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Preview: Preston Tringe Festival returns for fifth year

Preston’s fringe festival returns for a fifth year with an eclectic mix of art, music and theatre. The Preston Tringe started in 2009 and now boasts over 50 acts performing […]

6 years ago
Preston Tringe Festival: The Gonzo Project Vol.2.

The Gonzo Project investigates the weird world of ‘Stage’ acts at the Tringe, Preston’s very own ‘Fringe’ Festival, an open access fringe festival with an exciting mixture of live theatre, […]

7 years ago
Devoted & Disgruntled Roadshow at the Preston Guild 2012 in pictures

The Devoted and Disgruntled Roadshow hit Miller park in Preston today as part of the Guild festivities. The event was seeking to engage people in a nationwide conversation to capture […]

7 years ago
Preston’s Light Night hailed a success

Preston Tringe Festival, Preston Arts Association and MAPs brought Preston to life on Friday night with the city’s first Light Night which lit up Preston with one eye-opening night of […]

7 years ago
Advertisement Advertisement Mix of comedy, music and theatre at special Tringe Festival as part of Preston Guild

Fifty acts will take part in this year’s Preston Tringe festival which showcases some of the best comedy, theatre and performances the city has to offer. Since starting in 2009 […]

7 years ago
Preston MAPS Festival opens to applications from contemporary artists

fallenwall arts A contemporary arts festival taking place during the Preston Guild has opened for applications. The MAPS Festival is looking for emerging and established artists to submit their work. The festival […]

8 years ago
Tringe: Comedy – Phil Buckley

As Phil Buckley bumbles onto the Adelphi stage, he remarks that in 8 years of standup he’s never really worked out how to begin a show. This indecisiveness and whimsical […]

8 years ago
Tringe: Review – The Template for Lack of Conversation

  A delight of The Tringe is to experience shows that are beyond the conventional, which Alison Trower’s solo piece surely is. Her beautiful and calmly delivered performance poetically explores that […]

8 years ago
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