Three things to do this weekend

Posted on - 24th September, 2010 - 9:50am | Author - | Posted in - Arts, Comedy, Nightlife, Things to Do in and around Preston, What's On in Preston


Continuing the series that started last week I’ll be finding the best of what’s on in Preston every weekend for Blog Preston readers.

As ever, if you feel something should be included in next week’s roundup, send an email with details to

1. Harvest Preston Festival – Harvest Preston is a creative art collective formed in order to let Preston artists and creatives to showcase their work and network. The festival takes place this Saturday and Sunday, featuring a melting pot of illustrators, designers, comedians and writers. Venues include the Mad Ferret, Bitter Suite, The Ship, Barako and Equator Arts Cafe. You can buy tickets from all five venues as well as Reef Clothing, and take a look at the full schedule for the weekend here.

2. Family Friendly Film Club – The Continental are hosting an afternoon of film with a creepy crawly theme this Sunday. From 12:30 pm, 8 fun films suitable for the over fives will be shown on the Continental’s 14ft projector screen. Entry is £2.

3. Stand and Deliver – If you fancy some laughs to start the weekend off then 53 degrees is offering discounted £5 entry for their regular comedy night. Performers include Charlie Baker, Nick Helm and Chris Stokes.

Know anything going on next weekend? Email us at

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