A networking event for the creative sector in the city returns to Preston. POWWOW takes place at Glover’s Bar and is organised by Creative Lancashire. Ed Matthews-Gentle from Creative Lancashire said: “The idea behind POWWOW is to give people from the Creative Sector more opportunities to talk, share ideas and network. “We held the first POWWOW in Preston and it was a big success, so […]2 months ago by Ed Walker Share
Hosted by UCLan, the Preston City Council backed Breeze cycling event took place today Sunday 12 October and photographer, Paul Melling was on hand to capture the action. British Cycling’s Breeze is the biggest programme ever to get more women into riding bikes for fun. The Breeze Challenge was attended by the Mayor and Mayoress of Preston, Nick and Barbara Pomret. Former road racing professional cyclist, Emma […]2 months ago by Paul Melling Share
An unnerving theatre show is coming to Preston during November to take audiences into complete darkness. Fiction is described as a sound journey and invites the audience to travel through the sprawling architecture of their dreams at The Continental. It is a collaboration between director David Rosenberg and writer Glen Neath as a Fuel Theatre production. They previous worked together on Ring, which was also […]2 months ago by Ed Walker Share Want to reach Prestonians Advertise here? Want to promote your local business?
Preston Tringe Festival returned across venues in the city on Friday with an eclectic mix of comedy, music and more. The festival runs for another week bringing a fringe festival feel to Preston. Here’s a breakdown of what’s happening when and where. Saturday 11 October 2014 8pm – Music with Ska Face Formed from the desire to return to the classic sounds of their youth, […]2 months ago by Ed Walker Share
Events in Preston city centre could get a shot in the arm with new proposals. A draft plan from councillors who produced a report called Preston After Hours calls for a key event to take place in the city every month of the year. The fact-finding mission, commissioned by the communities scrutiny committee of Preston City Council, also recommends appointing a champion for city centre […]2 months ago by Ed Walker Share
Harris Museum & Art Gallery will be sharing their secrets this weekend. From 11am-4pm this Saturday (October 11), the curators and experts at the museum will demonstrate how they preserve their many treasures. Visitors who attend will even have their own chance to try out the techniques, under supervision of course. Here are some of the workshops you can attend, with details provided by the Harris […]2 months ago by Luke Beardsworth Share