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Preston Bus Station: Glimpses

Posted on - 17th February, 2014 - 11:31am | Author - | Posted in - Arts, Preston Bus Station, University

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We have not posted about Preston Bus Station for a while.

If you are having withdrawal symptoms through lack of news why not join an informal meeting celebrating the Bus Station next Tuesday 18th February.

The Preston Bus Station: Glimpses event takes place at 38 St Peters Street and next door at the Centre for Contemporary Art in Preston (at the UCLan Campus) and includes:

The premiere of Brut-iful? – a new short film by UCLan Film and Screenwriting student, Amy Azra Dean.

An opportunity to experience films about this unique building, such as 56000 by Paul Adams and Andrew Wilson, in the company of other bus station enthusiasts.

A chance to read and buy the latest Preston Bus Station books by Craig Atkinson of Café Royal Books, including Preston Bus Station Exit Town Centre.

The last opportunity to see Ed Hall’s Save Preston Bus Station banner, before it is donated to the Harris Museum & Art Gallery’s social history collection.

It’s a free event but turn up early as space will be limited.

For enquiries please contact Elaine Speight: [email protected] or 01772 893204

Tuesday 18 February, 18:00 – 20:00

38 St Peters Street and next door at the Centre for Contemporary Art
Preston
PR1 7BX

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