Wednesday 6th – Saturday 9th March
And Then There Were None
Louth LN11 0BX, 7.30pm

This Agatha Christie adaptation, produced by Louth Playgoers, will keep you spellbound and on the edge of your seat. At Louth Riverhead Theatre. Tickets £12, Under 18 £6.
01507 600350

Thursday 7th March
Madama Butterfly
Scunthorpe DN15 7RG, 7.30pm

Though infinitely sad and tragic, the compelling tale of Madama Butterfly remained Puccini’s favourite opera. Performed by the Dnipro Opera from Ukraine. At Baths Hall. Tickets £34/32.
01724 296296

Tuesday 12th – Saturday 16th March
Visitors by Barney Norris – Stamford Shoestring Theatre
Stamford PE9 2DL, 7.45pm

When Kate, a young blue-haired carer, comes into Arthur and Edie’s home, the three of them develop a surprising friendship. Critics’ Circle Award Winner 2014. At Stamford Arts Centre. Tickets £12/10.
01780 763203

Wednesday 13th – Saturday 16th March
Legally Blonde – The Musical
Grantham NG31 6PZ, 7.30pm (also 2.30pm 16th)

Harrowby Singers Amateur Musical Society presents its latest modern musical, a fabulously fun award-winning show based on the adored movie. At Guildhall Arts Centre. Age recommendation 12+. Tickets £16.
01476 406158

Thursday 14th March
Snooker Greats Clash of the Titans
Grimsby DN31 2BH, 7.30pm

Seven-times World Snooker Champion Stephen Hendry takes on his arch-rival Steve Davis. Your host and referee for the evening will be Dennis Taylor. At Grimsby Auditorium. Tickets from £41.
0300 300 0035

Thursday 14th and Friday 15th March
Peak Stuff
Lincoln LN6 7TS, for times see website

In an age of retail therapy, climate crisis and click and collect – how does our ‘stuff’ define us? And have we reached peak stuff? Age recommendation 15+. At Lincoln Arts Centre. Tickets £14.
01522 837600

Thursday 14th – Saturday 16th March
Bonnie & Clyde – The Musical
Boston PE21 6HP, 7.30pm

America’s most notorious lovers and bank robbers take the country by storm in this sexy and compelling adventure. At Blackfriars Arts Centre. Tickets £14, U16 £12, Family £48.
01205 363108

Thursday 21st March
Austen’s Women – Lady Susan
Stamford PE9 2DL, 7.30pm

Based on Jane Austen’s first full-length work, and created entirely from letters, the piece is performed by Rebecca Vaughan and directed by Andrew Margerison. Ages 12+. At Stamford Arts Centre. Tickets £16/15.
01780 763203

Friday 22nd March
The Talent
Lincoln LN6 7TS, 7.30pm

A voice-over artist is given instructions by two off-stage voices. A play exploring identity, capitalism and survival through technology in a possibly non-human future. Parental guidance advised.
At Lincoln Arts Centre. Tickets £12.
01522 837600

Wednesday 27th March –
Saturday 30th March
Mother Goose – St Nicolas Players
Spalding PE11 1SS, 7.30pm (also 2.30pm 29th and 30th)

A bright, colourful Easter Pantomime with plenty of music and magic plus the chance for you to cheer the goodies and boo the baddies. At South Holland Centre. Tickets £14/12.
01775 764777

All information correct at time of going to print. Please check dates and times for all events using the venue contact details before travelling.

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