Sense and Sensibility

Lincoln Drill Hall

17th to 19th May 2018


Our next production will be a stage adaptation of Jane Austen’s classic novel Sense and Sensibility.


The Dashwood sisters are complete opposites. Sensible Elinor is ruled by her head; passionate Marianne follows her heart. When their father dies, they are forced to leave their grand home and move to live among strangers. Their only hope for a secure future is to find a husband. But, in the rigid society of Regency England, when you have no dowry, finding the right suitor is a tricky business. Fall in love with the wrong man – for example a handsome rake like Willoughby, or a penniless would-be parson like Edward Ferrars – and it could lead to your ruin.

Tickets cost £10 and are now available via the Lincoln Drill Hall box office.


Future productions in the pipeline:


  • Gaslight Extravaganza II – a return to our popular Edwardian music hall evening
  • Educating Rita by Willy Russell
  • Ladies’ Day by Amanda Whittington