Tuesday 30th September 2014
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Exhibitions - Death and Burials Exhibition

21st January until 5th January - Scunthorpe, DN15 5TW - Tel: 01724 843533

Death and Burials Exhibition at North Lincolnshire Museum, Scunthorpe.

Art - Glass in Context

30th August until 4th October - Steep Hill, Lincoln

A show of colourful kiln fused glass by Jacquie and Bill McNeill from Woodhall Spa. Harding House Gallery is open every day and visitors are most welcome to browse the upper and lower galleries.

Country Markets - Gainsborough

30th September - Friends Meeting House, 22 Market Street

9am – 12.30pm

Country Markets - Alford

30th September - St Wilfrid’s Church Hall, Church Street, Alford

9.30am – 12 noon

Days Out - Lincolnshire Day

1st October - Various locations

Lincolnshire Day is an annual celebration of all things Lincolnshire bringing the traditions, history and culture of the county to life. It marks the anniversary of the ‘Lincolnshire Rising’, a revolt by Catholics against the establishment of the Church of England by Henry VIII in 1536. The county will be celebrating together by holding events, flying the Lincolnshire flag in the streets and some people will even be dressing up in yellow, to reflect the locals’ nickname of ‘Yellowbellies’. The perfect day to enjoy the region’s traditions and icons including Plum Bread, Lincolnshire sausages, Lincoln Cathedral, Lincolnshire Poacher cheese, the RAF Red Arrows and famous people like, scientist Issac Newton, politician Baroness Margret Thatcher, poet Alfred Lord Tennyson and actor Jim Broadbent. The day also gives a great opportunity for visitors to find out more about Lincoln and Lincolnshire and experience its culture for themselves. Many attractions and activities will be free on the day, including a special Lincolnshire Day Farmers’ Market in City Square.

Country Markets - Woodhall Spa

2nd October - St Peters Hall, The Broadway

10am – 12noon

Comedy - Lincoln Comedy Festival

2nd October until 10th October - Lincoln, LN2 1EY - Keep up to date on Twitter, by following @LincolnComedy and for further details see www.lincolncomedyfestival.co.uk

Lincoln Comedy Festival is returning for the seventh year running, complete with another full programme of mixed acts including performances from Mock the Week regulars, comedy magicians, radio DJs and award-winning comedians. There will even be workshops for local amateurs to learn how to do stand-up and then perform a showcase at the festival. The events will be spread across the LPAC, Lincoln Drill Hall, the Engine Shed and, for the first time, The DoubleTree by Hilton. Performers include Marcus Brigstocke, Jason Cook, Pete Firman, Bridget Christie and Bobby Mair.

Farmers Markets - Lincoln Farmers’ Market

3rd October - City Square

9am – 4pm

Country Markets - Market Rasen

3rd October - Salvation Army Rooms, John Street

9am – 1pm

Country Markets - Wainfleet

3rd October - Wainfleet Methodist Chapel Hall, St Johns Street

9.30am – 11.30am

Country Markets - Lincoln

3rd October -

Bailgate Methodist Church Hall, 8am – 12.15pm

Social Events - Comedy Curry

3rd October - Lincoln, LN2 2NA - Call: 0113 287 6387 to book tickets

Gather a group of friends and come along to the Lincolnshire Showground for a social night of curry and comedy. Choose from a selection of chicken or vegetable curries, naan bread, poppadums and chutneys which will be served alongside performances of four comic acts from all over the country. Performers include an impersonator, ventriloquist and an act straight from Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival.

Music - Pacific Curls

3rd October - Epworth’s Thurlow Pavilion - Tickets £8 each, available from Serendipity, Epworth’s high fashion shop, High Street or by telephoning 01427 872491

Another night of great entertainment is on the cards for this month, when Pacific Curls – a band with an international reputation – will appear at Epworth’s Thurlow Pavilion. It will be a one-night only gig and takes place at the Pavilion – a registered charity. Doors open at 7.20pm for an 8pm start.

Farmers Markets - Spalding Farmers’ Market

4th October - Sheep Market

8.30am-2pm

Farmers Markets - Sleaford Farmers’ Market

4th October - Market Place

9am – 2pm

Days Out - Lou Lou’s Vintage Fair

4th October - Scunthorpe, DN15 7RG - Please ring 0844 854 2776 for more information.

Beginning in 2008 in Sheffield, Lou Lou’s Vintage Fair is now the largest in the UK and is coming to The Bath House, Scunthorpe. The fair features 40+ of the finest vintage traders spanning the 1920s–1990s, a kitsch tea party with cake, retro hair salon and live acts. Expect many stalls full of affordable vintage clothing, accessories and homewares mixed with vintage inspired handmade jewellery and fashion.

Days Out - Artists’ Market

4th October - Castle Square, Lincoln

Local artists and craftspeople gather to show and sell a selection of their works in Castle Square. 10am-4.30pm. Held in Castle Square, the Lincoln Artists’ Market is a great place to browse and buy affordable art direct from established and up and coming artists from the local area. There’s something for every taste and every pocket with a wide choice of original artworks from paintings to photography, ceramics to textiles and artisan made fashion. The Artists’ Market is held every first Saturday of the month from March to December making it the perfect place to find an original present for that special someone.