TV comedians Bill Bailey, Russell Kane and David O’Doherty will headline a new three-day comedy festival at Lincoln Castle.
The three-day festival, Comedy Feast, will take place on June 9, 10 and 11, and will showcase food, drink and the best in British comedy.
Bill Bailey, Russell Kane and David O’Doherty will perform alongside rising stars, including Phil Wang, Louisa Omielan and Ivo Graham.
Sunday will also play host to the BBC’s award-winning Horrible Histories Live.
The food line-up will include treats from Honest Burgers, Oli Baba’s, Taiwanese sensation Le Bao, award-winning Crabbieshack and more.
There will also be a host of bars serving craft beer, real ale, cocktails and wine, plus live music and entertainment throughout the weekend.
Andy Ellis, one of the event organisers told The Lincolnite: “The street-food scene in London is huge, we’re bringing the best of the best to Lincoln.
“We’re very passionate about the city and believe it deserves events that stand out on a national level.”
Andy George, also organising the event, added: “World-class comedians like Bill Bailey don’t often appear in Lincoln so it’s a great opportunity to catch them.”
Ben Atkins, who is organising the event, said: “It’s an incredibly exciting concept, from Vietnamese Streetfood to Halloumi Fries to Gin Sorbets to London’s best burger joint – you won’t know where to turn!
“It will be a really nice place to hang out and soak up the incredible atmosphere.”
Comedy Feast tickets start at £13.50 and include access to your chosen comedy show, plus The Feast, bars and live music, all within the castle grounds.
Feast Only tickets are £3 and include access to the castle, Feast, bars and live music, all within the castle grounds. These tickets do not give you access to comedy shows.
Headline comedy shows take place in the Comedy Feast Auditorium. Capacity is limited, so advance booking is recommended.
Tickets for Horrible Histories Live (Sunday only) are also £13.50.