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Cathedral Quarter

  • August 5; 2019 to August 16; 2019
  • All Day

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The popular musical performed in the unique and atmospheric surroundings of Lincoln Cathedral by the ever-popular Starring Lincoln Theatre Company.

The production is particularly special as it's performed in the round so the audience is drawn into the action more than ever before. And with 150 voices, an outstanding orchestra and a cast of the most stupendously talented performers, the audience will get an experience they will never forget.

Previous productions by Starring Lincoln Theatre Company at the Cathedral have included Jesus Christ Superstar and Jekyll and Hyde, and all have been praised for the professionalism of the production.

The show is produced and performed by the people of Lincoln; the community has come together to create a genuine cultural highlight. The show is also an opportunity for reflection on the sometimes challenging themes of the story, such as child exploitation and domestic violence.

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Times & Prices

Shows from Monday 5th - Friday 16th August.

Tickets can be booked on the Lincoln Cathedral website, in the Cathedral shop, or by calling Lincoln Cathedral on 01522 561658:

  • Tickets range from £25 - £35 depending on location.

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