The celebration of 60 years of entertainment in Lincolnshire was directed well by Heather Arnold, with superb choreography by Jo Dewberry and musical direction from Jonty Nowell.
The show was compered comically by former BBC Radio Lincolnshire presenter Dave Bussey sat behind a desk as if he was delivering his radio show.
It started with a powerful rendition of Oh, What A Beautiful Mornin’ and Oklahoma! by Mike Follen, of North Muskham.
Tony Graves gave a hilarious performance as Fagin for Reviewing The Situation, while Kindall Goble and company danced to The Rhythm Of Life.
Andrew Wydrzynski was great in We Both Reached For The Gun, with Heather Arnold sat on his lap as his dummy. Andrew Dawson dressed in drag for an outstanding rendition of I Am What I Am from La Cage Aux Folles, while Peter Merrick, Connah Lilleyman and Alan Trevor gave it their all for Stars, Bring Him Home and Empty Chairs At Empty Tables from Les Miserables.
Nicci Turnbull excelled in Don’t Rain On My Parade, Ben Poole was a Dancin’ Fool, Jo Dewberry tap danced to I Got Rhythm, while Sian Rees reached some very high notes in The Phantom Of The Opera.
The Flower Duet, performed by Marea Reid and Kate Fenn was a delight and the whole company excelled in five numbers from Spamalot. A real team effort — DAB.