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Harris Live shows to return from the Autumn

Posted on - 27th August, 2017 - 7:00am | Author - | Posted in - Arts, City Centre, Events, Music, News, Preston City Centre, Preston Council
Joel Dolman performing at Harris Live Pic: Paul Melling
Joel Dolman performing at Harris Live Pic: Paul Melling

A series of weeknight concerts are returning to the Harris Museum and Art Gallery.

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Harris Live, which drew near sold out crowds on Wednesday evenings in the Spring, will be back.

Starting in early October the live music and performance sessions are back by popular demand.

Preston City Council said they had such good feedback they are extending the shows.

Taking place in the cafe area of the Harris they see the venue filled with music and song on a Wednesday evening.

Shows are to be the first Wednesday of every month, excluding January.

Read more: Brief Encounter to see song, projections and giant illuminated procession

A city council spokeswoman said they are still confirming all the acts for each performance and hope to confirm the line up soon.

The shows will be 4 October, 1 November, 6 December, 7 February and 7 March.

All shows will be 7.30pm to 9.30pm and tickets are to be £8 each.

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