Geordie comedian Sarah Millican will perform at four Lincolnshire venues next year as part of her new UK tour Bobby Dazzler.

Sarah, who is married to fellow comedian Gary Delaney and has appeared on various TV panel shows, will visit Lincoln, Scunthorpe, Grimsby and Skegness between July and October 2021.

Tickets will be available for general sale from 10am on Friday, November 27 – see more details here.

However, anyone on Sarah’s mailing list will have access to book at 10am on Wednesday, November 26. The first 5,000 tickets that get sold to mailing list members will have no booking fee.

Tickets are priced at £27.50 before any venue charges. The booking fee will only be £1.50 per ticket.

Lincolnshire shows

  • The Baths Hall, Scunthorpe – July 16 and 17
  • Grimsby Auditorium – August 21
  • Embassy Theatre, Skegness – September 1
  • The Engine Shed, Lincoln – October 27 and 31

As well as the UK and Ireland leg of the tour, Sarah is working on booking some international dates in Europe, Australia, New Zealand and North America.

Police are appealing to identify a woman who allegedly didn’t pay beauty treatments in Lincoln.

Just after 8pm on Wednesday, November 4 a woman received £330 worth of beauty treatment from an appointment at Lincoln Aesthetics on Silver Street.

She left the salon without paying for the treatment and now police are investigating the incident as fraud.

She has been described as a woman in her 30s, of slim build, with blonde hair, a pale complexion and light freckles on her face.

If you know who this person is, contact officers in one of the following ways:

  • Call 101 and quote incident 206 of November 6
  • Email [email protected] and put incident 206 of November 6 in the subject box
  • Call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111

McDonald’s wants to build a new drive-thru on the outskirts of Boston.

The restaurant chair submitted plans for the build, including car parking and landscaping, off Westbridge Road roundabout.

Documents submitted to Boston Borough Council said the application forms part of a major brand refresh and attempts to “increase [McDonald’s] representation in certain key locations”.

The proposed restaurant is expected to employ more than 65 full and part time staff. A children play frame will also be included with the build.

The documents said: “The design and layout of the proposal is appropriate in the area.

“The site represents an appropriate location for a drive-thru restaurant, which will be well placed to offer refreshments to passing customers and those in the surrounding area.”

The layout for the new build.

It notes the proposal is in a “prominent roadside location” near Tesco and other large retail areas.

If approved, the restaurant will be the town’s second McDonald’s, with the next nearest in Sutterton.

The existing one off Queen Street is often complained about by residents due to traffic, which in busy times queues back around the car park and onto the main road.

Designs for how the building will look.

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