A theatre company is set to debut its new comedy later this month.
Badapple Theatre Company presents The Last Station Keeper, which requires assistance from the audience.
It tells the story of a station house at Honeypot Holt which is being threatened by closure.
It is up to the audience to vote on whether the station house will be saved or sacrificed, leaving the fate of cast members in your hands.
The show is coming to Lincolnshire in October, with performances in Heydour on October 12 and Leadenham on October 15.
A spokesman said: “Don’t miss this hilarious and heartfelt look at the perils of modern life as the 21st century need for speed hits the old way head on.”
The show will star Fiona Organ, appearing with Reform Theatre Company, Pocket Panto and Theatre Mill, and Sony award-winning singer songwriter Jez Lowe.
The Northern Echo promise: “One of the best touring companies in the region.”
Tickets are £9.50 for adults, and £5 for under 16s.
To book tickets, call 01423 339168, or go online at www.badappletheatre.com.