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Theatre review: An actor’s life leads to an early grave! (Sleaford Little Theatre’s Laying The Ghost)

Sleaford Little Theatre’s latest offering was their spring production ‘Laying The Ghost’, an amusing comedy written by actor-turned-writer Simon Williams.

Theatre and Comedy
Stuart Townend. EMN-170329-102016001

Performance from Christian singer in Sleaford

Don’t miss music from Christian singer tomorrow (Thursday, March 30)

Music
Sleaford Little Theatre portray Julia Kirk, wife of Charles Kirk, who designed a number of buildings in Sleaford. EMN-170324-143647001

Trail explores history of town

A new £4,000 funded history trail in Sleaford which allows visitors to gain an insight into the town’s history is in the development stages.

Arts
Do you fancy appearing on this new dating show? Picture: Pixabay.

Could your bridal party be on new TV show Always The Bridesmaid?

Do you fancy appearing on this new dating show?

Arts
Get Out, now playing at cinemas.

FILM REVIEW: Get Out (15)

Fair skin was in favour for the last couple of thousand years. Now the pendulum has swung back. Black is in fashion!?

Whats on
India Garden owner Nadim Aziz and chef Ghulam Sarowar. EMN-170316-154953001

Celebration of top marks for town Indian restaurant

A town restaurant is inviting loyal customers to join in the celebrations as it marks a fifth year of scoring top marks for its food hygiene.

Whats on
Gardening

Garden opens doors for the NGS scheme

A cottage in Hacconby, near Bourne, is set to open its doors this Sunday as part of the National Gardens Scheme (NGS).

Whats on
Tom Clancys Ghost Recon: Wildlands

Console Corner: Ghost Recon: Wildlands review

Vast and full of promise but a bit of a wasted opportunity...

Lifestyle
A pot smashing into pieces as it is dropped to the ground. EMN-170320-112848001

See a history in the breaking

A unique exhibition featuring an archaeologist and an artist is at the National Centre for Craft and Design (NCCD) in Sleaford.

Whats on
James Waller-Davies

TV COLUMN: The Last Kingdom, Vera, 6 Nations Rugby

Columnist James Waller-Davies gives his view of some of the recent events on television...

Arts
What's on

History talk on railway crash of 1937

Sleaford Museum Trust present an educational talk on The Sleaford Rail Crash of 1937.

News
Cinema screenings could soon be back in town. EMN-170320-162340001

Town set to go back to the movies

Sleaford looks set to see a cinema revival thanks to volunteers at the town’s theatre.

News
Channel 4 TV casting call for kids from Lincolnshire

Channel 4 TV casting call for kids from Lincolnshire

A popular TV show is looking for children to take part in a new Channel 4 TV series.

Arts
Beef, Guinness and oyster pie

RECIPE: Pies are a thing of real beauty

It was British Pie Week last week. I’ve mentioned before in this column that a good British pie is a thing of true culinary beauty and one of our classic dishes. Every week should have a pie in it.

News
Staunch supporter of heritage in the district, Coun Marion Brighton, with members of Welbourn Parish Council and the deeds for Welbourn Forge. EMN-170313-141838001

Forge sold by NKDC

The historic Welbourn Forge is under new ownership.

Arts
Sleaford Market Place.

Countdown is on to 2017 St George’s Day Market

Preparations are now well underway for the St George’s Day Market in Sleaford next month.

Whats on
Serving up battered creme eggs until Easter. EMN-170317-122347001

Crack open a battered creme egg for Easter at Sleaford chippy

Chocoholics are in for a treat next time they head to a Sleaford fish and chip shop which is bringing back a cracking treat all the way up until Easter.

News
Holy Moly and The Crackers are set to perform near Sleaford. EMN-170903-121947001

Band playing at Ropsley blurs folk, gypsy and rock music

A band that blur the boundaries between folk, gypsy, and rock music – and include Glastonbury among their previous appearances – perform near Sleaford next weekend.

Whats on
Caythorpe EMN-150213-144257001

Magnifying glasses at the ready for play

Amateur detectives can try their luck at a charity murder mystery evening in Caythorpe Village Hall next Saturday, March 25.

Whats on
Cranwell Military Wives Choir. EMN-170216-121629001

Performance from Military Wives Choir

Funds will be raised for good causes when Cranwell Military Wives Choir play in Wilsford Village Hall next Saturday, March 25.

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