Preston Live - Arts Festival
Dates: 20 Jun 2021 - 29 Jun 2021
Location: Preston Guild Hall and Charter Theater Avenham and Miller Parks
Preston is a city that likes to do things in style. As creative organisers will demonstrate this years Preston Live - Arts Festival has something for everyone, whether you’re looking for an artistic interpretation of the pandemic or simply wish to have some much needed entertainment.
It all kicks off from Monday 21st June - Wednesday 30th June 2021. It will take place throughout a variety of locations across Preston and will feature the following disciplines:-
- Visual Art
- Spoken word
Here is a summary of what you can enjoy-
Monday 21st and Saturday 26th June - Live at the Guild Hall -
A series of comedians including Lost Voice Guy, Steve Royale and Dan Nightingale.
To book tickets for Monday go to - https://selladoor-tickets.com/event/live-at-the-guild-hall/
For Saturday it’s- https://selladoor-tickets.com/event/live-at-the-guild-hall-presented-by-dan-nightingale/
Tuesday 22nd - Wednesday 23rd - Monday 28th June - Lockdown Stories - Charter Theatre- Drama- Dance and Spoken Word
Experience theatrical imagination, moving performances and truthful insights into this portrayal of a nightmare.
For Wednesday - https://selladoor-tickets.com/event/lockdown-stories-dance/
Other performances to look out for include - Preston College Dance - Unlocked - Guild Hall- Friday 25th June. Discover what Preston College Dance students have created in response to the pandemic -https://selladoor-tickets.com/event/preston-college-dance-unlocked/
Preston - End - Charter Theatre- Tuesday 29th June. An opportunity to celebrate all the razzamatazz of the London’s West End musical theatres -
Finally, a magician who played a starring role in hit TV show Britain’s Got Talent is appearing at the Charter Theatre on Wednesday 30th June. ‘Hey Presto-o will see Jamie Raven amaze audiences with his tricks- https://selladoor-tickets.com/event/hey-preston/
You can follow Preston Live Arts Festival on social media-
The events will take place at The Preston Guild Hall and Charter Theater as well as Avenham and Miller Parks.
It’s time to celebrate Preston’s art and culture this summer!
^Alex Ashworth CCG Art Blogger