Sunday 16th December 7.30pm at The Harris Museum (library) Tickets £10 Here’s a very exciting show in a secret all-ages venue in Preston City Centre! The E.R.C. (Eccentronic Research council) have made one of the stand-out albums of the year with ’1612 Underture’ about the legend of the Pendle Witches. Their shows with the acclaimed
Sunday 16th December 12pm, 2pm, 3pm from The Harris Museum This unique project, where They Eat Culture were commissioned by Made in Preston for the Guild to start building a project lasting 20 years, saw three high profile writers, David Gaffney, Claire Massey and Richard Evans create especially new tales of Preston past, present and future
Saturday 15th – Sunday 16th All day at the Flag Market See the flag market become a frozen forest of neon shards. The installation will be here for the whole weekend and will be inhabited by all kinds of characters.
Sunday 16th December 11am – 4pm at The Harris Museum (Yurt in the Rotunda) Come and get creative with the Christmas Workshops from Bluestreak Arts, held in a yurt in the Harris’s rotunda!
Sunday 16th December 11am, 1pm, 3pm at the Flag Market On Sunday the amazing flying Angels, with their long golden tresses, neon halos and very silly trumpets, will amuse and delight as they practice their flying skills and attempt to bring peace and joy wherever they go.
Sunday 16th December 12pm – 4pm At the Tundra Bar On Sunday, the Tundra Bar hosts an attempt by artist Kelsey Stead to construct a paper chain long enough to encircle the Flag Market – all are welcome to come along and help!
Sunday 16th December 11am, 1pm, 3pm at The Harris Museum A project to discover the cinematic in Preston, Lancashire. Their aim was to create a non-narrative cinema experience for the 2012 Preston Guild by engaging with Preston’s community groups, schools, filmmakers and photographers – the completed film was premiered at the Preston Christmas Light Switch-On on