That famous Lincolnshire legend, The Legendary Wizard of Louth (Or how the Lincolnshire sausage came to be) will be performed with gusto by more than 40 children on Saturday (1.15pm).
Youngsters from Scarlet Community Music Club, under the direction of Liz Lenten, have learned to play the ukulele for the performance at Quadring Village Hall.
The children will also be singing, dancing as well as signing for the production, written by award-winning children’s author and poet Garry Slack, who is based in Lincolnshire.
The event includes a special guest concert from Choir Vibe, South Holland Centre’s Community Youth Choir, fresh from their performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London at the Schools Proms.
Tickets are £2/£1, available from the post office.