Lincs: Vinyl and recession in a modern take on Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night

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The Lincoln Company are presenting an 21st Century take on Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night at Lincoln Performing Arts Centre next month.

A record shop during the recession sounds like the perfect money-maker.

A group of well-meaning, infatuated and reckless teenagers take on a business with limited growth potential and next to no customers.

But who needs money and a girlfriend anyway when you’ve got vinyl?

The production is on Thursday October 8 and Friday October 9 at 7.30pm both nights.

Tickets are £10 (£8 concessions, £5 NUS and under-26) at www.lpac.co.uk