Cultural programmes run alongside Rugby League World Cup

The Rugby League World Cup (RLWC2013) takes place in 21 host venues across England, Wales, France and Ireland, 17 of which are in the North West and Yorkshire regions. The tournament aims to build on the Cultural Olympiad legacy extending its scope and scale while strengthening the links between sport and dance. Continue reading

Food for thought – a recipe for rich conversation

Cultural organisations in Yorkshire have been coming together to discuss and debate diversity at a series of events called Food for Thought. Led by the cultural sector in Yorkshire, Food for Thought is part of a wider initiative – The Creative Case for Diversity. Continue reading

Have your say on the future of culture in Preston

Do you feel passionately that Preston should be THE place to go in Lancashire for great arts and culture?

If so, this is your chance to tell us what you think the future of culture should be in our city.
Have your say now by completing a short online survey or sign up to attend a workshop.

Please tell your friends, family and work colleagues as well – we really want to hear from a wide selection of people who live and/or work in Preston.

Lancaster pioneers free Friday cultural scheme

First Fridays is an innovative scheme offering people in the Lancaster district and visitors to the region the opportunity to explore new cultural experiences by trying something different for free or at reduced prices on the first Friday of every month.

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