The Engine Shed
- Box office 0844 888 8766
- General enquiries 01522 837400
- Box office times Mon–Fri 11am–3pm
- Website www.engineshed.co.uk
Housed in a renovated, disused railway container storage facility the space is now home to the largest live music venue in Lincoln. Kings of Leon, Stereophonics, Gorillaz and Manic Street Preachers have all played the venue as well as DJs Annie Mac, Fatboy Slim and Zane Lowe. In addition to live music and club nights The Engine Shed hosts stand-up comedy, conferences, fairs and private events. The Tower Bar, built inside the old Victorian Engine Shed's water tower, serves food and drink and shows live sporting action on the big screen.
The venue is 6 minutes walk from Lincoln Central Railway Station.
There are 26 events at this location
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Angelos and Barry
Entirely improvised silliness from two of the world's deepest thinkers.
Self-styled 'progressive patriot' and veteran political activist who is still one of the UK's finest writers of love songs.
Carl Hutchinson: The Fixer
The Manchester-based stand-up, who has supported Chris Ramsey on tour, looks at life's petty annoyances, from social media to unwanted advice.
Liverpudlian indie combo of Britpop vintage (featuring The La's John Power) reform – everyone else is at it, so why not?
Chris Ramsey: Is That Chris Ramsey?
Upbeat anecdotes, feelgood humour and witty observations from Ramsey.
House, garage and heavy basslines at the first party of the year, with guest DJ Jax Jones.
Felicity Ward: 50% More Likely to Die
Stand up from the Australian comedian who has appeared on The John Bishop Show and Russell Howard's Good News.
From the Jam
Now featuring only one member From the Jam. Bruce Foxton is joined by Russell Hastings and drummer Steve 'Smiley' Barnard.
Fun Lovin Criminals
The alternative rock and hip hop trio performs material from their illustrious career, including their seminal album Come Find Yourself.
Fun Lovin' Criminals
Fun Lovin' Criminals may be past their creative peak but always find an eager crowd, keen to bellow along to the hits.
Half Man Half Biscuit
The acerbic post-punk outfit formed in Birkenhead, back in 1984, are on the road again with their cutting social satire and esoteric song titles.
Henning Wehn: Westphalia Is Not An Option
New show from the German Comedy Ambassador.
London-based alt singer-songwriter.
Former X Factor warbler with a wispy, folky, indie-ish vibe.
Jimmy Carr: The Best of, Ultimate, Gold, Greatest Hits Tour
Acerbic wit and dark, deadpan one-liners from familiar telly face Carr.
Mon 12 Dec
£27.50 / 0844 888 8766
Mon 19 Dec
£27.50 / 0844 888 8766
Jon Richardson: Old Man
Wry observations and pessimistic humour from the 8 out of 10 Cats star, who is starting to feel his age.
Lee Nelson: Suited and Booted
Lee Nelson, the creation of comedian Simon Brodkin, is the chavvy catch-phrase monger whose Well Good Show has become a BBC3 hit. Now the South London geeza takes his banter to the live stage where it all works best. Brodkin has appeared as Nelson in a host of TV programmes including Al Murray's sketch show Al Murray's…
Perennial crusty favourites influenced by punk and traditional English music.
Paul Foot: Tis a Pity She's a Piglet
Surreal and chaotic humour from the 2013 Sydney Comedy Award-winning stand-up.
Professor Brian Cox
Professor Brian Cox takes audiences on a journey through space and time.
Britrockers who sounded anachronistic even back in their 90s heyday celebrate their 20th anniversary.
Reginald D Hunter: The Man Who Attempted To Do As Much and Such
The self-proclaimed 'comedian, swashbuckler and scientist' takes his latest and no doubt controversial show on the road.
Sat 13 May 2017
£23 / 0844 888 8766
Rich Hall: 3:10 to Humour
The latest musings from the deadpan grouch, star of ridiculous amount of stuff on the tellybox and a favourite at the Fringe each year.
BRIT School graduates Rizzle Kicks have been having their own go at the charts, following in the footsteps of their classmates Adele and Leona Lewis. The pair offer 80s-inspired, 'flower power' hip hop in support of their 2011 debut album, Stereo Typical.
Soul Ii Soul
British soul, R&B and reggae from the veterans who released the hit single 'Back to Life (However Do You Want Me)' in 1989.