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Martin Kemp switches on Christmas lights as part of half term events in Spalding




As it's half term from Monday, here are a few ideas of things to do with the family.

The South Holland Centre, in Spalding, is staging the play The Boy Who Cried Wolf, inspired by the famous Aesop fable. This version, presented by Tutti Frutti Productions, is a funny version of the famous cautionary tale.

It features live music, 'a bother of a boy, a mithered mother, a funny grandpa, some hilarious sheep and a scary wolf or two.'

The Boy Who Cried Wolf is on at the South Holland Centre in Spalding over the October half term. Image by Brian Slater.
The Boy Who Cried Wolf is on at the South Holland Centre in Spalding over the October half term. Image by Brian Slater.

It's on at the Centre at 2pm on Wednesday (October 23).

Over at Springfields Shopping Outlet, musician and star of stage and screen, Martin Kemp, will be switching on the Springfields Illuminations on Thursday, October 24.

The evening will be hosted by John Marshall and Joseph Begley from Lincs FM, with live entertainment from St Paul’s Community Primary School Choir and Holbeach Town Band.

Martin Kemp is switching on Springfields' Christmas lights on Thursday, October 24.
Martin Kemp is switching on Springfields' Christmas lights on Thursday, October 24.

The event is free of charge and starts at 6pm, with all stores, restaurants and cafes open until 9pm.

The Illuminations Switch-On event will signal the start of Springfields Outlet’s winter season of festivities, which includes a Winter Wonderland Walk through its dazzlingly lit Festival Gardens.


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