They Eat Culture will be teaming up with the Disability Arts Touring Network to bring a unique theatre experience to The New Continental on November 20. The Ugly Girl: A Musical Tragedy in Burlesque, by Terry Galloway, comes to the arts venue featuring an international cast of disabled actresses that will include Liz Carr and Julie McNamara. The psychotic surreal musical is played out by […]3 months ago by Luke Beardsworth Share
The Harris Museum will host an official performance of Poor Souls’ Light on Wednesday, December 10. Poor Souls’ Light is a limited edition anthology of winter-themed ghost stories set to be released also in December. The live readings will be designed to unsettle and unnerve and be carried out by a host of esteemed writers. The event will be held at 7pm in the atmospheric […]3 months ago by Luke Beardsworth Share
The Coca-Cola Christmas Truck will stop in Preston on November 29. The iconic sight of the Coca-Cola truck will visit the Flag Market in Preston from 1pm until 9pm. See pictures from the lorry parking up on the Flag Market. The visit to the Preston Flag Market has become an annual event for the Coca-Cola truck. It tours the country in the build up to […]3 months ago by Luke Beardsworth Share Want to promote your local business? Want to promote your local business?
The Harris Open 2014 will offer the chance for local artists to display their talent. They’re inviting Preston-based artists to show painting, photography, sculpture, ceramics, textiles and more. Many of the items are for sale and will make unique presents over Christmas. Art by community groups that have been working with the Harris Museum this year including Free Your Mind, The Art Group (Alzheimer’s Society) and […]3 months ago by Luke Beardsworth Share
Saturday October 25 all photos courtesy of Lisa Stirling This morning, a large amount of Prestonians woke up with the happiest bruises. The reason for that is that The Subways were back at 53 Degrees having not played Preston in far too long. It was apparent straight from the instantly recognisable opening drumbeat of Oh Yeah that Preston was happy to have The Subways back. […]3 months ago by Luke Beardsworth Share
Royal Blood have said their show at The Ferret will go down in history. In October 2013, the band played a free show at The Ferret. The gig attracted only a handful of people and prompted questions to be asked about Preston’s music scene. Ben Thatcher, drummer in the popular duo, was recently interviewed and asked about the Preston gig. He responded with shock at […]3 months ago by Luke Beardsworth Share