine Shed and LPAC Box Office at each step’ Chortle 08 & Danny All Suck it and See performances are Strictly for McLoughlin (Big Value Comedy persons 16 years and older. Showcase, Edinburgh Festival 09). SAT 3 OCT 2PM SAT 3 OCT 3.30PM SAT 3 OCT 6.30 PM CHARLIE CHUCK GARY DELANEY PEACOCK & GAMBLE ‘CHARLIE CHUCK, ‘THERE WILL BE JOKES’ UNCLE PETER AND ME’ Join Ray Peacock and Ed Gamble for ‘unremittingly vicious comic Gary a cracking double bill stand up Spend an hour in the company of Delaney, master of the one-liner’ comedy show. Ed will go on stage Reeves and Mortimer’s cult sidekick. The Scotsman first and do some of his jokes for a bit, A tour de farce. Music, magic and and then Ray will come on after and mayhem. Anything can happen when 'Taut, brilliant one-liners. Delaney do his jokes for a bit longer, because Charlie Chuck is in town. was worth the price of admission he is the older one. And don’t worry alone' Chortle that there will be an awkward ‘A masterpiece of oddity’ atmosphere, because they know each The Scotsman Gary Delaney is preparing for his other already and are great mates. debut Edinburgh show in 2010. He Look, they even do a podcast together ‘Unpredictable. Wilful, painfully thinks’ most shows don't have enough - the Peacock and Gamble Podcast funny. See him!’ Sunday Times actual jokes in. That certainly won't be (their surnames), which is available for the case here. The structure is a 'work free on iTunes. in progress' but the jokes are already gleaming. ‘Crude, loud and bladder- poppingly funny…’ 04 Evening Standard
  5. 5. 05 SUN 4 OCT 2PM SUN 4 OCT 3.30PM JOSIE LONG PAUL SINHA Josie Long is only in her mid twenties An If.comedy nominee at the 2006 and has already won numerous Edinburgh Festival and also a Chortle awards for her stand up and appeared Award Best Headliner nominee in on Radio & TV shows such as Skins 2009, Paul’s witty and intelligent (C4), Never Mind The Buzzcocks brand of comedy is much in demand (BBC2), Big Brothers Big Mouth (E4), around the world; on stage, radio and Four on the Floor (R4) and Switch television. (R1). Come and spend an hour being charmed listening to obsessive and ‘Well on the way to earning ridiculous stories by one of the himself a place in the pantheon of country’s most loveable stand ups. comedy greats’ The Scotsman Awards - Best Breakthrough Act Award Winner 2007, SUN 4 OCT 5PM SUN 4 OCT 6.30PM and If.Comedy Newcomer Award winner 2006. PAPPY’S FUN CLUB’S JASON COOK ‘FEAR’ WORLD RECORD ATTEMPT: ‘In the macho world of comedy, 200 SKETCHES IN AN HOUR Jason this year looks at “Fear”. It’s all Josie Long is a breath of fresh air’ around us, it can dictate our lives, but The Scotsman Fresh from Channel 4 and a critically it can also open up a door to a realm acclaimed tour of Great Britain and of hilarious admissions that most of us Ireland, ‘the funniest sketch troupe keep inside. Following on the back of on the Fringe’ (Scotsman, Aug 08) two sold out world tours, multiple five return to take Edinburgh, and the star reviews the stories in “Fear” take record books, by storm. place all over the globe, making for an epic tale of one man’s journey through In 2007 they were nominated for the his own psychological minefield. If.comedy award. In 2008 they won Chortle Best Sketch Act, performed in As always Jason’s shows are designed Australia and had their own shows on to make you FEEL something. By Channel 4 and Radio 4. In 2009 they addressing his own fears Jason hopes attempt the impossible. to ‘show people that we are not alone, that we are all as odd as 200 sketches. 60 minutes. 1 World each other. Failing that I’ll just end Record. Heroic attempt, or spectacular up looking like a freak for an hour folly? Whether they succeed or fail, it’s as people stare at me trying to ‘the perfect way to spend an hour’ explain why I am the way I am’ (EdFest magazine, Aug 08).
  6. 6. 06 SAT 3 OCT LINCOLN COMEDY FESTIVAL PRESENTS: MILTON’S PARADISE JONES! Stuff and nonsense from the star of seven series for Radio 4, (most recently SAT OCT 17 Versatile singer/organist John Another Case of Milton Jones) Allsorts Shuttleworth travels to the Channel of TV appearances too. ‘Sultan of the surreal’ The Guardian. Caution: FILM: Islands to discover if it’s “Soft down contains weak language SOUTHERN SOFTIES South”. Filmed by John’s neighbour, Ken Worthington on his camcorder, PLUS QUESTION AND ANSWER then later - when Ken gets fed up and Doors 7.15pm / Show 8pm decides to go sunbathing - by a Tickets: £12 Show: 8pm All tickets: £8.50 professional crew - Shuttleworth This event is Strictly for persons meets a host of fascinating people, 16 years and older. and one or two boring ones. But are they Southern Softies? With special guest Martin Parr.The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the director Graham Fellows. LIKE THIS? WHY NOT TRY OUR NEW FILM SCHEDULE SEE PAGE 18
  7. 7. 07 TUES 27 OCT PLUCK: THE SPECIALISTS COMEDY Directed by Cal McCrystal The three most stupid musicians in the world have been invited to perform at last! Highly strung violinist Yarlsberg has designs on the perfect concert and ever enthusiastic Mr Abanathie aims to please with a variety of instruments. Meanwhile, budget celebrity Kadifachi’s surprisingly passionate relationship with her cello threatens to hijack the entire performance… Join pluck in their hilarious new show of classical buffoonery - String Trio meets Marx Brothers! ‘Gloriously funny’ The Scotsman Doors 8pm Tickets: £10 / £7 concessions WED 4 NOV DANIEL KITSON Everyone you have ever known will die. Everybody needs something to hold And so will you. when it gets dark, so who am I, who are any of us, to point at anything and And yet we dance in the looming call it facile or redundant or stupid or shadows of mortality, we dance and we rubbish? talk and we eat and we argue. We read books. We care for people. We buy Even when it quite clearly is. houses. We plant trees and we start to drive and we learn how to make milk A new stand up show about finding frothy. Because something, somewhere something important in an ocean of in the middle of it all has to matter. As twaddle. our seconds and minutes and days slip by, something has to be important. And Doors 7pm / Show 8pm who are we to giggle and point and £10 sneer at what others have found to care about? Who is to say what is beneath This event is Strictly for persons us, what is not worthy of our hearts? 16 years and older.
  8. 8. TUES 6 & WEDS 7 OCT LAKESIDE AND YORK THEATRE ROYAL PRESENTS KRAPP’S LAST TAPE On the occasion of his birthday, Krapp reviews his life and listens to tape recordings he has made decades earlier, when he was young and in his prime. He listens to the promises he made and the fruition to which they came... As he listens to his past, to these days gone by, all categorised and coded by spool, he begins to face the realisation that he has wasted his life, a life that now approaches its end. Krapp’s realisation becomes increasingly poignant as he begins to record his last tape… ‘This one man show is a triumph for Taylor, proving beyond doubt his power to hold an audience’ The Stage on Krapp’s Last Tape in 2003 Directed by Matt Aston Designed by Mark Walters Lighting Design by James Farncombe Sound Design by Paul Stear Performance 8pm DRAMA Tickets: £10 Full Price / £7 Concessions 08
  9. 9. 09 SAT 10 OCT FRI 23 & SAT 24 OCT THEATRE TOURS INTERNATIONAL & FEATHER PRODUCTIONS THE WINTERS TALE by William Shakespeare PRESENTS Directed by Simon Godwin MORECAMBE A Schtanhaus/Nuffield Theatre THE MAN WHAT BROUGHT US SUNSHINE Southampton Co-Production PART OF THE in association with Headlong ‘SINGLES’ SEASON ‘Prepare for more amazement’ by Tim Whitnall Directed by Guy Masterson The Winter’s Tale combines the tightly Starring Bob Golding plotted excitement of a thriller with the mythic beauty of a fairytale. Sweeping Commemorating the 25th anniversary of across continents and generations, it has his untimely final curtain, MORECAMBE charmed audiences for 450 years and is celebrates the extraordinary life of Britain’s now imagined afresh in this bold and best loved comic - Eric Morecambe. contemporary new production. Headlong Featuring the multi-talented Bob Golding - Theatre, Nuffield Theatre Southampton who could have been born to play Eric - and Schtanhaus are thrilled to be penned by the brilliant Tim Whitnall and collaborating with a directed by solo-maestro Guy Masterson, team of highly-acclaimed theatre- MORECAMBE is a must see for all fans of makers on this humane and classic British comedy. Come laugh, come magical masterpiece. cry, and celebrate “the tall one with glasses” who had that twinkle in his eye Performances Fri and Sat 8pm and shared it with us all. Matinee performance Sat 2pm Tickets: £10 Full Price / ‘...hits all the right notes, and £7 Concessions almost in the right order’ LIKE THIS? WHY NOT TRY: The Guardian **** LINCOLN COMEDY FESTIVAL SEE PAGE 4 Performance 8pm Tickets: £10 Full Price / £7 Concessions
  10. 10. TUES 3 NOV TUES 17 & WEDS 18 NOV GUY MASTERSON & TTI PRESENTS PILOT THEATRE IN ASSOCIATION WITH YORK THEATRE ROYAL ANIMAL FARM PRESENT PART OF THE ‘SINGLES’ SEASON THE FEVER CHART By George Orwell Three Visions of the Middle East Adapted by Guy Masterson by Naomi Wallace Performed by Gary Shelford Directed by Katie Posner Directed by Tony Boncza and Marcus Romer Designed by Catherine Chapman Gary Shelford's magnificent solo performance of Orwell's classic satire ‘...reminds us why we need theatre has to be seen to be believed! Using at a time like this, what the nothing but a wooden box, some playwright can achieve that the amazing sound effects and brilliant journalist cannot.?’ The Guardian physical and vocal dexterity, Shelford ignites this famous yarn bringing a The Fever Chart tells three distinct but modern sinister relevence to Orwell's thematically related stories which masterwork leaving an indelible inprint explore the possibility of humanity in the in the consciousness. Hilariously comic most inhumane conditions. In settings and powerfully poignant by turns, which range from a Zoo in Rafah, Shelford's breathtaking storytelling Palestine to a hospital in Tel Aviv to a creates the farmyard around you in yard in Iraq, the play draws us into a 110 minutes of utterly compelling world of war, high emotion and gestures theatre. This is a must see of feeling with poetic storytelling of the performance for all ages. If you've most engaging nature. never seen or read Animal Farm, this is the show for you, and if you have, then This award winning company is also see this... you won't believe it! offering workshops and further education resources to accompany this ‘A brilliant adaptation which production. For further information or to delights with its physical grace and make a workshop booking please artistry. It's complex and entirely contact Pilot directly, mail theatrical; a combination of bravura or call acting and poetic storytelling which 01904 635755. milks new nuance and meaning!’ The Scotsman Performance 8pm Tickets: £10 Full Price / Performance 7:30pm £7 Concessions Tickets: £10 Full Price / £7 Concessions 10
  11. 11. 11 THURS 26 NOV BREAKING CYCLES AND BENJI REID PRESENT DRAMA THE DEVIL HAS QUENTIN’S HEART PART OF THE ‘SINGLES’ SEASON Devised and Written by Benji Reid, Peader Kirk and Ray Shell Based on characters from the novel ‘Iced’ by Ray Shell Directed By Peader Kirk Performed By Benji Reid Musical Composition and Performance By Andrew Wong and John Ellis Benji Reid returns to the stage with an explosive new production from Breaking Cycles. Riding on a roller coaster to redemption Benji performs a rich cocktail of guilt and fear, exploring the stark realism of substance abuse and fractured relationships. The Devil Has Quentin’s Heart is a modern day tragedy presented as a twisted, funky and perverse musical that explodes the nature of performance, storytelling and dance. Performance 8pm Tickets: £10 Full Price / £7 Concessions
  12. 12. SAT 28 NOV Dylan Thomas’ timeless masterwork is brought vividly to life in an THEATRE TOURS INTERNATIONAL astonishingly brilliant solo performance. PRESENTS Guy Masterson’s internationally acclaimed one-man interpretation has UNDER MILK WOOD been seen from Swansea to the West PART OF THE End, Trinidad to New Zealand, Hong ‘SINGLES’ SEASON Kong to Calcutta, enchanting audiences wherever it has played. All 69 ebullient By Dylan Thomas inhabitants of “Llareggub” are performed by Guy Masterson beautifully recreated in an amazing feat directed by Tony Boncza (with original of memory and virtuosity. It’s bawdy direction by George Dillon) and beautiful, sad and sensual and, original music and Soundscape through the music of language, Guy by Matt Clifford Masterson creates indelible, unforgettable images of humanity. If TIMELESS MASTERPIECE BROUGHT TO you’ve never seen Under Milk Wood VIVID LIFE! before, this is perhaps the ultimate 12 Performance 8pm rendition. Don’t miss it! Tickets: £10 Full Price / £7 Concessions ‘It’s a feat of multiple characterisation impeccable timing, vocal dexterity and precise physical control, performed with tremendous sensitivity and panache!’ The Guardian
  13. 13. 13 TUES 8 DEC STEVEN BERKOFF’S EAST PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS DRAMA SHAKESPEARE’S VILLAINS PART OF THE ‘SINGLES’ SEASON A MASTERCLASS IN EVIL Once again Steven Berkoff holds the stage alone - this time with his exploration and analysis of Shakespeare’s most villainous characters: Iago, the Macbeths, Shylock, Richard III… Characters who are inherently evil, others whose situation leads them to evil deeds, others at the mercy of an evil society. Incisive insights into the psyche give way to Shakespeare’s own words which explode into the auditorium from one of the UK’s most formidable and maverick talents. Renowned throughout the world as actor, writer and director, Berkoff is known to many for the villains he has played in mainstream films- Octopussy, Beverly Hills Cop, Rambo and The Krays. He brings this experience to Shakespeare’s characters in a way that challenges and exhilarates. ‘A maverick with an awesome stage presence’ Daily Telegraph Shakespeare’s Villains has enjoyed a successful West End run and has toured extensively overseas. Performance 8pm Tickets: £15 Full Price / £12 Concessions
  14. 14. 14 Photo by Merlin Hendy TUES 13 OCT In a film-like replay of events, the FRI 16 OCT audience will witness the action from JASMIN VARDIMON PRESENTS different perspectives - at the crime TILTED PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS scene, in the court house, inside an JUSTITIA intimate group therapy room - revealing TRAPPED new realities as a series of secrets Directed & Choreographed by unfold. The new dance theatre piece by Jasmin Vardimon award-winning choreographer Maresa Punctuated with provocative and von Stockert. ‘One of the most Following the huge success of insightful humour, Justitia treats us to intriguing talents in British dance Yesterday, Jasmin Vardimon Vardimon’s unique brand of highly theatre’ Metro (Associate Artist of Sadler’s Wells) acute physical theatre performed by a Unfolding like a film, TrAPPED tells the returns with her celebrated production, company of eight international dancers. stories of five characters caught up in a Justitia; a narrative-driven piece of Fiercely athletic, daring and beautifully surreal Kafkaesque landscape. In our physical dance theatre that delves into detailed, this production delivers a surveillance-obsessed times, the depths of our justice system. generous mix of energetic dance, a TrAPPED explores notions of personal sharp script and exhilarating music. freedom. Specially-composed music, Theatrically staged on an impressive spoken word, contemporary mime and revolving set, Justitia invites the ‘Terrific. Stylishly designed, vividly striking choreography are woven into audience on an investigative journey as played’ The Guardian an exceptional and pertinent it unravels the multiple truths concealed audiovisual experience. With Tilted's behind a gripping crime story. Contains material of an adult usual 'stunning visual effect... wit nature. Suitable for ages 14+. and imagination' (The Stage), a tragicomic world, both poetic and dark, DANCE Performance 8pm comes alive on stage. Tickets: £10 Full Price / TrAPPED is supported by Arts Council England, £7 Concessions Mercury Theatre Colchester and Laban Theatre. See the TrAPPED trailer at LIKE THIS? WHY NOT TRY: THE DEVIL HAS QUENTIN’S HEART SEE PAGE 11 Performance 8pm Tickets: £10 Full Price / £7 Concessions
  15. 15. 15 PHOTO: CHRIS NASH TUES 20 OCT DANCE 2FACED DANCE PRESENTS STILL BREATHING After the critical acclaim and sell out success of previous production ‘State of Matter’, the award winning 2FaCeD DaNcE return with a highly charged, gritty new work, choreographed by Artistic Director Tamsin Fitzgerald. Stunning athleticism, explosive abstract breaking and masculine vulnerability combine in a piece which explores the space we occupy. Set to an PHOTO: IRVEN LEWIS electrifyingly intense and specially commissioned score this is an hour of SAT NOV 21 Banxy presents his new solo piece unstoppable seemingly impossible Ikky Wakk, KnoLove Productions movement performed by the all male BANXY, KNOLOVE PRODUCTIONS presents their solo Cool Rules and the company described as ‘A force to be & MAKIN PROJECTS PRESENT whole evening will be topped off with a reckoned with’ **** Scotsman. brand new two hander Adventures in ADVENTURES Anti-Cool featuring Banxy and Curtis ‘An awe inspiring experience’ Metro ‘Top ten dance’ The Times IN ANTI-COOL James of KnoLove. Three knock-out and very individual Hip Produced in association with Swindon Dance Hop theatre performances in the same and The Albany. evening! Performance 8pm Tickets: £10 Full Price / Performance 8pm £7 Concessions Tickets: £10 Full Price / £7 Concessions
  16. 16. KIDS FRI 13 & SAT 14 NOV A FEVERED SLEEP/ FUEL PRODUCTION CREATED BY FEVERED SLEEP THE FOREST Choreography David Harradine Direction David Harradine & Sam Butler Design Ali Beale, David Harradine A thrilling new performance for 5 to 7 & Sam Butler year olds, combining dance, images, Lighting Hansjörg Schmidt sound and light. Music Jamie McCarthy SAT 5 DEC & SUN 6 DEC Produced by Fuel There is a place at the very heart of Commissioned by Lyric, Hammersmith TRAVELLING LIGHT, BRISTOL the forest. A place where things are Developed at Sadler’s Wells and Young Vic OLD VIC AND BIRMINGHAM REP: Supported by The Corn Exchange, Newbury not quite what they seem. People become animals, birds become music, through its Evolve programme HOW COLD MY TOES wood becomes water, leaves become light. Everything moves (can you hear Award winning Travelling Light pack a ‘A luminous production, it?), everything changes (can you see year into one enchanting hour in HOW wordless and freeform that it?). It’s all around you. It’s full of COLD MY TOES. The team that brought holds the children fascinated in adventure. It’s bursting with life. you SHADOW PLAY join forces with its grasp’ **** dance company Champloo to take Time Out on Brilliant 2008 It’s the forest. young audiences on a magical journey Please note There is a specific through the seasons. From the seed- The company that created Brilliant and capacity for children and sprouting vitality of spring to the frosty And the Rain Falls Down invites you to accompanying adults: 56 children frozen fingers of winter, this wordless a surprising new performance, that will and 36 adults for PUBLIC SHOWS mix of performance, music, and dance take you somewhere unlike anywhere (total 92), 70 children and 22 adults will captivate and delight the very you’ve ever been… for SCHOOLS SHOWS (total 92). youngest children and their families. These ratios ensure that each child can sit alongside the stage and enjoy ‘It takes real skill and guts to an intimate, engaging experience. produce work for children like this’ The Guardian 16 SCHOOL PERFORMANCES Friday 13 10.30am and 1:30pm, Performances 12pm and 3pm PUBLIC PERFORMANCES Tickets: £5 FAMILY Sat 14 12:30pm and 3:30pm Tickets: £5 For everyone over 2
  17. 17. 17 FAMILY KENNY WAX LTD AND NICK BROOKE LTD PRESENT DIRECT FROM THE WEST END TUES 15 DEC - THURS 24 DEC Michael Rosen’s award-winning book Performances: (NO SHOW DEC 21) We’re Going On A Bear Hunt is • Tues Dec 15 to Thu Dec 17 brought vividly and noisily to the stage 10:30am and 1:30pm WE’RE GOING ON in director Sally Cookson’s fun-filled • Fri Dec 18 10:30am A BEAR HUNT adaptation set to Benji Bower’s • Sat Dec 19 and Sun Dec 20 versatile lively score. 12pm and 3pm We’re going to the theatre • Mon Dec 21 - day off We’re going to see a Bear Hunt Join our intrepid adventurers on their • Tues Dec 22nd and Wed Dec 23 What a beautiful play! quest to find a bear; as they wade 12pm and 3pm We’re not scared.... through the gigantic swishy swashy • Thurs Dec 24 12pm grass, the splishy splashy river and the Adapted from the picture book written thick oozy, squelchy mud! Expect SCHOOL PERFORMANCES by Michael Rosen and illustrated by catchy songs, interactive scenes and Tues 15 - Fri 18 Dec Helen Oxenbury plenty of hands-on adventure - plus a few special surprises! Tickets: £9 Family Ticket for 4 ‘A perfect mini-adventure... available for £32. Discounts available ingenious’ Daily Mail Watch the official trailer online at for Group bookings of 10 people or more. ‘A fun-filled frolic’ The Guardian For children aged 3 and above. Running time: Approx. 55 minutes
  18. 18. FILM SUN 27 SEPT 7PM SUN 15 NOV 7PM THE DARK LOOKING FOR ERIC 15 KNIGHT 12A Eric Bishop is a man down on his luck. His life With the help of Lieutenant Jim Gordon and partner is released from prison but chooses not District Attorney Harvey Dent, Batman sets out to to come home, his step-sons are entering the dismantle the remaining criminal organizations world of gangsters and the underworld and his that plague the city. The partnership proves to be daughter, who has recently given birth, asks her effective, but they are soon prey to a reign of father to reconnect with her mother, his chaos unleashed by a rising criminal mastermind estranged wife who he abandoned years before. known to the terrified citizens of Gotham as The Through a series of aphorisms peculiar to him, Joker. the footballer-philosopher will help remorse- ridden desperate Eric Bishop to get by. SUN 11 OCT 7PM SUN 29 NOV 7PM GREASE PG When wholesome good girl Sandy and greaser BRUNO 18 renegade Danny fall in love over the summer, Brüno, a gay Austrian fashion guru with his own they never expect to see each other again. But fashion based television show, Funkyzeit, when they both discover that they're now disgraces himself in front of his Funkyzeit fan attending the same high school, social base, and is ruined in German speaking Europe. differences challenge their romance. He embarks on a quest for worldwide fame, moving to Los Angeles to reinvent himself accompanied by Lutz, his former assistant's MON 19 OCT 7PM assistant, and the only person who still believes in Brüno's greatness. Brüno goes through one THE COLOUR reinvention of himself to another, straying to PURPLE PG areas far removed from his own self with hilarious consequences. Based on a Pulitzer Prize winning novel by Alice Walker. Set in the southern USA during the early 20th Century the life story of Celie Harris, a young African American girl from an SUN 6 DEC 7PM impoverished background. Following her turbulent childhood the film follows her through TIM BURTON’S the turmoil of her life. THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS PG SAT 31 OCT 7PM & 10PM Jack Skellington, the pumpkin king of Halloween Town, is bored with doing the same ROCKY HORROR thing every year for Halloween. One day he 18 PICTURE SHOW 15 stumbles into Christmas Town, and is so taken In the straight-laced world of newly wed couple with the idea of Christmas that he tries to get Brad and Janet nothing can prepare them for the resident bats, ghouls, and goblins of the events that follow as their car breaks down Halloween Town to help him put on Christmas in the rain. As they look for help they stumble instead of Halloween. across the castle of Dr. Frank-N-Furter. With Transylvanian dances and the creation by Dr Frank-N-Furter of his own man the All tickets £3 - available on the door or in performance calls for audience participation advance from the Engine Shed and LPAC and the opportunity to come attired to rival the Box Office. costumes on screen. IMAGES FROM TOP: THE DARK KNIGHT, GREASE, THE COLOUR PURPLE, ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW, LOOKING FOR ERIC, BRUNO, TIM BURTON’S NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS
  19. 19. 19 TICKETS & VENUE INFORMATION BUYING TICKETS PAYMENT METHODS REFUNDS AND EXCHANGES All ticket outlets accept credit/debit Tickets cannot be refunded or Tickets are available card and cash. Please note: exchanged, please ensure all tickets Transaction fees apply per ticket when purchased are for events you wish to Online: purchasing with a credit/debit card attend. This service is provided by an external from the Engine Shed and LPAC Box ticket agent. Postage fees may apply. Office or LPAC Event Box Office. ACCESSIBILITY The Box Office, Café Bar and Over the phone: TICKET COLLECTION Auditorium are all ground floor 0844 888 4414 All tickets purchased over the phone or accessible, there is also a lift provided This service is provided by an external online will be available for collection for access to the Gallery and Studios 1, ticket agent. Postage Fees may apply. from the LPAC event Box Office. 2 and 3. The Auditorium has several We do not sell tickets over the phone Both the LPAC Event Box Office and spaces available within the main from the venue or the Engine Shed and the LPAC Event Bar open 1 hour before auditorium for wheelchairs. Should you LPAC Box Office. each performance for ticket purchase, wish to reserve a wheelchair space, ticket collections and pre-performance with or without an adjoining seat for a In person: at the Engine Shed and refreshments. companion, please contact the LPAC LPAC Box Office open Monday to enquiry line on 01522 837 600. Any Friday 10am until 4pm and located in SEAT ALLOCATIONS members of the audience with hearing the Tower Bar Foyer in the Engine Please note: LPAC operates allocated difficulties should make their Shed, opposite the Lincolnshire Echo seating for all events. requirements made to the Box Office Building on Brayford Wharf East. Staff on the night of the performance to Customers purchasing in person from GROUP BOOKINGS gain access to the Auditorium induction the Engine Shed and LPAC Box Office For all bookings for groups 10 and loop system. are able to, should they wish, chose more please contact the LPAC enquiry their seats. line 01522 837 600. PARKING Parking for all LPAC ticket holders is Please note: Seats on sale both over CONCESSIONS available in the University of Lincoln the phone and online are provided on a Concessions are available to students, Car Park from 4.30pm on weekdays “best seat” availability. If you wish to senior citizens (over 60’s), children and all day at weekends. Parking is choose specific seats, tickets must be under 16 and those in receipt of also available at St Marks car park purchased in person at the Engine invalidity or severe disablement opposite the Brayford Campus, Shed & LPAC Box Office. Seat selection allowance. Companions to any disabled Ropewalk entrance. service is not available from our online ticket holders are also entitled to or over the phone service. reduced rate tickets. Please be advised that while these concessions are the policy of LPAC, neither LPAC nor the University of Lincoln can guarantee these concessions for events promoted by external parties.
  20. 20. DATE TIME EVENT Sun 6 Sept 4pm International Piano Series: John Lill • Sun 27 Sept 4pm International Concert Series: Carducci String Quartet • Sun 27 Sept 7pm Film: The Dark Knight • Fri 2 Oct 8pm Collins & Herring Podcast Live! + Stand Up • Sat 3 Oct 2pm Charlie Chuck ‘Charlie Chuck, Uncle Peter and Me’ • Sat 3 Oct 3.30pm Gary Delaney ‘There Will Be Jokes’ • Sat 3 Oct 5pm Matt Forde, Danny McLoughlin & Chris Stokes • Sat 3 Oct 6:30pm Peacock and Gamble • Sat 3 Oct 8pm Milton’s Paradise Jones! • Sun 4 Oct 2pm Josie Long • Sun 4 Oct 3.30pm Paul Sinha • Sun 4 Oct 5pm Pappy’s Fun Club’s World Record Attempt: 200 Sketches in an Hour • Sun 4 Oct 6.30pm Jason Cook ‘FEAR’ • Tues 6 Oct 8pm Krapp’s Last Tape • Wed 7 Oct 8pm Krapp’s Last Tape • Sat 10 Oct 8pm Morecombe • Sun 11 Oct 7pm Film: Grease • Tues 13 Oct 8pm Jasmin Vardimon Presents: Justicia • Sat 17 Oct 8pm Film: Southern Softies plus Q+A with Graham Fellows • Fri 16 Oct 8pm TrAPPED • Sun 18 Oct 4pm International Concert Series: Matthew Barley, cello & Julian Joseph, jazz piano • Mon 19 Oct 7pm Film: The Colour Purple • Tues 20 Oct 8pm 2FaCeD DaNcE present: Still Breathing • Fri 23 Oct 8pm The Winters Tale • Sat 24 Oct 2pm and 8pm The Winters Tale • Tues 27 Oct 8pm PLUCK: The Specialists • Sat 31 Oct 7pm and 10pm Film: Rocky Horror Picture Show • Tues 3 Nov 8pm Animal Farm • Wed 4 Nov 8pm Daniel Kitson • Sun 8 Nov 4pm International Concert Series: Graham Oppenheimer: 50 not out • Fri 13 Nov 10.30am and 1:30pm The Forest • Sat 14 Nov 12pm and 3:30pm The Forest • Sun 15 Nov 7pm Film: Looking For Eric • Tues 17 Nov 8pm The Fever Chart • Weds 17 Nov 8pm The Fever Chart • Sat 21 Nov 8pm Adventures in Anti-Cool • Thurs 26 Nov 8pm The Devil Has Quentin’s Heart • Sat 28 Nov 8pm Under Milk Wood • Sun 29 Nov 7pm Film: Bruno • Sun 29 Nov 4pm International Piano Series: Noriko Ogawa • Sat 5 Dec 12pm and 3pm How Cold My Toes • Sun 6 Dec 12pm and 3pm How Cold My Toes • Sun 6 Dec 7pm Film: Nightmare Before Christmas • Tues 8 Dec 8pm Shakespeare’s Villains • Tues 15 Dec 10:30pm and 1:30pm We’re Going On A Bear Hunt • Wed 16 Dec 10:30 am and 1:30pm We’re Going On A Bear Hunt • Thur 17 Dec 10:30 am and 1:30pm We’re Going On A Bear Hunt • Fri 18 Dec 10:30am We’re Going On A Bear Hunt • Sat 19 Dec 12pm and 3pm We’re Going On A Bear Hunt • Sun 20 Dec 12pm and 3pm We’re Going On A Bear Hunt • Tues 22 Dec 12pm and 3pm We’re Going On A Bear Hunt • Wed 23 Dec 12pm and 3pm We’re Going On A Bear Hunt • Thurs 24 Dec 12pm We’re Going On A Bear Hunt • Please note the pre event bar and box office open 1 hour before the performance. LPAC University of Lincoln, Brayford Pool, Lincoln LN6 7TS | 01522 837 600 | BOX OFFICE 0844 888 4414 In person: LPAC and Engine Shed Box Office, Mon-Fri 10am-4pm