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Today to 27 Sep 2016 - by distance

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Heritage Open Day: Late Victorian former friendly society offices with original interior features in a Baroque exterior. Open only for Heritage Open Days - the manager’s bathroom with beautiful Art Nouveau tiling.
View more details - Hidden 'Art Nouveau'
1 and 2 Lune Street, Preston, Lancashire PR1 2NL
Sat 10 Sep and Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: St Wilfrid’s is a Grade II* listed Jesuit church, which opened in 1793. Father ‘Daddy’ Dunn, who made Preston the first gas-lit town outside London, was the driving force behind its construction. Originally a simple and discreet...
View more details - St Wilfrid's Church
Chapel Street, Preston, Lancashire PR1 8BU
Sat 10 Sep and Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: St George’s Church is tucked away behind the shopping centre that takes its name. The Grade II* listed church is the oldest surviving in Preston. It was built in 1725–26 as a chapel of ease to St John’s Church, Preston, and...
View more details - St George's Church
off Lune Street, Preston, Lancashire PR1 2NP
Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Take a tour of this historic station. The first station on the site was built in 1838, and the current building dates from 1880. The large central platform was larger than any of the major London terminals at the time. By World...
View more details - Preston Railway Station
Fishergate, Preston, Lancashire PR1 8AP
Sat 10 Sep and Sun 11 Sep

The Playhouse opens its doors to the public once again, as part of Heritage Open Days - England’s biggest heritage festival. Members of the public, friends and patrons are cordially invited to visit us and take a look at this fascinating...
View more details - Preston Playhouse Heritage Open Day
Preston Playhouse, Market St West, Preston, Lancashire PR1 2HB
Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Join a guided tour of the theatre, including backstage and technical areas and see a stage set under construction. Learn about the history of the building which was formerly a Friends’ Meeting House.
View more details - Preston Playhouse
Market Street West, Preston, Lancashire PR1 2HB
Sun 11 Sep

A delightful family drama with the added suspense of a murder, Pink String and Sealing Wax is set in the sitting room of the Strachan’s house in Brighton during the late 1800’s. Edward Strachan is a hard, cold man who controls his family...
View more details - Preston Drama Club presents 'Pink String and Sealing Wax'  by Roland Pertwee
Preston Playhouse, Market St West, Preston, Lancashire PR1 2HB
Wed 21 Sep to Sat 24 Sep

Heritage Open Day: St Peter is a redundant Grade II* listed church, now used as an Arts Centre at the University of Central Lancashire and not normally open to the public. This is an opportunity to see features of the fine interior of this...
View more details - St Peter's Church - UCLan Arts Centre
St Peter’s Church, St Peter’s Square, Preston, Lancashire PR1 2HE
Sat 10 Sep

Heritage Open Day: The Grade I listed Harris Library, Museum & Art Gallery sits at the heart of Preston. Behind its traditional neo-Classical facade, the building is full of architectural details - from the original radiators and patterned mosaic...
View more details - Harris Museum & Art Gallery
Market Square, Preston, Lancashire PR1 2PP
Sat 10 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Tours to parts of the building not normally available to public access. There will be a special exhibition of archive treasures from 900 years of Lancashire History.
View more details - Lancashire Archives
Lancashire Record Office, Bow Lane, Preston PR1 2RE
Sat 10 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Preston’s parish church is a Grade II* listed building. It was almost entirely rebuilt in the mid-1850s by EH Shellard, with fittings by Lancaster architect, EG Paley, and stained glass by Shrigley and Hunt. During the 1715 Battle...
View more details - The Minster Church of St John the Evangelist
Church Street, Preston, Lancashire PR1 3BU
Sat 10 Sep and Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Avenham and Miller Parks lie side by side on the north bank of the River Ribble, immediately south of Preston City Centre, and rank among the finest examples of traditional Victorian parkland in the north west of England. The...
View more details - Avenham and Miller Parks - Heritage Walks
The Pavilion, Avenham Park, Preston, Lancashire PR1 8JT
Sat 10 Sep

Energetic, exotic, eclectic and completely unpredictable – those sensationally glamorous Lady Boys of Bangkok are ready to whoop it up in Britain with a dazzling new production of the country’s most popular touring cabaret show,,,   FOREVER...
View more details - THE LADY BOYS OF BANGKOK FOREVER YOURS....X
Preston Guild Hall & Charter Theatre, Lancaster Rd, Preston, Lancashire PR1 1HT
Wed 7 Sep

Ray Quinn returned to the studio in 2015 to start work on a new commercial sound that would return him to his music.
View more details - Ray Quinn
Preston Guild Hall & Charter Theatre, Lancaster Rd, Preston, Lancashire PR1 1HT
Thu 8 Sep

Lewis Schaffer is Free until Famous! The acclaimed New York comic with his unique pay-what-you-want free show. You Are Beautiful takes the audience on an incredible and surprisingly uplifting journey.
View more details - Lewis Schaffer -You Are Beautiful
Preston Guild Hall & Charter Theatre, Lancaster Rd, Preston, Lancashire PR1 1HT
Fri 9 Sep



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