Derelict Sites is a micro-festival joining Preston’s public in the experience and participation of contemporary performance and sited installation. Over this week we are activating parts of Preston, including shopping centres, train stations, high streets, cafe’s and museums. See website for full programme.
Perhaps you fancy a Papparazzi welcome at the train station or a view across the city from the top of the Harris Museum? Or how about sending a passing stranger a secret message – using Semaphore flags!
If that’s all too much – then call in for a cuppa with Hunt and Darton – our resident brewers extraordinaire. But be warned – this is no ordinary Caf!
Derelict are dedicated to promoting Preston as a developing cultural city. Through this festival and our continued work, they hope to engage and inspire the community of Preston, generating wider participation and encouraging new audiences for contemporary performance and art in the North West of England.
Complimentary tickets (including a free pop up bar) for the launch night of Drunken Chorus’s I Never Told A Joke In My Life which are on a limited allocation, first come, first served basis, so to reserve your ticket please reply to firstname.lastname@example.org by 9th April with subject line Derelict Sites, your name and organisation.