Skegness Culture

Skegness Culture

Church Farm Museum

Church Farm Museum is a handsome Grade 11* listed building dating from the mid- seventeenth century and has regular exhibitions throughout the year.

The Museum has recently acquired a Cast Iron Grate donated by one of the Friends of the Museum. It is now installed in the shop and originally came from the Swan pub in Golders Green Road. It is a most attractive addition to the shop.

For more information please visit the Church Farm Museum website > click here.

Skegness Amateur Dramatic Society

Amateur Dramatic Society present two productions and three nights of performed playreadings every year. They also organise trips to other live events, have two members' evenings a year and we host an annual Full-Length Play Festival and an annual Youth One-Act Play Festival.

For more information please visit the Amateur Dramatic Society website > click here.

Skegness Silver Band

The Band began life in 1908 as the Skegness Boy's Brigade Band, under the direction of J. Hudson but had to disband on the outbreak of hostilities in 1914, since most of the men were territorials. It was reformed in 1928 as the Skegness Town Band, with Wilfred Keyworth as Conductor. The name was changed to Skegness Silver Band to reflect the band’s increasing stature and competence. More information.

Skegness SO Festival

The SO Festival promises four fantastic days of free entertainment!. Prepare to be entertained and amazed as Skegness is transformed into a colourful carnival of dance, street theatre, music, comedy and more!

An estimated 30,000 people have flocked to previous SO Festivals in Skegness, the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad will certainly go down as one of the events main hilights.

This is truly not to be missed, please visit the website for more information.