POSTPONED: Saturday 4 July 2020, 19.30pm
Following government advice, West Lindsey District Council has made the difficult decision to postpone all public performances and screenings with immediate effect at the Trinity Arts Centre.
This will be in effect until further notice.
We appreciate the inconvenience and disruption that this may cause, however, we believe our priority is to protect our patrons during this time. We will continue to monitor the situation and continue to follow government advice. All updates will be made on our website or on social media or via our newsletter.
A member of our team will be in contact if your show or film has been affected. You will be given the option to transfer your ticket to the rescheduled date, exchange your ticket for account credit which you can put towards the cost of any future performance or film, or request a refund. Our team are working through the affected shows in date order, so please bear with us as we are working on skeletal staff and at home.
It is important we continue to look after each other – thank you for your support during this time and we can’t wait to welcome you back soon.
The Silence Of The Lambs meets Last Of The Summer Wine in dark comedy thriller The Killer Question. Former game show champion Walter Crump lives for murder (it was even his specialist subject on the nerve shredding, general knowledge quiz show The Chair). But did his obsession with death ultimately lead to his own? That’s certainly what Inspector Black believes, and now it is Crump’s dopey widow Margaret who finds herself in the chair – accused of her husband’s murder.
But as shocking details emerge about the events leading up to Walter’s final head to head, it quickly transpires that what started out as an open and shut case has turned into another game altogether: the cat and mouse variety, with more than one deadly twist in the tale.
Will Inspector Black solve the mystery? Will Margaret be home in time for Country File? Who will prove to be the ultimate victim of The Chair? And, just as important, which actor will play which character… the audience decides!
Tickets: £14 (Concessions available)