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Wednesday, 26th February 2020, 6:00 am
Hear from David Barber, Swan Marker to the Queen, today at The Harris, Preston. Photo: Steve Parsons/PA Wire

Derelict presents: Storm by Search Party

The world has ended, the world as we know it at least.

Using recycled languages from disaster cinema, climate politics, folk stories and classic literature, Search Party prepare for a STORM that is already here.

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STORM explores climate grief, the uncanny feeling of being alive in a climate catastrophe, and despair at years of knowing and not doing.

As the IPCC warn of just 12 years to avert climate disaster, Search Party perform 12 duets at the end of the world, tonight at Media Factory on Kirkham Street, Preston.

Tickets start at £9 online at www.eventbrite.co.uk..

Royal Swan Upping

David Barber, Swan Marker to the Queen, will talk about his long career on the River Thames and his work to develop swan conservation, today at The Harris, Preston. Tickets cost £12 via www.eventbrite.co.uk or you can call 01772 905414.

Doodles & Coffee

Valley Coffee on Fourfields in Bamber Bridge invites you indulge yourself in the therapeutic qualities of doodling today. De-stress in their specially dedicated colouring space, 10am-noon. Find more at www.facebook.com/valleycoffeepreston.

Comedy Night

The infamous Comedy Lofthouse comes to Baker Street bar tonight. Prepare for jaw aching rib ticklers on this not to be missed evening. Join the laughs from 9pm on Avenham Street in Preston, see www.facebook.com/bakerstreetpreston.

Craft & Chat

Everyone is welcome to join an afternoon of craft and chat, every Wednesday, 2pm-4pm, at St Michael’s Church Hall on Tulketh Road, Ashton-on-Ribble. It’s just £1 including refreshments. Call Janice Carney 01772 731191 for more details.