September 1, 2010 9.02 am This story is over 162 months old

What’s on this September: Our 5 picks

Top picks Find something to do in Lincoln for the month ahead. We look through the most attractive offerings.

Summer may be over, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t anything happening around the city. As the leaves begin to fall, laugh yourself silly with comedy acts, or check out top music artists at the Engine Shed. Here are this month’s top picks:

Red Herring Comedy Club

September 2 | Lincoln Drill Hall | Price: £10

As the name suggests, have a laugh with this month’s featured comedian, Matt Kirshen. He is known best for poking fun at himself, and has written for 8 out of 10 Cats and The Secret Policeman’s Ball. You won’t be disappointed.

The Texas Tenors

September 4 | Lincoln Theatre Royal | Price: from £15.50

Relive the America’s Got Talent final with The Texas Tenors. The classically trained trio will be performing live in the recently refurbished theatre as part of their first UK tour. Catch them while you can.

Charley’s Aunt

September 8-11 | Lincoln Theatre Royal | Price: £10.50

Revel in the big family farce that is Charley’s Aunt. When two friends await the arrival of Charley’s aunt, they have a lot pinned on her visit. So when her visit is delayed, they take drastic measures and disguise a friend as the aunt. From there, everything begins to spiral out of control for the two men.

Last Night of the Proms

September 11 | Lincoln Drill Hall | Price: £7 (£6 concessions)

The Proms are back this year, and Lincoln will be taking part in its own little way. Feel like you are part of Albert Hall by watching the BBC’s Last Night of the Proms at the Drill Hall, alongside two of the county’s own musical talents. Meals are also available before the show. Get your ticket now to avoid disappointment later.

Fun Lovin’ Criminals

September 14 | The Engine Shed | Price: £17.50

The Engine Shed are back with a new season of gigs to please all tastes. Kicking things off is rock/hip hop band Fun Lovin’ Criminals. Known for telling stories of life in a city, the band have gained a huge following since their first release in the 90s.