Lincoln Drill Hall’s future is in YOUR hands!
Please donate to our Be A Brick campaign and sponsor a brick for just £10 per year! There’s a real chance we could close if we can’t plug the gap left by significant funding cuts. Your gift of just £10 per year will help to prevent that from happening, and keep us open and available for all.
Please spare a few minutes to watch our short video about the campaign. We’d like to take this opportunity to give sincere and immense thanks to everyone who took part, but especially to Jason Bradbury and Phil Crow Photography for giving up their time to make such a fantastic film! Please share it with your friends, family and colleagues, and thank you for your support.
Want to run your own fundraising event to support us?
You’re a brick! 🙂 Download our sponsorship form here and thank you for your help!
Did you know that since 2010 Lincoln Drill Hall has been a registered charity?
Lincoln Arts Trust is dedicated to giving everyone the chance to experience live performance both as an audience member and using the arts for positive change. Across 800+ events, shows and hires each year we really make a difference!
We Change Lives:
In 2015-16 we had over 1500 attendances at youth theatre, 1100 at our Butterfly Club for people with disabilities and over 500 formative experiences for toddlers at our Happy Monday’s Club.
‘Thankyou so much for being such a huge part of my life and helping to make me who I am today. From a member of Fishtank (youth theatre) to a trustee this building helped me grow in ways I cannot even express.’ – Scarlett Rowland.
Hear from more people whose lives have been changed for the better by Lincoln Drill Hall, plus enjoy our growing gallery of support from visiting celebrities!
We Change Place:
90% of people believe that we enhance the sense of community in Lincoln.
95% of people believe that Lincoln Drill Hall is welcoming to the whole community.
We Change Perceptions:
‘The Drill hall fulfils just about all our cultural aspirations and has introduced us to new experiences as well.’ Mr M Stringer – Drill Hall Friend.
‘…This show opened my eyes and understanding to many a question I have been asked as a clinician, but also taught me so much.’ – Audience member at 2016’s Getting Better Slowly.