Venues and Promoters
More information on of all our Venue and Promoter members and their contact details, listed in alphabetical order.
Secretary: Mr Alan John
7 Pleasant Place, Louth, LN11 0NA
Telephone: 01507 605070
Provides a free centre of music for local people of all ages and abilities to play and listen.
Library Concert Series: Wednesday Lunchtime Proms; Special events; Monthly Impromptu Concerts.
All at Louth Library, Conoco Room.
New performers always welcome.
Instrument loan scheme for Louth Area.
Bailgate Methodist Church
82 High Street, Saxilby, Lincoln LN1 2HG
Telephone: 01522 702428
Promoting recitals on the Eminent Organ.
The organ may be used for practice by Organ scholars, by prior arrangement, for a small fee.
Blackfriars Theatre and Arts Centre
Dr Stuart Bull
Blackfriars Theatre & Arts Centre, Spain Lane, Boston PE21 6HP
Telephone: 01205 363108
Blackfriars is Boston’s centre for entertainment and the arts - a "Little Theatre" created from the remains of
the thirteenth century Dominican Friary.
It is home to successful local amateur dramatic and musical theatre groups, and hosts a varied program of professional stage productions.
Blackfriars also runs its own children's Theatre Academy.
Boston Concert Club
We hold six concerts per year on the third Tuesday of each of each month from October to March.
Concerts start at 7.30pm
Our venue for 2019-2020 is Boston Grammar School (Rowley Road) PE21 9JE.
Please check our new concert brochure in August 2020 and the MUSIC:LINK monthly diary for our venues in 2020-2021.
Parking is available on site. Disabled access and full amenities. Refreshments available at the interval.
Tickets: £12.00 in advance or on the door.
Students and accompanied children - FREE
Season tickets - £50 (Concessions - £45 for over 60s)
Bourne Corn Exhchange
Bourne Corn Exchange
3 Abbey Rd, Bourne PE10 9EF
Venue phone: 01778 423579
Box Office: 01476 406158
The Corn Exchange dates back to 1870 and was built on the site of the old post office on Abbey Road. The original building was designed as a public hall and corn exchange which was held in the large main hall with a stage and retiring rooms. Today the Corn Exchange has received a completely new facelift. The new South Kesteven Community Access Point was opened at the Corn Exchange in 2013 bringing all town, district and county council services under one roof together with the public library from South Street and the Registry Office from West Street. The main hall continues to be used as a major venue for social occasions ranging from dinner dances, meetings of local community groups, regular productions by the local amateur dramatic societies, music concerts and other stage entertainment.
Gainsborough All Saints' Concert Promotions
Susan M Ritchie
7 Garfield Street, Gainsborough DN21 2LA
Telephone: 01427 613074
All Saints Telephone: 01427 611036
A series of Tuesday lunchtime concerts held during July and August in All Saints' Church.
Other concerts by arrangement.
Grantham Music Club
Season Ticket Membership Prices 2017- 2018: Adults £50.00
All concerts are open to the public.
Seat prices £15.00 (Concessions £10.00)
Junior / Full time Students - Free
Six concerts are arranged each season featuring varied artistes.
Most concerts take place at:
The King's School, Brook St. Grantham or,
Christchurch, Finkin St, Grantham
This season, St Wulfram's Church & The Guildhall Theatre are the 2 other venues.
Tickets on sale at the door on the evening of the performance or from the Box Office, Guildhall Arts Centre.
Grimsby Central Hall is the oldest continuous concert venue in North East Lincolnshire and considered, by many, to be the home of real music.
The superb acoustics of the Main Auditorium (holding up to 700 persons) are the finest in the area; universally acclaimed by professional artistes and a multitude of local music societies.
The Roy Kemp Recital Hall can accommodate up to 170 people with a large stage, dressing rooms as well as kitchen facilities and a licensed bar making it ideal for drama, intimate concerts, conferences, wedding receptions and private parties.
The Central Hall is the hub of community life; hosting a wide variety of weekly clubs and societies.
The unique facilities are available for hire as a venue for concerts, training courses, meetings and conferences from small to large scale activities.
The Fisherman's Chapel, with poignant links to Grimsby's fishing heritage, is a popular choice for services, baptisms and funerals.
Home of the St James Choristers.
Choral Evensong: Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:30 (boys' voices)
Friday at 5:30 (full choir).
Sundays: Choral Parish Eucharist 10:30am
Choral Evensong 6:00pm
Lunchtime recitals on the first Wednesday of each month during term time 12:30 - 1:10pm.
Admission free. Retiring collection.
The Arts Forum Festival.
Various Concerts throughout the year.
Guildhall Arts Centre
The Guildhall Arts Centre is a community-centred venue that aims to offer its customers innovative, stimulating and quality arts’ experiences. Our venue is predominantly a receiving theatre where we bring in professional touring shows and also hire the venue out to professional shows. In addition, Grantham has a thriving amateur scene and several groups from the area hire the venue for their productions. We have an annual Christmas pantomime in partnership with Polka Dot Pantomimes. Alongside the shows, the Arts Centre is also a hub for workshops and community activities. We offer several workshops for a range of ages and our rooms are in constant use by businesses, organisations and individuals for meetings, workshops, fairs, conferences and parties.
'Meres Live' Trent Road, Grantham NG31 7XQ - we bring larger events to the district at the Meres Leisure Centre, situated just outside Grantham town centre and close to the A1. There is a flexible auditorium, seating from 500 to 1300 depending on the requirements of the show. There is also ample free parking.
Leading Jazz in Lincolnshire
Jazzpac is a consortium of voluntary promoters and venues bringing high quality, live, contemporary jazz music to Lincolnshire audiences.
Jazzpac is active in supporting and organizing Jazz education in Lincolnshire.
Jazzpac is one of the 5 partners who comprise the East Midlands Jazz consortium (EMJAZZ), the regional 'National Portfolio Holder' of Arts Council England. The others are: Nottingham Jazz, Leicester Jazz, Derby Jazz and Northants Jazz.
Kirton in Lindsey Entertainment Organisation
Mr Martin Hollingsworth
20 Grove Street, Kirton in Lindsey, Gainsborough DN21 4BY
Telephone: 01652 648435
KLEO organises and promotes Musical and Arts events in Kirton in Lindsey and area.
Also works with North Lincs Rural Touring Scheme to encourage the Arts in Rural areas.
Langton with Suttersby PCC
Church of St Peter & St Paul, Langton by Spilsby.
Church services are normally held on the fourth Sunday of the month at 11 am.
Langton is well known for its annual candlelit carol service on the first Sunday after Christmas.
Two concerts a year now take place in the candlelit Georgian church in May and September.
Advance booking is strongly recommended as demand for the concerts is always very high.
Lincoln Cathedral Music Fund
Appeal Secretary, 4 Priorygate, Lincoln LN2 1PL
Telephone: 01522 561614
Fax: 01522 540642
Unlike many ancient cathedrals, Lincoln has no historic endowment to support its choir and organ music.
In 1993 the Lincoln Cathedral Music Fund (Reg Charity No 1033089) was set up to help preserve Lincoln's excellent music tradition.
The annual cost of running and maintaining the instruments is considerable, but with the support that is received from those who love the music of the Cathedral, from various Trusts and with the hard work and dedication of our Music Fund volunteers in creating and running events, funds are raised to help keep the music alive in the Cathedral.
Lincoln International Chamber Music Festival
Patron: Mark Elder
Artistic Directors: Ashley Wass & Matthew Trusler
Registered Company Address & Festival Office:
c/o Lincoln Drill Hall, Free School Lane, Lincoln LN2 1EY
Telephone: 01522 691946
Check our website for information about the current/next Festival.
Performances at venues in Lincoln and Lincolnshire.
LICMF Lunchtime Concerts at the Drill Hall 1.05pm on the 1st Tuesday of every month February - July
Tickets may be booked through Lincoln Drill Hall Box Office.
Telephone: 01522 873 894 or in person at Lincoln Drill Hall, Free School Lane, Lincoln, LN2 1EY.
Box Office is open 10am to 5pm Monday to Saturday. Credit and debit card payment facilities available. There is a charge of 50p per transaction for credit / debit card transactions
See our website for more information.
Lincoln Music and Drama Festival
General Secretary: Mrs Glenys Gage
15 Somerville Close, Waddington, Lincoln LN5 9QP
Telephone: 01522 880179
Chairman: Mr P Hill
Greenways, Grantham Road, Harmston, Lincoln LN5 9SJ
Telephone: 01522 723967
Treasurer: Margaret Reading
9 Shire Close, Billinghay, Lincoln LN4 4GR
Telephone: 01526 323885
Sessions Daily 9.30-21.30(approx) in Central Methodist Church, High Street, Lincoln.
Speech & Drama - 1st week in March
Music 2nd week in March
Syllabus: Music Shops from October
Programme: Music Shops from end February
Grand Piano for hire in situ.
Lincoln St Mary Magdalene Parish Church
St Mary Magdalene Church, Bailgate Lincoln LN1 3AR
Louth & District Concert Society
Membership Details Prices:
Adults Full: £63.00, Senior: £52.00, Students - £25.00, Joint (2 Adults) - £100.00
Single Tickets: Adults: £12.00, Senior: £10.00, Student: £5.00, Under 16: FREE
Concerts are presented each season in September, October, November, February, March & April and are usually held on Thursdays at 7.30pm in the Salvation Army Hall, Louth.
Master Class and/or Workshops for local people are sometimes provided on the afternoon of the concerts.
Nottingham Cathedral Music is the home of the Nottingham Cathedral Choir (Director of Music: Alex Patterson) and the Cathedral Youth Choir (Director: Ellie Martin).
Nottingham Cathedral Choir is an auditioned adult mixed voices group leading the 11.15am Solemn Mass each Sunday at the Cathedral. They rehearse on Fridays 7.30-9pm and have a high turnover of music from plainsong and polyphony through to contemporary music by composers such as Cecilia McDowall, Jonathan Dove, Amy Summers, and Howard Skempton. They also give concerts throughout the year and tour regularly across the continent.
The Cathedral Youth Choir is a group open to all children and young people aged 7 – 18. They meet on Fridays 6-7pm in Cathedral Hall and sing a range of music often in 2 or 3 parts. As well as singing at the Sunday 6pm Mass about once a month, the choir also give concerts throughout the year.
The Parish of Boston (St Botolph's)
Saint James' Church Louth
Master of Choristers: Mr Allan Smith
6 Upgate, Louth LN11 9ET
Tel: 01507 610247
Mixed Children's & Adults' choirs sing Eucharist and Choral Evensong every Sunday.
Friday lunchtime recitals featuring local and guest musicians from end of June to end of August.
Regular organ recitals on the excellent Norman and Beard organ in May and June.
Good acoustics and an impressive setting make St James’ an ideal concert venue.
All enquiries through the Parish Office: 01507610247
Scunthorpe & North Lincolnshire Concert Society
Chairman: Mr G Saunders, BA, ARCM
Telephone: 01652 661736
Secretary:Mrs Jill Martin
Telephone: 07917 011759
Treasurer: Mr S N Kavanagh
15 Merlin Way, Thorpe Hesley, Rotherham S61 2TX
Telephone: 01144 574570
Publicity Officer: Mrs Marian Pearson
Season Tickets (all seven concerts): Adults £80
Single Concerts Adults - £16
School Children/Students FREE (children of school age must be accompanied by a paying adult)
Our season ticket will also gain you half-price admission to Grimsby and Louth Societies’ concerts, subject to availability.
Contact the Treasurer for tickets.
All concerts take place on Fridays at 7.30pm at New Theatre, Outwood Academy Foxhills, Scunthorpe DN15 8LJ
Workshops are held for local school pupils as available.
Mr Gary Headland
12 Hervey Road, Sleaford NG34 7LT
Telephone: 01529 302655
Mobile: 07474 781628
Sleaford Live is a not-for-profit group who liaise and work with venues, musicians and other interested parties to organise and co-ordinate ‘SLEAFORD LIVE’, a 10-day festival of music of all genres and other performing arts which runs in early May each year.
We are always looking for people to support us, so if you're interested in helping or wish to organise an event for SLEAFORD LIVE, please contact Keith Collishaw on 07827 258925 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Facebook: Sleaford Live
South Kesteven District Council
Cultural Services Team Leader
South Kesteven District Council
St Peter's Hill
Grantham NG31 6PZ
Telephone: 01476 406150
Fax: 01476 406001
Southwell Music Festival Ltd
47 Easthorpe, Southwell NG25 0HY
Telephone: 07790 910298
Southwell Music Festival is an annual, top quality classical music festival taking place each August Bank Holiday to celebrate classical music, to raise the profile of the town and its magnificent medieval Minster, and to inspire local musicians - especially young people.
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. Throughout the year professional touring theatre companies visit our 166 seat theatre as well as five weeks of drama from our resident Shoestring Theatre Company. The theatre also doubles up as our cinema which, over the last 20 years, has become a film hub for Stamford showing a wide range of genres including Hollywood blockbusters, British, European and Art House to name a few.
Our beautiful ballroom hosts a variety of concerts including our classical music season that runs from October through to May, as well as dances and workshops. The ballroom is available to hire at selected times along with several other multifunctional rooms for everything from meetings to evening functions.