Organist Elizabeth Harrison will play a two-part concert at the Burtey Fen Collection organ theatre in Pinchbeck on Sunday.
The Lancashire organist and keyboard player will begin the concert playing the brightly-lit vintage 1934 Compton Cinema organ and finish on the iconic Wurlitzer built in 1929.
Elizabeth is one of the busiest performers on the circuit, thanks to her 25 years of experience and the cheerful Lancashire humour she brings to her shows.
The Burtey Fen Collection is a vintage-style theatre tucked away down a country lane in Pinchbeck.
“Once through the main doors, one finds themselves transported back to a theatre foyer reminiscent of the days at the Empire or Hippodrome complete with box office and original 1930s light fittings,” explains co-owner Mark Willerton.
“The walls are covered in film and pop memorabilia from the 50s and 60s. The interval drinks are served in the 60s-style coffee bar,” Mark added.
“We opened in 1999 and hold a monthly concert – with a raffle during the interval and funds going to local charities.”
The show begins at 2.30pm and tickets cost £9 with refreshments. Call 01775 766081 to book a seat.