A show detailing what life was like for a Manchester Regiment in the First World War comes to Preston. Bantams is to be performed at The Continental on Thursday 30 October. The show, written by Rob Johnston, recounts real events with characters inspired by the stories of Tameside’s soldiers. Set in 1915 the stories are those of men who could have stayed out of World […]3 weeks ago by Ed Walker Share
Drama and music from China has been performed for students and staff at a Preston university to enjoy. The University of Central Lancashire hosted a performing arts troupe from South-Central University for Nationalities in China. The public were also invited to the show which marks 10 years of the Confucius Institute. Feixi Yu, the Director of UCLan Confucius Institute, said: “The event was a resounding […]3 weeks ago by Ed Walker Share
Preston’s Indoor Market is holding a trick or treat event. During Thursday 30 October and Friday 31 October kids can dress up and visit stalls at the market. Entertainment comes from special guest Jack Sparrow at Stall 71 who tells haunted tales of pirate exploits on the high seas. All children must be in fancy dress to attend the trick or treat event and be […]3 weeks ago by Ed Walker Share See your advert here Want to promote your local business?
Popular Preston band Deadwood Dog will release their new EP Divided Kingdom this Friday (October 10). The album will be made available from the Deadwood Dog Bandcamp page. The band have played two successful headline shows at 53 Degrees in Preston, as well as support slots with From the Jam. Read their track-by-track guide to Divided Kingdom below: Divided Kingdom “Living on an island referred to as […]3 weeks ago by Luke Beardsworth Share
Alive After Five Awards: Voting opens to pick favourite pub, restaurant and other city centre venues in nightlife awards
Those who make Preston’s nightlife great are to be honoured at a special awards ceremony. The Alive After Five Awards started last year and continue this year with 179 nominations received. Public voting has opened by organisers with Bartender of the Year, Restaurant of the Year and Pub of the Year up for grabs. The venue award categories are to be judged by a combination […]3 weeks ago by Ed Walker Share
Dates have been confirmed for next year’s Symphony at the Tower concerts. The shows, which support St Catherine’s Hospice, see big name acts headlining Hoghton Tower. This summer’s shows saw James Blunt and Katherine Jenkins perform. St Catherine’s, and gig organisers Cuffe and Taylor, are promising two very special acts as the events will be the culmination of the hospice’s 30th anniversary celebrations. Lorraine Charlesworth, […]3 weeks ago by Ed Walker Share