Casket Case

Lightning. Heights. Raw Meat. Bears. Knives. Spiders… and death, obviously.. Casket Case is a show about our fear of death, dying and being dead. It’s about Jozey, who doesn’t really do anything that could possibly, even slightly, increase her risk of dying. Not even putting salt on her chips. Madness. Her anxieties are spiraling out of control and her friends are faced with just two options - kill, or cure. Casket Case is part story, part cabaret, part totally morbid curiosity. After all, none of us are getting out of here alive. Supported by public funding from Arts Council England and commissioned by Lincoln Performing Arts Centre.

Please note this is a new date as the show was moved due to snow!

Book Tickets

£10.00/ £8.00 concessions/ £5 under 26s and school groups

Please contact the box office directly on 01476 406158 if you wish to book wheelchair spaces or balcony seats

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