In the year which commemorates the start of the First World War, a touring company will be bringing a comedy-drama from this time period to Frampton.
Badapple Theatre are being supported by Arts Council England, Boston Borough Council and Lincolnshire County Council which aims to bring live theatre to rural communities.
It will be bringing The Thankful Village to the venue tomorrow (Tuesday), at 7pm.
The show is a new comedy-drama with music set against the back drop of the First World War.
The ‘thankful villages’ were those which lost no men because all those who served came home again.
The show tells the story of Bottledale, one of those villages.
It promises a story of hope, humour and humanity about the men who went away to war and the women left behind.
The village hall is based on Middlegate Road, in Frampton.
Tickets to the Badapple Theatre show are £8.
To book tickets call 01205 722013 or visit Fossitt and Thorne, in The Green, Kirton.
l Frampton Village Hall is celebrating 110 years since it was built this year.
Organising group On Stage in Frampton took a short break last year due to losing some of the original founder members.
However, it is back this year – revitalised – with new volunteers joining some of the original group under the leadership of Wendy Cope and determined to keep live theatre alive and kicking in the village and beyond.