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Theatre - Play @ Home – Lyngo Theatre Online

21st November until 21st January - - £12 per family - 01780 763203, www.stamfordartscentre.com

A family show that you can actually do at home. You’ll make props and table-top sets from recycled materials and household objects, invent your own sensory sessions and take a creative-play journey together.

Exhibitions - Poems & Writings by Susanne West

13th December until 31st January - Lincoln LN1 3LB - 01522 512669

Open most days 11am–2pm. Including chakra healing poems, some verses about Egypt and works alluding to her novel Seven Tales of the Timeless Traveller. On display in the window of Decimal Place in the uphill area of Lincoln.

Theatre - Everything Is Absolutely Fine

22nd January - Online (via Zoom) - 7.30pm - www.west-lindsey.gov.uk/trinity-arts-centre/

A new comedy musical about anxiety disorders, caring and trying to keep going. With power ballads, show tunes and body percussion, House of Blakewell explore what it’s like to be human and to struggle.

Theatre - Jo Fairfax: Play

23rd January until 16th May - Sleaford NG34 7TW - 01529 308710, nccd.org.uk

Fairfax is fascinated by the National Centre for Craft and Design’s history and the various incarnations that the building and organisation has gone through over the years. Jo Fairfax: Play comes at an important time as the National Centre for Craft & Design celebrates and reflects on the history of local industry and architecture, and the building undergoes its latest transformation. As part of the exhibition, a brand-new work inspired by the heritage of NCCD and its former homes, will be created. This piece is a kinetic sculpture, ‘Pea Run’ that draws on the origins of The Pearoom in Heckington and Hubbards Seeds in Sleaford.

Days Out - Louth Farmers’ Market

27th January - Louth LN11 9PD - 9am–4pm - 01507 601111, e-lindsey.gov.uk/MarketDays

Buy direct from local farmers, producers and craftsmen at the Cornmarket. Products have been produced, grown, raised, baked or caught locally, normally within 30 miles of the market.

Theatre - Play @ Home – Lyngo Theatre

31st January - Online - 01780 763203, www.stamfordartscentre.com

A family show that you can actually do at home. You’ll make props and tabletop sets from recycled materials and household objects, invent your own sensory sessions and take a creative-play journey together. £12 per family.