The much-loved city centre venue is reporting record-breaking attendances for its pantomime Snow White, which took its last curtain call on Monday (2nd January).
Nearly 10,000 children, mums, dads, grans and granddads saw the show, according to a delighted Simon Hollingworth, Director of Lincoln Drill Hall.
“Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was the Drill Hall’s fifth panto and by far our most successful to date,” said Simon.
“Over the 33 performances over 9,800 people attended – that’s 84% of all available tickets –which is phenomenal!
“We also received masses of positive feedback during the run. It was a truly great show and audiences just loved it. What a great way to end 2011 and start 2012!”
Snow White was staged by Jamie Marcus Productions and tickets for next year’s panto Peter Pan are already on sale.
Across the city at Lincoln Theatre Royal comics Cannon and Ball are appearing in Cinderella until Sunday 15th January. Keep your eye on LoveLincoln.co.uk to find out if they’ve broken any records of their own!