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Top 10 things to do in Lincolnshire this weekend

By This is Lincolnshire  |  Posted: March 29, 2012

Tattershall Castle

Tattershall Castle

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Are you at a loose end and looking for something to do in Lincolnshire this weekend? Here's our pick of 10 things to do...


HERITAGE

What: Tattershall Castle

Where: Sleaford Road, Tattershall

Explore the six floors of this rare red-brick medieval castle built by Ralph Cromwell, Lord Treasurer of England and one of the most powerful men in the country. Climb the 150 steps from the basement to the battlements and enjoy the magnificent views of the Lincolnshire countryside, then explore the grounds, moats, bridges and neighbouring church.

When: Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 5pm.

Tickets: Adults £6, children £3.50, family (2 adults + 2 children) £15.50


MUSIC

What: Back to the Future 80s Special

Where: Drill Hall, Lincoln

If you love 80s music then relive your memories of the 'pop decade' with A night of non-stop floor fillers. Enjoy five hours of all the synth pop, super-catchy tunes, early indie hits and cheesiest Number 1s you could ever ask for.

When: Saturday from 7.30pm to 12.30am.

Tickets: £7.


FILM

What: The Pirates! Band of Misfits 3D

Where: Odeon, Lincoln

This animated adventure from Sony Pictures Animation and Aardman Animations, follows Pirate Captain and his crazy crew as they set out on a mission to win the Pirate of the Year Award, sailing from the shores of Blood Island to Victorian London.

When: Saturday and Sunday: 10.10am, 12.15pm, 2.45pm, 5pm , 7.15pm, 9.30pm. (2D showings at 11.15am, 1.30pm, 3.50pm, 6pm)

Tickets: Adult £9, Senior £7, Student £7.90, Teens 6.70.


FAMILY

What: Natureland Seal Sanctuary

Where: North Parade, Skegness

Natureland first opened it's doors in 1965 and attracts thousands of visitors every year. Its work with abandoned baby seals has become known worldwide and every effort is made to mix entertainment with education. One of the most popular features is feeding time for the seals and penguins.

When: 10am.

Tickets: Adults £7.20, OAP £5.90, children £4.70, family ticket (2 adults + 2 children under the age of 16) £21.40, children under 3 go free.


THEATRE

What: New Youth Theatre Presents: Bugsy Malone

Where: Engine Shed, Lincoln

This slapstick musical comedy follows the rivalry between two half-witted street gangs and is performed by an all singing, all dancing and enthusiastic cast.

When: Saturday and Sunday at 3pm.

Tickets: Adults £6.50, concessions £5.50.


FOOD & DRINK

What: Revolution Vodka bar

Where: Park Street, Lincoln

Revolution describes itself as “the place to eat, drink and socialise in Lincoln”. It stocks an extensive list of flavoured vodkas as well as an impressive selection of cocktails. It also has a party planner who can help you arrange your own event.


DAY OUT

What: Grantham Festival

Where: Various events in St Peter's Hill, Market Place, Wide Westgate, The George Centre and The Isaac Newton Centre in Grantham

The second annual Grantham Festival, this year called Urban Jungle, looks set to be another fantastic free event for residents and visitors alike. Graffiti artists, street performers, skateboard ramps, climbing wall and a bungee trampoline are just some of the things on show.

When: Saturday.

Tickets: Free.


ART

What: Museum of Broken Relationships

Where: The National Centre for Craft & Design in Sleaford

The Museum of Broken Relationships collects and presents anonymous objects and stories from communities around the world. From the tragic and war-torn, to the simple, sexy, silly, and downright hilarious the objects and their stories will strike chords of understanding, healing and universal connection in all corners of the globe from South Africa to the Philippines, Ireland to Singapore and from the USA to the UK.

When: Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 5pmm.

Tickets: Free.


EXHIBITION

What: Annual Auction Sale of Bees & Equipment

Where: Lincolnshire Events Centre

The sale has become one of the major sales in the region for beekeeping items. In 2011 it sold over 60 colonies of bees and more than £14,000 worth of equipment.

When: Saturday at 11am.

Tickets: Free.


ARTS & CRAFTS

What: St Barnabas Hospice Easter Craft Fair

Where: Branston Hall Hotel

St Barnabas Easter craft fair is offering a superb selection of high quality crafts and handmade products from more than 20 local craft stands from around Lincolnshire. There will be handmade chocolates, individually designed handbags, handcrafted jewellery and tapestry weaving.

When: Sunday from 10am to 4pm.

Tickets: Free.

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  • muscadet  |  April 01 2012, 9:09AM

    Anyone going to see The Pirates! at the Odeon? At £9 a ticket for adults, I assume the Pirates are running the joint.

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  • TB78WHlNE  |  April 01 2012, 6:43AM

    I can think of something else where a blank page would have sufficed...

  • Nkmick  |  March 31 2012, 6:50PM

    A blank page would have sufficed

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  • M_C_Donald  |  March 30 2012, 1:26PM

    I would love to go out, but someone has emptied the petrol stations.

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  • Lincoln_Biker  |  March 30 2012, 10:49AM

    Vodka Revolution Bar for food and drink? Has Food Monster had his hand in this decision by any chance? I can only suggest Vodka Revolutions for a meal out if you enjoy being stuck to the furniture and you dont mind the background music at 400,000dB. Is it April 1st today by any chance?

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  • Whiley45  |  March 30 2012, 10:32AM

    Two more things to do; Form a queue for petrol. Eat a Cornish Pastie!

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  • examiner2  |  March 30 2012, 9:33AM

    Is this a serious list or somebody's idea of a joke? I absolutely sure there are more engaging things to do in the countries second biggest county this lot ..surely. You might get a buzz from the annual bee auction .. I don't know who put this list together but your either to lazy to go and find more interesting things or your trying for Olympic gold in being boring. If this is the top ten whats the rest of the list like.

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  • saddletramp2  |  March 30 2012, 6:07AM

    Looks exiting don't you think ?

  • ukrockhunter  |  March 29 2012, 6:12PM

    11 Sport Dodge the dog mess on Monk's Road, run through the Abbey taking your life in your own hands, and avoid the drunks on High Street

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