Here you can see a list of events that will be happening over the course of Sleaford Live Festival 2018. Please keep coming back to find out more.

*Updated* = A change that may differ from the Program

Events happening all week…

Busking All Week

There will be Buskers in the town during Sleaford Live Week to entertain shoppers through the day

Carre Gallery – “Sleaford Live Exhibition of Art”

A themed exhibition and live painting taking place during the Festival.

The National Centre for Craft & Design (The Hub) – Circus Performers, politics and pop culture

Presenting a balancing act of photography, film and design, live performance and aerial acrobatics celebrating 250 years of Circus in Britain

Jimmy Bakers Barber Shop – The Boat Stage

Musicians may perform on the “Boat Stage” which can be viewed from the Riverside
shopping area or you can have your hair cut.

Main Events 

Friday 4th May

Singing Workshop with Chelsey Barlow

An introduction to the skill of singing from local performer and experienced session musician Chelsey Barlow (Chelsey is performing at Millers Cafe Bar and Brasserie on Tuesday 8th May – a regular venue for her). Free Admission

At Heckington Village Hall, starts at 7pm and finishes at 9pm

To keep up to date join our Facebook Event Here

Sleaford Little Theatre presents: Live At The Playhouse

Sleaford Little Theatre has been absent from Sleaford Live for some years, and we are delighted to return with three one-act plays for a short two-night run.

Sleaford Live is a festival during the first two weeks in May, in which local acts and local artists perform across a range of venues.

The one-act plays to be performed are as follows.

Two Purple Gloves
A modern human story set in a shopping centre on Christmas Eve. Connie is closing the centre down for the festive period when she encounters a down-and-out looking for shelter and feeling sorry for the man hears a very surprising story.

Hero
SLT’s tribute to commemorate the end of the first world war, this emotive story tells of a soldier brought into the hospital tent with horrific injuries but how will the sergeant react when he is notified that the young man is, in fact, a deserter?

Pastiche
This hilarious farce tells the story of Sir Peter’s thwarted efforts to conduct an extramarital dalliance with a young girl one evening when his wife is away. Lady Alexandra unexpectedly returns, and fantastic plotting ensues (some from under the table!) in which Medford (the butler) and Lady Alexandra in a variety of disguises, foil Sir Peters plan for a quietly amorous evening!

Tickets: Gallery Adults: £9, Concessions £8
Stalls Adults: £10, Concessions £9

Doors open at 7pm with the show starting at 7:30pm

Tickets can be purchase from sleafordplayhouse.co.uk

To keep up to date join our Facebook Event Here

Music in the Bar

Steve Clarke on piano and/or violin and
Xavier Cunago on piano.

This is a Free event at The Carre Arms Hotel, starts at 7pm

To keep up to date join our Facebook Event Here

Matty Haynes

Genre- Singer/Songwriter

Recently had his first single ‘Racing Thoughts’ featured on BBC Introducing & Lincs FM Unplugged. He is currently working on his first album and can also be found busking in Lincoln.

Live from El Toro at 8:30pm

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James Defoe

Fantastic male personality vocalist in the lounge bar.

This is a Free Event at the Legion from 9pm

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Glass Onion

Glass Onion has gigged all over the country at hundreds of shows and have even played as support for the likes of Status Quo, Spunge, Wishbone Ash and many more. Members Chris, John, Andy and Daryl play catchy original commercial rock songs. They may even throw in their own interpretation of the odd cover version now and again!

This is a Free Event at the Barge and Bottle starting at 9:30pm

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Saturday 5th May

Sleaford Farmers Market – Live Local Music

Local musicans will be playing at the busking station in the makrket place with a PA provided. Free event in the marketplace starting at 10am.

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Lynn McFarland

Lynn McFarland is an Americana/ Roots/ Folk singer. “Lynn has a distinctive and lovely style of vocals and storytelling. A Must Listen! ” Jono Brine – BBC Radio Lincolnshire.

Lynn will be performing at Sleaford Museum from 11:00am to 12.30pm. This is a Free Event.

To keep up to date join our Facebook Event Here

Ukulele Workshop for Beginners

Introduction to playing the Ukulele with Steve Doane and Sleaford Ukulele Orchestra. The event is free at The Source (side entrance) from 12.00pm to 2.00pm.

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Celebrating Unplugged

Performers have already been booked. Spectators are welcome, no admission charge but donations for Sleaford Live Festival welcome. Please bring your friends along for an entertaining afternoon, bar open.

This is a Free Event at The Solo Club, from 2pm

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Introduction to Song Writing with Lynn McFarland

A workshop on the writing of songs with Lynn McFarland, free event at The Source (side entrance) starts at 2pm and finishes at 4pm.

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Festival of the Sixties

Festival of the sixties with Amen Corner; Herman s Hermits; The Fourmost and the Kinx. With Late Bar

Tickets are £24 and can be purchased from the Legion. Starts at 6pm.

To keep up to date join our Facebook Event Here

Music in the Bar

Steve Clarke on piano and/or violin and
Xavier Cunago on piano.

This is a Free event at The Carre Arms Hotel, starts at 7pm

To keep up to date join our Facebook Event Here

Sleaford Little Theatre presents: Live At The Playhouse

Sleaford Little Theatre has been absent from Sleaford Live for some years, and we are delighted to return with three one-act plays for a short two-night run.

Sleaford Live is a festival during the first two weeks in May, in which local acts and local artists perform across a range of venues.

The one-act plays to be performed are as follows.

Two Purple Gloves
A modern human story set in a shopping centre on Christmas Eve. Connie is closing the centre down for the festive period when she encounters a down-and-out looking for shelter and feeling sorry for the man hears a very surprising story.

Hero
SLT’s tribute to commemorate the end of the first world war, this emotive story tells of a soldier brought into the hospital tent with horrific injuries but how will the sergeant react when he is notified that the young man is, in fact, a deserter?

Pastiche
This hilarious farce tells the story of Sir Peter’s thwarted efforts to conduct an extramarital dalliance with a young girl one evening when his wife is away. Lady Alexandra unexpectedly returns, and fantastic plotting ensues (some from under the table!) in which Medford (the butler) and Lady Alexandra in a variety of disguises, foil Sir Peters plan for a quietly amorous evening!

Tickets: Gallery Adults: £9, Concessions £8
Stalls Adults: £10, Concessions £9

Doors open at 7pm with the show starting at 7:30pm

Tickets can be purchase from sleafordplayhouse.co.uk

To keep up to date join our Facebook Event Here

The Bliss

Ruskington based band performing Indie Rock covers

This is a Free Event at The Barge and Bottle, starts at 8:30pm

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Nightshift

Local duo covering classic songs. A great night of musical entertainment.

Live from The Electra Club from 9:15pm, this is a free event.

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Sunday 6th May

The Mickey Money Boys

An unpretentious Folk Band based in Oasby who play good time folk music, mainly Irish. We have played in churches, woods, art galleries, village halls, gardens, castles, pubs…. and we’ll play for you if you like!

This is a Free Event at The Brass Windmill starting at 3:30pm

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Pennyless live in concert

At the Solo Club from 7pm to 9:30pm

Since their appearance here last year Pennyless have released album number 5, entitled “In the Park”: “gorgeously quirky stuff…essential and eccentric folk rock at it’s best” Fatea magazine

The four-piece acoustic band from South Lincolnshire call upon medieval history for inspiration and blend vocal harmonies, flute, fiddle, bouzouki, mandolin and djembe to great effect. High energy folk rock with splashes of psych-folk, driving violin and English-rose vocals. The music is varied, from romping pirate songs to delicate harmony blends, but always inventive and delivered with a brilliant light touch.

“Pennyless, a quirkily distinctive presence on the contemporary acoustic scene” R2 Rock n Reel magazine Oct 16.

“The band’s virtuosity is their key selling point, there are some really good songs enhanced by great arrangements” Dai Jeffries folking.com

“very highly recommended” Terrascope magazine

Tickets £6 from the Solo Club or ring 07827258925
www.pennyless-music.co.uk

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The Kilburns

Graham and the band playing classic music from folk to rock

This is a Free Event at Millers starting at 7:30pm

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Cruel Sister

Local band tickets £8 from Leadenham Village Hall.

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Stolen Fridays

Stolen Fridays are Lincoln’s hottest functions band. Playing hits from Simple Minds to Elton John, Stereophonics to Take That. We are happy to play any event, large or small from a wedding or birthday to a pub or club.

Live from the Barge and Bottle, starts at 9:00pm

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Monday 7th May (Bank Holiday)

New Bands on the Block

New Bands on the Block is an event showcasing new up and coming bands and musicians in the local area.

The line up is advised via the Barge and Bottle but the lineup as we know it is this….

Brainwave
Angus Hanman
Unknown Element
Don’t Forget Rupert
Project Redshift
Chong Boogie
What happened to George

This event is held outdoors weather permitting and includes a BBQ.

This is a Free event at the Barge and Bottle and starts at 1pm

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Bands Live from the Cricket Club

The Cricket Club will be hosting live entertainment from…
The Rising Apes
The Unknown Element

Entry is Free and promises to be a good night, live from the Cricket Club and starts at 7pm.

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Tuesday 8th May

Unplugged & Hub Writers

The Sleaford Hub Writers and the Unplugged Group get together for a fun evening during Sleaford Live Festival. There will be a variety of music and readings of short stories and poetry to add a different favour to the evening.

All welcome to come and join these friendly groups. If you haven’t been before, please do come along and perform or just listen, and we welcome regular members.

This is a Free event at the Hub starting at 6:30pm

To keep up to date join our Facebook Event Here

Sleaford Ukulele Orchestra

A local group of ukulele players who perform a range of covers from the Beatles to Beethoven, all in their own unique style.

This is a Free event in The Legionaries Club Lounge from 7pm

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Folk Dance Workshop with Tom Lane, Nigel Creasey and Teri Clarke

Want to learn to “Strip the Willow” and other traditional folk dance moves. Instruction from Tom Lane, Nigel Creasey and Teri Clarke who will also provide the music. This is a free event at St Denys’ Church Rooms from 7:30pm to 9pm.

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Chelsey Barlow

Chelsey Barlow has been a working session musician for a number of years now specialising in drums and vocals. She enjoys performing both in large venues and small, intimate venues alike. Millers has a wonderful atmosphere and suits Chelsey’s laid-back, acoustic sound. You will hear both a vast array of genres from Chelsey who accompanies her vocals on the piano.

Free event at Millers Bar and Brasserie, starts at 7:30pm

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Wednesday 9th May

Folk & Acoustic Night

Six performers including Lynn McFarland, John Brightman, Sleaford Ukulele Orchestra, Nigel and Teri and Angus Hannam. Each performing a range of original songs and classic covers with little or no amplification.

This is a Free Event at the Solo Club starting at 7:30pm

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Django

The Whitworth Brothers (Thom and Rich) and James Poole, fuse the spirit of Gypsy Swing with the flair of Flamenco to create a distinctive jazz flavour.

This is a free event at The Bustard Inn, starts at 8pm

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Thursday 10th May

Heckington Players ADS Present: Don’t Get Your Vicars In A Twist

Don’t Get Your Vicars In A Twist by Ann Gawthorpe and Lesley Bown will be Heckington Player’s Spring 2018 Production.

‘An amateur production by arrangement with Stagescripts Ltd’

‘Don’t Get Your Vicars in a Twist’ by Ann Gawthrope and Lesley Bown is set in the early 1990s when the first female vicars were ordained. The play is a fast-moving farce full of fun, frolics and lots of doors!

Desperate to find the funds to pay for his daughter’s wedding, Church Warden George Willams seizes the opportunity to rent out the vicarage while waiting for a new vicar to be appointed. The booking is to a touring Theatre Company, who are to stage a Murder Mystery weekend in which a female Vicar and a Bishop are among the cast. Unfortunately for George, a new female vicar is appointed to the vicarage before the Murder Mystery weekend can take place. George thinks he’s still in luck when the new Vicar, Caroline Timberlake, announces that she is to visit friends at a college reunion over the weekend. However, events take a turn for the worse when Bishop Herbert rings the vicarage to announce that he is to visit to meet his new vicar.

Chaos ensues as the actor playing the Bishop in the Murder Mystery weekend is mistaken by George and fellow Church Warden Alan, for the real Bishop Herbert, and the Bishop himself mistakes the actor playing the Vicar for Caroline. Matters get worse as half of the Theatre company fails to make an appearance and the remainder spend most of their time either fighting with each other or getting drunk, or both. This is even before we meet the guests!

This is a show not be missed, with cracking one-liners around every corner, you’ll be laughing from start to finish.

Show Starts at 7:30pm at Heckington Village Hall
Tickets can be purchased…
From http://heckingtonplayers.co.uk/main/next-production/
By Calling 0333 666 3366
Or by visiting Heckington village hall from 7:30pm on Thursday nights.

To keep up to date join our Facebook Event Here

Saxophone Workshop with Jim McQuaid

An improver workshop for those with Grade one or Grade two standard. You will need to bring your own instrument.
Led by Jim McQuaide, conductor of Sleaford Concert Band.

Free event at The Source from 7pm to 8pm

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Solo Acoustic Night

Open to all performers. If you want to take part then contact Dan through the Solo Acoustic Night Facebook page. A PA will be provided.

Free event at The Solo Club from 6:30pm to 11:30pm

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Electric Jive

We are a friendly group of dancers and it’s great fun. Bring a partner or come alone – we all dance with one another and modern jive is easy to learn. There are dancers of all ages and abilities – everyone is welcome and you’ll be dancing in no time! Music is varied from swing to charts – something for everyone.

This is a Free Event when you show the Sleaford Live Festival 2018 Booklet, at The Legion and starts at 7:30pm

To keep up to date join our Facebook Event Here

Codachrome

Female singer accompanied by Guitar, Double Bass, Piano and Drums. A mixture of jazz and easy listening.

This is a Free Event at Millers starting at 7:30pm

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Comedy Night featuring 4 of the best U.K. comics

Comedy Night featuring 4 of the best U.K. comics in the business. Comedy Hotspot are about bringing the best comics in the U.K, into the heart of local communities. Almost all of our comedians have TV credits, Radio Credits, Headline the biggest comedy clubs in the U.K. and play comedy festivals all over the world.

Joe Rowntree – started writing in 2001 put-downs for Ann Robinson on the ‘Weakest Link’, hosted two Brainiac Live Tours, Hammersmith Apollo, Daves One Night Stand & has also been a hit overseas
 
Andrew Stanley – Having performed worldwide & becoming a regular fixture on the Kilkenny Cat Laughter Calender, Andrew Stanley is one of the top comics working worldwide & performs as a resident MC in numerous clubs around Ireland.
 
Phil Ellis – Broke onto the comedy scene with his widely acclaimed Funz & Gamez which won panel prize at the 2014 Fosters Edinburgh Comedy Awards. He is now making his way in TV with Tapeface Tapes & Phils III: Comedy Shorts
 
Phil Butler – Using comedy & magic he creates a one-man variety show. He has headlined in the UK’s leading comedy clubs. Starring, in summer shows, supporting major tours, comic lead in pantomime, holiday venues, cruising & corporate events. His acts have taken him around the world & has had the great honour entertaining the British Forces.

Tickets for the El Toro Show on Thursday 10th May are just £12.50. You can purchase by popping into El Toro to pay cash, or you can buy online at www.comedyhotspot.nutickets.com

This show is live from El Toro, doors at 7pm with the show starting at 8:15pm

To keep up to date join our Facebook Event Here

Friday 11th May

Music in the Bar

Steve Clarke on piano and/or violin and
Xavier Cunago on piano.

This is a Free event at The Carre Arms Hotel, starts at 7pm

To keep up to date join our Facebook Event Here

Heckington Players ADS Present: Don’t Get Your Vicars In A Twist

Don’t Get Your Vicars In A Twist by Ann Gawthorpe and Lesley Bown will be Heckington Player’s Spring 2018 Production.

‘An amateur production by arrangement with Stagescripts Ltd’

‘Don’t Get Your Vicars in a Twist’ by Ann Gawthrope and Lesley Bown is set in the early 1990s when the first female vicars were ordained. The play is a fast-moving farce full of fun, frolics and lots of doors!

Desperate to find the funds to pay for his daughter’s wedding, Church Warden George Willams seizes the opportunity to rent out the vicarage while waiting for a new vicar to be appointed. The booking is to a touring Theatre Company, who are to stage a Murder Mystery weekend in which a female Vicar and a Bishop are among the cast. Unfortunately for George, a new female vicar is appointed to the vicarage before the Murder Mystery weekend can take place. George thinks he’s still in luck when the new Vicar, Caroline Timberlake, announces that she is to visit friends at a college reunion over the weekend. However, events take a turn for the worse when Bishop Herbert rings the vicarage to announce that he is to visit to meet his new vicar.

Chaos ensues as the actor playing the Bishop in the Murder Mystery weekend is mistaken by George and fellow Church Warden Alan, for the real Bishop Herbert, and the Bishop himself mistakes the actor playing the Vicar for Caroline. Matters get worse as half of the Theatre company fails to make an appearance and the remainder spend most of their time either fighting with each other or getting drunk, or both. This is even before we meet the guests!

This is a show not be missed, with cracking one-liners around every corner, you’ll be laughing from start to finish.

Show Starts at 7:30pm at Heckington Village Hall
Tickets can be purchased…
From http://heckingtonplayers.co.uk/main/next-production/
By Calling 0333 666 3366
Or by visiting Heckington village hall from 7:30pm on Thursday nights.

To keep up to date join our Facebook Event Here

Big Dave Boppa

Fifties Rock and Roll

This is a Free event at The Legion starting at 9pm

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 Far Off on the Horizon Launch – Winter Wilson In Concert

When Sleaford’s own Winter Wilson “accidentally” became full-time musicians back in 2012, little did they imagine where their new life would take them.

5 years on, their albums have received huge critical acclaim plus national (and international) airplay; they’ve toured the UK, Ireland, Germany and the Netherlands several times over; they’ve appeared at the UK’s top folk festivals; they’ve completed a triumphant tour of Australia and New Zealand, with another planned for early 2019.

2018 sees the pair take yet another step up the ladder, as they undertake a 28-date UK tour with folk-rock legends Fairport Convention. To coincide with this, the duo is releasing their eighth album “Far Off on the Horizon”, another outstanding collection of original songs of love, emigration and everyday people, and on Friday, May 11th they will officially launch the CD here at the Sleaford Playhouse.

With “a voice to die for”, according to Maverick Magazine, Kip Winter delivers power and emotion in equal measure (described by one promoter as “from melting to belting”). In the past, she has sung everything from jazz to opera but is at her best and happiest when singing folk and blues. She also plays the piano accordion, flute, and occasional guitar.

Described by the great John Tams (Sharpe, Warhorse) as a “magnificent” songwriter, Dave Wilson is now widely recognised as one of the best on the English acoustic scene, with his songs covered by some of folk’s “greats”. His lyrics are thought-provoking, often challenging, but always beautifully crafted. He also has a mellow, relaxed singing style and plays a mean guitar and banjo.

Together, the pair’s voices are simply sublime. “In 30 years of listening to folk music, I have never heard two voices blend so perfectly”, said David Aird, Chairman of Scotland’s famous Glenfarg Folk Club and Feast. Indeed it’s their live performances that really set these two apart, bringing a sense of intimacy and fun to every stage. Great songs, stunning harmonies and beautiful musicianship are interspersed with often hilarious tales of life on the road and domestic bliss (or not!)

Winter Wilson’s last performance at the Playhouse (to launch their previous album “Ashes & Dust” in April 2016) was a sell-out. Come and see why.

You will laugh; you may cry; you will certainly want to see them again!

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To purchase tickets visit the Sleaford Playhouse Website

Saturday 12th May

Choirs Galore

From Junior School choirs to adult and in between, glorious harmony with some dance. Come along and enjoy

This is a Free Event at The Source, starts at 10am

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Lynn McFarland

Lynn McFarland is an Americana/ Roots/ Folk singer. “Lynn has a distinctive and lovely style of vocals and storytelling. A Must Listen! ” Jono Brine – BBC Radio Lincolnshire.

Lynn will be performing at Sleaford Library from 11:00am to 12.30pm. This is a free event.

To keep up to date join our Facebook Event Here

HECKINGTON WINDMILL TRUST: Music Beer and a Windmill Tea Rooms & Brewery

Heckington Windmill Trust Present

Local produce, local real ale and local musicians besides the country’s only eight-sailed windmill.

Dogwood Union and Phatt Knappy will be performing.

This is Free event at Heckington Windmill, starts at 12pm

To keep up to date join our Facebook Event Here

The Solo Classical Guitar Ensemble

The SOLO Classical Guitar Ensemble of South Lincolnshire With one hour of an eclectic mix of music including classical, a mixture of dance, traditional and contemporary.

This is a Free Event at St Denys’ Church, starts at 12pm

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Keith Collishaw

Singer, Songwriter, Busker, solo performer and founding member of the Sleaford Ukulele Orchestra. Folk and not-so-popular music on Ukulele and Guitar.

This is a Free Event at Sleaford Museum, starts at 11am

To keep up to date join our Facebook Event Here

Northern Soul

Soul Party Presents A night of Northern Soul and Motown with Dj’s Martin Topley, Paul Ellis & Gaz Simpson.

Tickets £5 available from the Legionnaires Club or by phoning 07761 079713

Starts at 7pm at the Legionnaires Club

To keep up to date join our Facebook Event Here

Music in the Bar

Steve Clarke on piano and/or violin and
Xavier Cunago on piano.

This is a Free event at The Carre Arms Hotel, starts at 7pm

To keep up to date join our Facebook Event Here

Heckington Players ADS Present: Don’t Get Your Vicars In A Twist

Don’t Get Your Vicars In A Twist by Ann Gawthorpe and Lesley Bown will be Heckington Player’s Spring 2018 Production.

‘An amateur production by arrangement with Stagescripts Ltd’

‘Don’t Get Your Vicars in a Twist’ by Ann Gawthrope and Lesley Bown is set in the early 1990s when the first female vicars were ordained. The play is a fast-moving farce full of fun, frolics and lots of doors!

Desperate to find the funds to pay for his daughter’s wedding, Church Warden George Willams seizes the opportunity to rent out the vicarage while waiting for a new vicar to be appointed. The booking is to a touring Theatre Company, who are to stage a Murder Mystery weekend in which a female Vicar and a Bishop are among the cast. Unfortunately for George, a new female vicar is appointed to the vicarage before the Murder Mystery weekend can take place. George thinks he’s still in luck when the new Vicar, Caroline Timberlake, announces that she is to visit friends at a college reunion over the weekend. However, events take a turn for the worse when Bishop Herbert rings the vicarage to announce that he is to visit to meet his new vicar.

Chaos ensues as the actor playing the Bishop in the Murder Mystery weekend is mistaken by George and fellow Church Warden Alan, for the real Bishop Herbert, and the Bishop himself mistakes the actor playing the Vicar for Caroline. Matters get worse as half of the Theatre company fails to make an appearance and the remainder spend most of their time either fighting with each other or getting drunk, or both. This is even before we meet the guests!

This is a show not be missed, with cracking one-liners around every corner, you’ll be laughing from start to finish.

Show Starts at 7:30pm at Heckington Village Hall
Tickets can be purchased…
From http://heckingtonplayers.co.uk/main/next-production/
By Calling 0333 666 3366
Or by visiting Heckington village hall from 7:30pm on Thursday nights.

To keep up to date join our Facebook Event Here

Hazardville

A country music band. They consist of John guitar/vocals, Mike bass/voc, Roland drums and Pete guitar/pedal steel/mandolin/slide guitar/voc. Traditional/modern popular country music and covers of top American artists including Willy Nelson, Johnny Cash, Kenny Rodgers, Kris Kristopherson, Merle Haggard and many more.

This is a Free Event at The Legion, starts at 9pm

To keep up to date join our Facebook Event Here

Strellis

Indies Rock cover band from Boston

This is a Free Event at The Barge and Bottle, starts at 9pm

To keep up to date join our Facebook Event Here

Diablo Smoke

Steve, Rich, Pete and Matt are four experienced musicians who have played in bands for many years, with a common love of ‘real’ music! ‘Our music is based around, but not limited to, 70s ear guitar-based rock.’

This is a Free Event at The Electra Club, starts at 9:15pm

To keep up to date join our Facebook Event Here

Sunday 13th May

HECKINGTON WINDMILL TRUST: Music Beer and a Windmill Tea Rooms & Brewery

Heckington Windmill Trust Present

Local produce, local real ale and local musicians besides the country’s only eight-sailed windmill.

Lynn McFarland, Unleashed and Sleaford Ukulele Orchestra will be providing the music

This is Free event at Heckington Windmill, starts at 12pm

To keep up to date join our Facebook Event Here

End of Week Session

Round of Sleaford Live Festival with a free session of music in the beautiful village of Silk Willoughby just to the south of Sleaford. Meet in the pub and bring along a song, tune or poem to perform for and with others.

This is a Free Event at The Horseshoes and starts at 4pm

To keep up to date join our Facebook Event Here

Millar Magic presents “In the Mood”

Miller Magic was formed in 2011 by musicians from the Sleaford Concert Band and performs music of the Glenn Miller era. In the past 12 months, the concert band has played at the Heckington Show and numerous other events including the Poppy Prom.

The Band is performing in Sleaford Live Festival for the Sixth year.

They will be live from Masonic Rooms from 7:00pm

Tickets £8 available from Sleaford Concert Band 07739 340661 & from Sleaford Jewellers Tel: 01529 302845

To keep up to date join our Facebook Event Here

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