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Tickets now available for the Blackout feature film premiere

Posted on - 12th October, 2015 - 8:53pm | Author - | Posted in - City Centre, Preston City Centre, Sponsored Features, Things to Do in and around Preston, UCLan, What's On in Preston
Scene from the making-of the Blackout film

Scene from the making-of the Blackout film. Pic:: Gillian Lawson

You can now obtain tickets to attend an exclusive screening of the Blackout film premiere. Tickets are free of charge and are available here on the Skiddle website. It is expected that the demand for tickets will be high and we recommend that you apply for them as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

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When an all-power blackout plunges the modern world into darkness the people of Preston, Lancashire are left to cope alone in the first twelve hours. How do real people with ordinary lives cope when thrown into extraordinary circumstances? Will they sit back and wait for help to arrive, or will they take matters into their own hands and cope with life’s events as they happen?

Scene from the making-of the Blackout film

Scene from the making-of the Blackout film. Pic: Gillian Lawson

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Scene from the making-of the Blackout film. Pic: Gillian Lawson

Scene from the making-of the Blackout film

Scene from the making-of the Blackout film. Pic Gillian Lawson

The Blackout follows six stories of local community, shared responsibility and determination to succeed as the people of Preston take their journeys through the terraced streets and thriving suburbs of their once industrial town.

The Blackout is a collaborative film made on a shoestring budget by film-makers and actors based around Lancashire, as a showcase of what creative and enthusiastic individuals can achieve if they work together.

Come and join the team behind the film for a red carpet event at Preston’s biggest venue. Begin the evening with a behind the scenes photography exhibition followed by an exclusive screening of the film, The Blackout alongside cast and crew.

Once again, don’t forget to order your free tickets early for the Blackout premiere screening, on the Skiddle website here

Fully licensed bar open from 6.00pm – Screening call at approximately 7.45pm

Will you be going to watch the exclusive screening of the Blackout? Let us know on the comments below.

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