02 October 2021
The Wulfram Centre for Wholeness and Wellbeing, based at Grantham House, has launched its first workshops.
11 July 2021
An experienced teacher and artist is running a number of art workshops for children during July and August.
11 June 2021
Grantham Museum has reopened its doors to the public after months of closure.
06 June 2021
Little Ponton Hall will open to visitors as part of the National Garden Scheme.
05 June 2021
Funhouse Comedy will return to Grantham with a great line-up.
03 June 2021
The full line-up for the 2021 Newark Festival has been announced.
23 May 2021
As coronavirus restrictions are eased, live comedy is heading back to venues.
21 May 2021
Woolsthorpe Manor reopened to visitors yesterday (Thursday) after Covid restrictions forced its closure for several months.
22 April 2021
The Guildhall’s online programme of entertainment continues, while theatres remain closed under Covid restrictions.
25 March 2021
‘Disco for Grown Ups’ is boogying back to Grantham with a lively night planned in the Guildhall Arts Centre ballroom.
16 March 2021
An exhibition which was planned as part of 2020 celebrations at a Grantham church, but cancelled due to Covid, will go ahead this Easter.
26 October 2020
'Clay and Paper' is the latest exhibition on show at the Willoughby Galley in Corby Glen.
14 October 2020
Spooky goings-on mix with scary films make Halloween safari and film festival.
25 September 2020
Gravity Fields will run online this weekend after the events was cancelled by Covid.
20 June 2018
Wyndham Park promises lots of fun this summer
31 May 2018
Grantham Steam and County Show promises be fun for all the family.
29 May 2018
Get ready for a weekend of vintage entertainment at Retro Festival.
03 May 2018
Grantham Dramatic Society’s next production is J. B. Priestley’s Yorkshire farce ‘When We Are Married’ at the Guildhall Arts Centre theatre for four nights, from Wednesday, May 23, till Saturday, May 26.
21 April 2018
The public has a chance to enjoy a private visit to the iconic St Vincent’s Hall in Grantham, WWll Bomber Command HQ, where Sir Arthur ‘Bomber’ Harris waited with engineer and inventor Sir Barnes Wallis to hear the outcome of the Dambusters raid in May 1943.
20 April 2018
Lincolnshire JazzWeek takes place around the county next month – including ‘Tenors of Our Time’ at the Guildhall Arts Centre on Saturday, May 12.