This autumn, Live Lincs is returning with a fantastic line up of events taking place across North Lincolnshire’s towns and villages, and first up is The Hut People.
English duo, The Hut People (Sam Pirt and Gary Hammond) aim to take audiences on a musical journey around the world.
They have firmly established themselves as one of the most entertaining and best-loved acts on the UK folk scene today.
Mixing global rhythms with folk tunes from Quebec to Spain, Scandinavia to Sussex and everywhere in between, this is a quirky celebration of music not to be missed.
Expect feel good dancing tunes, audience participation, step dancing, foot percussion and humour.
The performance is suitable for audiences aged eight and over. Book early to avoid disappointment.
The Hut People will be visiting:
- Epworth Thurlow Pavilion on Friday 4 October at 8pm. To book tickets call 07711 880863 or email email@example.com.
- Winteringham Village Hall on Sunday 6 October at 8pm. To book tickets call 01724 735076 or 07932 761499.
- Kirton in Lindsey Town Hall on Friday 11 October at 7.30pm. To book tickets call 01652 648435 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Wroot Village Hall on Saturday 12 October at 7.30pm. To book tickets call 07912 490323 or 01302 771802, or email email@example.com.
LiveLincs is a rural touring programme of theatre, dance and music funded by Arts Council England and North Lincolnshire Council.
Managed by Blaize, Live Lincs works with a network of local promoters to bring a programme of high quality, professional artists (sourced nationally and internationally) to village halls and community centres. More details can be found on the Blaize website.
LiveLincs is a rural touring scheme that uses venues in North Lincolnshire for live professional entertainment.
LiveLincs is funded by North Lincolnshire Council and National Lottery through ACE.
LiveLincs is managed by Blaize, a community arts organisation and Social Enterpise Company based in Yorkshire. Blaize is one of the Art’s Council’s National Portfolio Organisations in Yorkshire.