• Disco Toddlers 2024

    Disco Toddlers 2024

    Mon 15 Apr, Mon 20 May, Mon 17 Jun, Mon 15 Jul, Mon 12 Aug, Mon 16 Sep, Mon 21 Oct, Mon 18 Nov & Mon 16 Dec

    Calling all parents and their toddlers! Get ready to PARTY! 

  • The Monocle

    The Monocle

    Fri 28 Jun

    This highly virtuosic contemporary dance performance featuring the voluptuous jazz chanteuse Imogen Banks presents the untold story of Le Monocle, a secretly notorious lesbian cabaret in 1930s Paris.

  • The Groove - 2024

    The Groove - 2024

    Sat 25 May, Sat 29 Jun & Fri 26 Jul

    An exciting, fun-filled night for adults with disabilities aged 16+, their families and support workers. If you have ever wanted to experience a nightclub environment this event should not be missed!

  • Metamorphosis (Chantry Origins)

    Chantry Origins Youth Company present a stunning evening of contemporary, ballet and modern dance. The young people who make up this talented company are from all over the UK as well as Grantham.

  • AN EVENING WITH DANNY BEARD

    Join Drag Race UK season 4 winner Danny Beard for a 5-star night of killer vocals, snappy comedy, put downs and pick me ups.

  • Serenata - Music In Quiet Places

    The most romantic Classical music for violin and guitar performed by international soloists Harriet Mackenzie and Morgan Szymanski.

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Serenata - Music In Quiet Places

Thurs 13 Jun

The most romantic Classical music for violin and guitar performed by i...
  • Visitor Information

    You will find lots of local visitor information at our box office reception, in the main entrance. We are open Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 10am till 2pm. We offer street maps of the local area, as well as a range of flyers about local attractions and places to visit.

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  • History

    The Guildhall and jail on St Peter’s Hill in Grantham was commissioned in 1866 by Mayor Thomas Winter after criminal Jesse Dale, who was serving 15 years for stealing, twice walked out of the town’s original jail in 1864.

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