One of Preston’s newest venues is welcoming the reorganised Manchester Print Fair back to its doors.Advertisement
A Preston edition of the print fair has some of the freshest print talent showcasing their wares at the People’s Production Lab in Guildhall street and Cannon Street.
As well as browsing prints you can also take part in in-house printing and papercraft workshops throughout the day curated by residents Tom Cockeram and Kim Graham.
The print fair will see refreshments from Jonah’s Coffee, the PPL’s bar and pizza and paella from Kelly’s Kitchen.
Entry to the print fair is free and it runs from 10.30am – 4pm on Saturday (23 June), and you enter via the Cannon Street courtyard entrance.
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In the evening the Production Lab changes into a gig venue for Lancaster’s Pill Fans to perform.
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Doors are at 7pm and it’s £5 in advance from Skiddle or £6.50 on the door.