The Harris Museum will be open this evening as part of a free night of entertainment.
Light Night gives residents the chance to explore the Harris after work or school.
The building will be open from 5pm to 10pm to view exhibitions and also listen to music from the Company of Voyces Choir and the Worldwise Samba drummers.
The Masterstrokes exhibition featuring art works from the likes of LS Lowry will also be open.
Light Night follows four weeks of art events on the Harris Flights – the temporary steps leading up to the Museum and Art Gallery.
Full programme of events:
5 pm–6 pm Popular Folk & Classical Music from Broughton Music Academy
6.30-7pm James Christy (You can also catch the James Christy Band + Mog Stanley at 9pm at the Old Black Bull pub)
7-7.30pm Rhythm Alley Band
7.30-8pm Company of Voyces Choir
8.30-9pm Singer-songwriter, Bill Orrick
9-10pm Worldwise Samba Drummers
1st Floor, Discover Preston gallery
5-5.45pm & 6.15-7pm Especially for children aged 5-9 years old – Create a story with ingredients from Miss Wonderlore’s travelling story shop with artist Claire Dean.
1st Floor balcony
8-8.30pm Red Rose Chorus (Barbershop Harmony)
2nd Floor, Fine Art Gallery
5.30-8.30pm Preston Art Society ‘The Complete Picture’ arts workshop
6.30-8.30pm Art of Balloon Sculpture, workshop with Daniel McCullough
2nd Floor balcony
5.30-8.30pm Lace makers demonstration
2nd Floor, Masterstrokes exhibition
5.30-7pm Theatre by Numbers: Excerpts from Othello
7.30-8.30pm Circle Dancing