Some of the biggest stars in the comedy world will perform in the grounds of Lincoln Castle this summer with the return of a popular festival.
The Comedy Feast, which combines hit stand-up acts with global cuisine and family entertainment, will take place on June, 8, 9 and 10.
Headlining the 2018 festival is Alan Davies, best known for his role in the BAFTA-winning Jonathan Creek and long-standing position on the panel of QI.
Also on the bill is Joel Dommett, famed for Live at the Apollo headline slots, roles in numerous films and TV shows and his second place title on I’m a Celebrity Get me Out of Here.
Joining them is Milton Jones, James Acaster, Reginald D Hunter, Ed Gamble and many more across the three days such as rising stars like sister duo Flo and Joan.
Food at the festival will include an array of street food from all corners of the planet, from slow-cooked meats to vegan sushi and contemporary Lebanese.
Vegan mavericks at Biff’s Kitchen will be on hand to serve up chicken wings made from crispy-fried jackfruit and people will have the chance to sample the free-range meats of Labowskis.
There will also be a selection of craft beers, real ales, world wines and cocktails on offer.
Family activities will include a Horrible Histories section featuring madcap shenanigans and a look at Britain’s gruesome past.
There will also be a kids playzone all day across Saturday and Sunday, packed with inflatable fun. On Sunday, kids will also have the chance to meet Cbeebies’ Mr Bloom.
Headline tickets for the event start at £20 and include access to the chosen show, as well as the castle, food, bars and entertainment.
Feast only tickets are £5 and include access to the castle, food, bars, music and family fun.
Horrible Histories Live tickets (Sunday only) will be available at £15.50.
Children under 14 get free entry into the castle grounds and the purchase of either a comedy show of a feast only ticket gives the ticket owner access to the castle grounds for the full weekend.