A new book, ‘A Celebration of the Tricentenary of St Michael’s Church, Grimsargh – 1716 to 2016’ by David Hindle will be formally launched at Grimsargh St Michael’s Church on […]6 years ago Silly Billy’s weekly diary: Week 8
Hi Preston Peeps! Silly Billy here with my latest blog thingy. Well after months & months of waiting we have finally started our Panto, oh yes we have! It is […]6 years ago Review and highlights video of Puccini’s Tosca performed by Musica Lirica
Preston Minster was alive with the sound of Puccini and a packed audience on Monday evening of this week. The entire company, comprising of a complete orchestra conducted by Mike Hall, with 28 solo and […]6 years ago In pictures: The Last Battle – Stories from the Streets of 1715 in Light, Sound and Performance
Some unusual and spectacular sights and sounds prevailed in Church Street, Preston on Sunday evening of 15 November 2015. To commemorate The Last Battle of England due to the Jacobite […]6 years ago Advertisement Advertisement A full house for The Blackout film premiere screening at Preston’s Guild Hall
The long awaited premiere screening of The Blackout film finally arrived on Thursday evening 12 November 2015. The independent film which was the brainchild of filmmaker Alan Livesey, has been […]6 years ago James III proclaimed as King on the Flag Market
Three hundred years ago people gathered in Preston to hear a Jacobean crier proclaim James III as King. On Tuesday that moment was acted out once more on the City’s historic […]6 years ago Did we survive Scare Kingdom’s latest Psychomanteum scare attraction?
There may be loads of these springing up throughout the UK, but this scream park, now in its seventh year, is award-winning, and multi award-winning at that. One of their […]6 years ago Review: Swingaroo Vintage Dancehall in Preston
When we were invited to go to the Swingaroo Vintage Dancehall to see what they had to offer. Curiosity got the better of us and so we decided to pop down […]6 years ago Most Discussed