A first look at the Preston Tringe Festival programme has been released.Advertisement
Now in its sixth year the event sees a mix of music, comedy and theatre being performed at venues across the city.
Three venues are currently signed up to feature shows from acts.
The Continental, Korova and Adelphi are the three lead venues for the festival which starts on Friday 10 October.
Festival organisers are continuing their appeal for acts and volunteers to get involved.
Shows currently confirmed are:
Friday 10 October
Kris Dollimore performs at The Continental from 8pm, tickets to see the musician are £8.
Saturday 11 October
Sca Face are at the Conti from 8pm, while Oxjam takes place at Korova from 8.30pm
Sunday 12 October
Lizanne Knott performs at the Conti from 7.30pm, costing £10 to watch. Comedy is on at Korova from 8.30pm with the hotly tipped Geins Family Giftshop from 8.30pm.
Monday 13 October
Claire Doyle performs at Korova from 8.30pm
Tuesday 14 October
Preston Performance Choir are at Korova from 7pm
Wednesday 15 October
Shakespeare’s Deadly Signs show is performed at the Conti from 8pm, costing £8. While WSD are on at the Adelphi from 7pm.
Thursday 16 October
Two theatre shows take place, Fruits of Feminine is at Korova from 7pm while Shakespeare’s Deadly Sins continues a second night at the Conti from 8pm. Claire Doyle performs again at Korova.
Friday 17 October
Music at the Adelphi from Aveyard, Horsely and Flynn from 7pm. The Boston Funk Party are at the Conti from 7.30pm costing £7.
Korova has theatre in the form of The Note by Ben Smith from 8.30pm, while Comedy Friday is in its usual slot from 10pm.
Saturday 18 October
A second night of The Note by Ben Smith at Korova at 8.30pm while Live Music Saturday at Korova rounds off the Tringe from 10pm.
Tickets and a full line-up will be on the Tringe website.
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