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The Most Wuthering Heights Day Ever details confirmed for Preston return

Posted on - 13th April, 2024 - 6:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Arts, Avenham, Parks, Preston City Centre, Preston News, What's On in Preston
Miller Park became a sea of red for Preston's first Most Wuthering Heights Day Ever in 2023 Pic: Lisa Brown
Miller Park became a sea of red for Preston’s first Most Wuthering Heights Day Ever in 2023 Pic: Lisa Brown

Details have been confirmed for the return of The Most Wuthering Heights Day Ever to Preston.

The event Рwhich allows attendees to channel their inner Kate Bush by putting on something red and joining a group dance Рwill take place in Avenham and Miller Park at 11am on Sunday 21 July.

Lead dancers will walk the Kates and Cathys through the dance step-by-step, before everyone performs the final dance together.

Last year dozens of Kate Bush fans took part in Miller Park.

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The organisers said: “We would love to go bigger this year and see lots more of you join us for our second year re-enacting the iconic Kate Bush, Wuthering Heights music video.

“Everyone is welcome to take part regardless of whether you can ‚Äėdance‚Äô or not. All genders are welcome and encouraged.¬†

“We are raising money for¬†Lancashire Mind and Preston Domestic Violence Service. We hope that you will join us in supporting them by making a donation.”

If you would like to take part in the dance, visit Eventbrite to reserve a spot. You can go along to watch without registering.

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This story was made possible by support from you, our readers and a host of organisations in the city, through our Crowdfund Lancashire appeal, which unlocked support from the Lancashire Culture and Sport Fund provided by Lancashire County Council. You can see all our coverage and, if you know of an event or arts project in the city we should be covering, send details to contactus@blogpreston.co.uk.

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