A unique role-playing adventure is set to take place in PrestonAdvertisement
The People’s Palace of Possibility is an immersive arts project taking place over five weeks with the story told through the post, and digital and/or telephone interaction.
Prestonians are invited to become Palace Citizens, taking part in ‘an act of collective imagining and a fight against the belief that change is impossible’.
Organisers Derelict say the project is a direct response to Covid-19 and an antidote to the isolation that people have felt during the past year.
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The project starts on Monday 17 May, and the deadline to sign up is Friday 7 May.
The experience is free but spaces are limited. To find out more, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or to sign up complete this form.
This project is created by The Bare Project in collaboration with Derelict Art of the City, with support from Arts Council England, The Centre for Understanding Sustainable Prosperity and Keele University.
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