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Frequency Festival
Lincoln Digital Culture Festival - 18th-26th October 2013
Lincoln Digital Culture Festival - 18th-26th October 2013

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Help us make Frequency 2017 happen (and keep it free/low cost) by telling us a bit about your #freq15 experience

Transform yourself into an object using digital tech with Human< >Object from @iamClam @WatersideSC for #freq15 Fabratory 11am-4pm today

Brighten someone's day with #BTW from local feminist group The Jammy Tarts at Fabratory today 11am-4pm.

Ever wanted to let someone know they're really pulling off that hat? Tell someone you love their hair? Or just say that someone's smile cheered you up? Write it on a compliment card and spread some joy or just leave it on our board for anyone who needs a smile.

Use the hashtag #BTWfreq15 to share your compliments with the world.

Find #BTW downstairs at the Waterside Shopping Centre today.

Drop into Connected at today's #freq15 Fabratory 11am-4pm @WatersideSC to reveal the human aspects of the city of Lincoln.

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It only seems like yesterday we were just saying hello!

The first of our spectacular finale light show performances from seeper is tomorrow night at Lincoln Castle.

See the history of our liberation from the signing of Magna Carta through the digital revolution and up to the present day, all cast onto the side of Lucy Tower's historic facade.

It's your last chance to book your tickets for Friday's show in advance and save money on the on the door price.

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The first of our finale performances from @seeperarts is tomorrow night @LincolnCastle Get your tickets now!

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Learn about the life and mind of one of Britain's most influential mathematicians with George Boole: Commemorating Genius - a public lecture taking place at Lincoln Cathedral tonight at 7pm.

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Louise Orwin's Pretty Ugly workshop takes place tomorrow at LPAC at 2pm.

Aimed towards 14-18 year olds, this workshop uses games, discussion, debate, and arts and crafts to get participants talking about issues ranging from cyberbullying, body image and self esteem, to the differences between our online selves and our real life identity.

Make sure you book your free place now

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Tomorrow is @louiseorwin 's Pretty Ugly workshop for 14-18 year olds. Book your free place now

See @louiseorwin ask the internet to rate her looks in her performance of Pretty Ugly tonight @LPAC_Lincoln 7:30pm. #freq15
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