Things To Do
In the true tradition of the Halloween season, Ribble Steam Railway are running ghostly trains to add a creepy atmosphere to what promises to be some spooky family fun. Whatever the weather, everyone can join in the scary fun. You could even go in fancy dress for the occasion and really get into the spirit of things. The train rides are hourly each day from 11am […]2 weeks ago by Gill Lawson 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 […]3 weeks ago by Ed Walker Share
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, […]3 weeks ago by Ed Walker Share See your advert here Want to promote your local business?
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
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
A drama inspired by the First World War is coming to the Harris Library on Friday. My Dearest Girls – Helen’s Story is the work of writer and solo performer Francesca Millican-Slater. The 30-minute drama is based on the real letters sent between six young Shropshire women between 1917 to 1920. The letters reveal what life was like towards the end of the war and […]3 weeks ago by Ed Walker Share