Preston is gearing up to welcome Turtle Bay to the city. The restaurant chain has earned itself a strong reputation across the country and hopefully its expansion into Preston will be a success. Turtle Bay opens to the public on November 28. Here’s the five reasons we’re excited. 1. Cocktails The choice of alcohol in Turtle Bay is pretty amazing. The vast majority of them […]5 hours ago by Luke Beardsworth Share
Ed Sheeran will play a huge gig at Wembley Stadium in 2015. The singer-songwriter has come a long way from when he performed at The Ferret in 2011. The show was a warm-up for his Festival Republic Stage performances at Reading & Leeds festival. A-Team had just been released and so the show was sold-out and one of the busiest the venue has ever see. […]7 days ago by Luke Beardsworth Share
Tron will be showed at 53 Degrees on November 29. The cult-classic sci-fi film will be presented by Future Preston Tours and They Eat Culture. The screening will come as part of a tour that begins at Preston Bus Station and explores the film, 80’s computer games and an interactive performance. There will also be a bar and live music. This follows a screening of […]1 week ago by Luke Beardsworth Share Want to reach Prestonians Advertise here? Want to promote your local business?
The Harris Museum & Art Gallery is celebrating 70 years since the purchase of one of its most popular paintings. Along with the painting Pauline in the Yellow Dress, there is also the chance to see many other works that Sir James Gunn was inspired to create by his wife. Alex Walker, Head of Arts and Heritage, Preston City Council said: “The painting of Pauline in […]2 weeks ago by Luke Beardsworth Share
At the eleventh hour on the eleventh day of the eleventh month the people of Preston came together to remember their heroes. Many people gathered on Preston’s Market Place to show their respect to the fallen during both world wars and conflicts thereafter. It was a remarkable sight to see so many showing so much effort to be there, even if it was only their […]2 weeks ago by Paul D. Swarbrick Share
Details of Korova Solstice have been announced. The weekend event will take place across the weekend of December 19-21. There will be live music from the likes of Saytr Play and Ryan & Craig, along with traditional winter food such as mince pies, mulled wine and other warming treats. Day tickets for the event cost £3 or you can purchase a weekend pass for £5. […]2 weeks ago by Luke Beardsworth Share