This week we are reporting on the mighty Roman Gods.
“They sound awful and very dangerous. I definitely would not survive in the Colosseum.”
Connor Smith, an army cadet from Lincoln, has had the honour of being appointed ‘Mayor’s Cadet’. This means he will be accompanying Cllr Chris Burke, Mayor of Lincoln, at a number of official events, which have already included Armistice Day and Remembrance Day commemorations. Connor also accompanied the Mayor at the switching on of the Lincoln […]
The Castle Dungeon dates back to 1345, when Warwick was gripped by the plague.
Ninety percent of the votes say Fred Claus is more of a family film.
So, you have probably seen my other two articles on the best movies from the 80s – if not click here. Now, with the festive season in full flow, the time has come for me to announce the blockbusters that have made my Top 3! At No 3, it is Labyrinth. Created by George Lucas […]
This article has been compiled with the help of Erin, a Year 6 Young Journalist at Burgh School. At the Embassy Theatre, in the popular seaside town of Skegness, a spectacular production of the famous pantomime Aladdin is well underway. With the exception of Christmas Day, performances will continue through to the 27th of December. Back […]
At this time of year, theatres across the UK are staging pantomimes and surely one of the great favorites is Aladdin. Three lucky Young Journalists from the Burgh School were invited by Skegness’s Embassy Theatre to watch this wonderful story performed by a very talented cast, who kindly agreed to be interviewed as […]