Our Venues

Here you can find direct links to all of the arts venues who make up LOV (click here to find out what LOV is and why we’re working together.) For details of what’s on at your local venue and how you can get involved, have a look at each venue’s individual website by clicking on the links below:

The Collection/ Usher Gallery, Lincoln

The Collection and Usher Gallery is Lincolnshire’s premier contemporary Art gallery and Museum. The buildings sit side by side in the centre of the city close to Steep Hill and enjoy spectacular views of Lincoln Cathedral.

Guildhall Arts Centre, Grantham

The Guildhall is the impressive focal point of Grantham’s town centre, and the building used to be the site of the Town Hall and jail (where the UK’s first female police officer worked!) Now it’s just a top notch arts centre with a rich programme of drama, dance, music and workshops. It’s also a favourite with local amateur groups. Take a look at the website for more info.

Lincoln Drill Hall

With a host of innovative and varied events, the Drill Hall is one of Lincoln’s most exciting venues, with a full programme of music, theatre, dance, comedy, literature events, drama and workshops. When you visit the website make sure you take a peek at the video on the Homepage, which provides a virtual tour of the venue!

Lincoln Performing Arts Centre

The Lincoln Performing Arts Centre is a new state-of-the-art performance and conference venue at the University of Lincoln. Opened in January 2008, the 446 seat purpose built theatre hosts a wide variety of performing arts and events including drama, comedy, ballet, contemporary dance and classical music programme.

National Centre for Craft & Design, Sleaford

Nationally and internationally recognised for the quality of it’s exhibitions, The National Centre for Craft and Design is the largest venue in England entirely dedicated to the exhibition, celebration and promotion of contemporary and international craft and design.

 

 

 

Stamford Arts Centre

Drawing on a rich heritage dating back to the 18th Century, Stamford Arts Centre provides you with the opportunity to experience and participate in a wide selection of art forms from theatre, music and film to sculpture, dance and drawing, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

 

 

 

The South Holland Centre, Spalding

At the heart of Spalding, the South Holland Centre has so much to offer, with it’s 300+ seated auditorium showing blockbuster films, family shows and the very best in dance, music and drama. It also boasts a wide variety of workshops for all ages, and a brilliant view over Spalding’s market place.

 

 

 

The Terry O’Toole Theatre, North Hykeham

 TOTT is a friendly and accessible professional theatre situated at the very heart of Lincolnshire’s North Kesteven district, serving both the local community and the greater Lincoln area. The theatre stages a mixed programme of high quality professional drama, dance, music and workshops, alongside a wide range of community performances and shows.

Trinity Arts Centre, Gainsborough

Trinity Arts Centre is a multi-functional building committed to servicing the West Lindsey District community. The building itself is a converted gothic church still with its original features and a bar open for shows and film screenings where you can sit with a drink and soak up the charming architecture and art in the bar by local talented artists.

 

 

 

The Riverhead Theatre, Louth

Louth Playgoers Riverhead Theatre is a modern local community owned venue. It is maintained and run by a dedicated team made up almost entirely of volunteers and sucessfully runs a varied arts programme and participation programme

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