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The Lock In Christmas Carol at the South Holland Centre combines panto with hip-hop and folk


By Spalding Reporter


With live music from The Demon Barbers, The Lock In Christmas Carol breaks the boundaries of dance fusing hip-hop with traditional folk to create a show for the whole family, writes Patrick Walsh.

Staged at the South Holland Centre in Spalding next Friday (November 30), the tale opens at the fictional local pub, 'The Olde Fighting Cocks.'

The regulars are looking forward to a night of hip-hop and folk dance on Christmas Eve.

The Demon Barbers in the Lock In Christmas Carol. (5452285)
The Demon Barbers in the Lock In Christmas Carol. (5452285)

But the owner of the pub, and fusion adoring landlady, Grandma, is nowhere to be seen and the pub has been taken over by the mysterious Jasmine who plans to turn the pub into a techno bar placing profit over the fun of the regulars...

The show starts at 8pm. Tickets £17.50, concessions £16 and under 25s £10. Book on 01775 764777 or www.southhollandcentre.co.uk

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