Comedy and theatre are two of the main highlights of the Wolds Words Festival 2013, claims the district council.
The festival will kick off on October 16 and run until October 20 in Louth and the surrounding Lincolnshire Wolds.
The packed five-day programme of events includes a Shakespearean Tea at 2.30pm on Thursday 17, Friday 18, and Saturday 19, October at Spilsby Theatre when visitors will see a selection of Shakespeare’s finest scenes brought to life around them while they can sip freshly brewed tea and enjoy a slice of homemade cake.
Then, at 7.30pm award-winning ‘Monkey Poet’ Matt Panesh will present a double bill of his one-man stand-up show Love Hurts Actually followed by his trademark stand-up poetry.
Henry VIII and his six wives will be brought to life at Spilsby Theatre on Sunday, October 20 at 7.30pm as Howard Coggins and Stu McLoughlin present The Six Wives of Henry VIII.
For more information visit www.woldswords.org.uk