This category relates to all things to do with Preston Tringe Festival.Review: John Cage’s Disco Classics @ Adelphi
I’m not sure how to describe this show. It’s billed as a mix of experimental performance with disco-funk classics, well for a start there isn’t much disco-funk. It’s definitely one […]10 years ago Preston Tweetup II – so, how can we support the arts in Preston?
The second Preston Tweetup took place on Monday 27th July 2009 at the New Continental. Blog Preston was hosting the event again, with help from They Eat Culture, and it […]10 years ago This week at Preston Tringe Festival
The city of Preston now has it’s own fringe festival taking place, the Preston Tringe is taking over venues across the city for a range of comedy, drama, music and […]10 years ago Review: The Double-Headed Penny Farthing @ Adelphi
The Preston Tringe Festival continued with the opening night of The Double-Headed Penny Farthing, a Sherlock Holmes adventure, by Robert Black. It was a short but sweet whizz through a […]10 years ago Advertisement Advertisement Review: The Harpy and the Slob @ Adelphi
The second of the Preston Tringe Festival opening night double header was the very enjoyable ‘The Harpy and the Slob’ by Leonard Morley. After the seven characters of Waiting in […]10 years ago Review: Waiting in Soho @ Adelphi
The opening play of the Preston Tringe Festival was ‘Waiting in Soho’ by Christopher Morgan. It was performed by Preston’s Screaming Theatre group and it took a little while to […]10 years ago Most Discussed