Comedy stars set for Wolds Words Festival
Comedy and theatre will once again be at the heart of the Wolds Words Festival.
The East Lindsey District Council-run event will kick off on Wednesday, October 16 and run until Sunday, October 20 in Louth and the surrounding area.
The line up includes award-winning "Monkey Poet" Matt Panesh, who organisers say is the "darkest, rudest and funniest" acts at the festival.
Writer Hal Cruttenden, who has appeared on shows including The Royal Variety Show, Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, Mock of the Week and the Rob Brydon Show, will be at the Riverhead Theatre in Louth on Saturday, October 19.
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Henry VIII and his rollercoaster marital history will be brought to life at Spilsby Theatre on Sunday, October 20 when Howard Coggins and Stu McLoughlin present The Six Wives of Henry VIII.
The performance contains live original music, embroidery, Barbie dolls and songs.
For more information, call 07917 758008 or visit www.woldswords.org.uk.