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  • click image to view 20-21 Visual Arts Centre

    20-21 Visual Arts Centre

    Visit North Lincolnshire’s lively contemporary visual arts centre offering a regularly changing programme of contemporary art and craft exhibitions, as well as related events and free creative activities for all ages. Located in a Grade II* listed building 20-21 also offers a shop stocking artist made goods and a cafe rated 5 stars for food hygiene. Admission free.
  • click image to view All Saints' Church, Winterton

    All Saints' Church, Winterton

    Winterton and All Saints’ Church There is much of interest in All Saints and within our community of Winterton. The town still shows much of its medieval origins and has several handsome Georgian stone houses. All Saints, very large for a rural church, dates from before 1100 and has many interesting features as well as […]
  • click image to view Huginnmuninn - Studio & Gallery of Art, Crafts and Photography

    Huginnmuninn - Studio & Gallery of Art, Crafts and Photography

    Huginnmuninn welcomes visitors and contributors to join workshops and groups for watercolours, acrylics, sewing, needle felting at the Hug, getting crafty and much more. It is a great place to spend sometime when you want to do something different, maybe you have time on your hands, maybe you want to make and take away a […]
  • click image to view Kirton Pottery

    Kirton Pottery

    Christine and Peter make both domestic earthenware and sculptural stoneware for the garden. Commissions are welcome. Open Thursday - Saturday 10.30am - 4.30pm but to be sure or arrange another time please ring on the telephone number above.
  • click image to view Ropery Hall

    Ropery Hall

    Ropery Hall is a small, community venue with a capacity of around 120. For smaller events the seating is cabaret-style. For all other performances it is theatre-style and the seating is unallocated. If you wish to be seated together please ensure that you arrive in good time. If you require additional support to access any […]
  • click image to view The Baths Hall

    The Baths Hall

    The Baths Hall is North Lincolnshire's newest and biggest entertainment venue. The events programme includes theatre, comedy, music, family shows, variety and dance. With full onsite support including technical, catering and box office this multi-format venue is also available for non-entertainment type events including dinners, exhibitions and conferences
  • click image to view The Pantry 8020

    The Pantry 8020

    The Pantry 8020 – formerly The Steel Rooms are based in a three storey building in the Market Town of Brigg. The Café is now run by The Pantry 8020 and can be reached – 01652 652777 / / The Pantry 8020 Brigg — THE PANTRY 8020 Founded in November 2012 by a family […]
  • click image to view The Plowright Theatre

    The Plowright Theatre

    Enjoy the best in professional and community theatre in the intimate atmosphere of The Plowright Theatre’s auditorium. This inviting theatre hosts a varied programme of national touring and local productions including drama, music, comedy, children’s shows and pantomime. Make the most of your visit with a meal in the Star Café Bar, open from 45 minutes before a performance and for lunch Monday to Friday 10am - 2pm.
  • click image to view The Ropewalk

    The Ropewalk

    The Ropewalk is a regionally acclaimed centre for the arts that opened in 2000. It houses galleries, Sculpture Garden, the Ropewalk Museum, Ropery Coffee Shop, and Ropery Hall - a venue for live music, theatre and cinema. Previously a rope factory, The Ropewalk quickly achieved regional acclaim with its constantly changing regional and national exhibitions in the four galleries of this Grade II listed building.
  • click image to view The Ted Lewis Centre

    The Ted Lewis Centre

    Archive and exhibition celebrating the art, life and times of Ted Lewis, novelist, graphic artist and jazz musician. Ted Lewis (1940-1982) was an artist, illustrator and writer living in Barton-upon-Humber in North Lincolnshire. He was best known for creating the character Jack Carter, the protagonist in the 1971 cult film Get Carter, starring Michael Caine. […]