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More details - Grimsthorpe Castle - Open Garden for NGS
The Grade l listed gardens encompass nearly 65 acres and incl large formal lawns, fine topiary and formal hedges, ornamental and productive kitchen garden, large herbaceous borders, rose parterre and woodland walks with spring bulb displays.
Grimsthorpe Castle, Bourne
Sun 8 Apr, Wed 6 Jun

More details - West Deeping Heritage Group
“Voices from the Past – folk songs as historical sources” . Lincolnshire folk singer Kate Witney visited West Deeping Heritage Group in November 2016 to talk about and perform the music of the 14th century illuminated manuscript commissioned by Geoffrey Luttrell, the Luttrell Psalter.
Village Hall, King Street, West Deeping
Wed 18 Apr

More details - Iain Stirling - U OK HUN? Tour
BAFTA-winning comedian Iain Stirling is back after a summer narrating smash hit Love Island (ITV2) and now you can see his actual face on his brand new tour.
Stamford Corn Exchange Theatre, Broad Street, Stamford, lincs
Sat 14 Apr

More details - A Tiger's Tale
2pm & 4pm A new show written by Mike Kenny Directed by Gilly Baskeyfield Music by James Atherton M6 Theatre presents a fantastical new production by the award winning playwright Mike Kenny.
Stamford Arts Centre 27 St Marys Street Stamford
Tue 3 Apr

More details - Burghley House Private South Gardens - Open Garden for NGS
On 7 and 8 April the Private South Gardens at Burghley House will open for the NGS with spectacular spring bulbs in park like setting with magnificent trees and the opportunity to enjoy Capability Brown’s famous lake and summerhouse. Entry to the Private South Gardens via Orangery.
Burghley House Private South Gardens, Stamford
Sat 7 Apr and Sun 8 Apr

More details - James Hickman & Dan Cassidy
A transatlantic duo inspired by the traditions of America and Britain Hickman’s emotive , soaring vocals and driving guitar is complemented by Cassidy’s ingenious and virtuosic fiddling.
Crowland Abbey, 46 East Street, Crowland
Sun 8 Apr

More details - Woolsthorpe Manor - Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt
Nature trails with a science twist - your prize will be a Cadbury choccy treat! Booking Not Needed. Families welcome. Assistance Dogs only are welcome.
Woolsthorpe Manor, Water Lane, Woolsthorpe by Colsterworth, near Grantham
Fri 30 Mar to Mon 2 Apr

More details - Woolsthorpe Manor - Crafty Sundays at Woolsthorpe
One Sunday a month we’re inviting local stallholders to bring their wares to Woolsthorpe for a mini-craft event - just drop in and see what’s here this month! Booking Not Needed. Assistance Dogs only are welcome.
Woolsthorpe Manor, Water Lane, Woolsthorpe by Colsterworth, near Grantham
Sun 8 Apr, Sun 13 May

More details - Easton Walled Gardens - Open Garden for NGS
A 400-year-old, restored, 12 acre garden set in the heart of Lincolnshire. Home to snowdrops, sweet peas, roses and meadows. The tearoom serves delicious light lunches and cream teas and there is a well-stocked gift shop and plants for sale. Other highlights include a turf maze, swing, yew tunnel and bird hide.
Easton Walled Gardens, Easton
Fri 30 Mar

More details - Garden Design Workshop
While many of us are happy to design and decorate our homes the ideas can dry up as soon as we move outside. Where is the best place for a patio or path, the greenhouse or arbour? And then there is the whole question of choosing and using plants...
Barnsdale Gardens, The Avenue, Exton, Oakham

More details - Easter at Barnsdale Gardens
Come for a fun-filled family weekend! Everyone can paint an egg to help decorate our special Easter Tree and youngsters can have a cracking good time hunting for tokens to swap for a chocolatey Easter treat.
Barnsdale Gardens, The Avenue, Exton, Oakham
Fri 30 Mar to Mon 2 Apr

More details - Sunday Afternoon Music For All Tastes
Come along and enjoy 2 hours of Show Tunes, Film Themes, Big Band, Classical, Ballads, Orchestral, Jazz and Popular Easy Listening Favourites played by top professional artistes on electronic keyboard orchestra instruments. Free light refreshments during the 30 minute interval.
Market Overton Village Hall, 52 Main Street
Sun 8 Apr

More details - Folk Evening with "Pennyless"
Folk evening with Pennyless doors open 7pm music 7.30pm. Tickets £7.50 includes tea, coffee or bring own drinks. Tickets limited to 50. Call 01406 373237 to find out about tickets.
Moulton Windmill, High Street, Moulton, Lincs
Fri 20 Apr

More details - Colourful calligraphy workshop
Designed for those who have learnt the basics. Improve your calligraphy skills by learning how to create colourful backgrounds and enhance the meaning of words through writing in colour. You’ll need to bring some of your own calligraphy equipment with you to this workshop. Lunch included.
Peterborough Museum, Priestgate, Peterborough

More details - Making Noise Grantham
Making Noise is a series of weekend musical workshops for parents and carers and their children and young people with disabilities or sensory impairment in Grantham, Sleaford and Lincoln! Parents and carers are encouraged to participate in the workshops.
Guildhall Arts Centre St Peter’s Hill Grantham
Sat 7 Apr, Sat 21 Apr

More details - You've Got Dragons
“Dragons come when you least expect it. You turn round…and they’re there.” Lots of people get them; bad dreams, swirly tummy, feeling prickly. And sometimes they make you feel alone. So, what can a young child with a bad case of the dragons do?
Guildhall Arts Centre St Peter’s Hill Grantham
Thu 12 Apr

More details - Glasshouse Acoustic Session March 2018
It’s guitar and voice at the Glasshouse this month, with sets by three acts all new to the event - soloists Dan Perrin and Caitlyn P, and duo Joe & Mary. All excellent players and singers, with genres covering folk, blues, country, rock and pop, it’s guaranteed to be a great first day of summer!
Riverside Bar, Key Theatre, Embankment Road, Peterborough
Sun 25 Mar

More details - Circus of Horrors Voodoo
After taking to the road over 22 years ago and touring all over the world the phenomenon returns with its latest brand new incarnation “Voodoo”.
Key Theatre, Embankment Road
Wed 28 Mar

More details - The Importance of Being Earnest
Following their recent successes with The Pillowman, Jerusalem, Pygmalion and One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, Mask Theatre brings Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest to the Key Theatre main stage.
Key Theatre Embankment Road, Peterborough
Wed 11 Apr to Sat 14 Apr

More details - Peterborough Festival of Antiques
Now in its 18th Year . One of the largest antiques fair in the UK. Over 2000 stalls. 9 areas to browse through - 5 huge indoor areas and 4 outdoor areas. Plenty of various refreshment areas Plenty of seating Cash points on site
East of England Showground , Peterborough ,
Fri 30 Mar

More details - The National Motorhome & Campervan Show
Motorhomes and Campervans will fill the East of England Showground as the UK’s largest outdoor show of its kind returns to Peterborough. Attracting thousands of hobby lovers across the weekend, visitors can stay on-site for up to four nights or head to the event for a day out.
East of England Showground, Peterborough
Fri 20 Apr to Sun 22 Apr

More details - Bronze Age swords workshop
Join bronze specialist Neil Burridge and have the chance to make and take home your very own bronze sword! Work on your own 26-inch leaf blade sword, inspired by one of the most prolific swords from the Bronze Age.
Flag Fen Archaeology Park, The Droveway, Northey Road, Peterborough

More details - Bronze Age ring workshop
Join Bronze Age expert Neil Burridge for this chance to make your own spiralled Bronze Age ring. Working in pure silver, you’ll be guided through every technique needed. You’ll also explore different methods used by Bronze Age smiths in the work of gold and other metals with stone and bronze tools.
Flag Fen Archaeology Park, The Droveway, Northey Road, Peterborough
Sun 25 Mar

More details - Flag Fen Archaeology Lectures: the Mildenhall Treasure and dining in Roman Britain
The Weston Curator of Roman Britain at the British Museum presents new research on one of the most iconic finds from Roman Britain. Held every spring, this popular annual series explores new and exciting archaeological developments, research projects, and excavations. Booking is advised for these popular talks.
Flag Fen Archaeology Park, The Droveway, Northey Road, Peterborough
Thu 29 Mar

More details - Belton House - Community Talk: uncovering Belton's stables
Discover how the National Trust approaches large conservation projects and find out more about Belton’s exciting stables project taking place in 2018 as we peel back the layers of history to uncover the buildings secrets. Booking Essential. Phone: 01476 566116 ext: 114.
Belton House, Grantham,
Mon 26 Mar