Barney Farmer's homecoming gig sees charity put front and centre

A Preston writer is donating 10 per cent of the profits from his upcoming homecoming gig to a Preston homelessness centre.

Monday, 28th May 2018, 2:11 pm
Updated Wednesday, 30th May 2018, 10:47 am
Barney Farmer.
Barney Farmer.

Preston writer Barney Farmer is visiting The Continental in South Meadow Lane to celebrate the release of his debut novel, Drunken Baker.

To mark the occasion, Farmer – who pens Drunken Bakers and other comic strips for Viz – will be donating 10 per cent of all proceeds to homeslessness charity The Foxton Centre.

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The gig takes place on June 21 from 7:30pm and is suitable only for adults.

For more information about events at the city venue, visit http://newcontinental.net/whats-on

Drunken Baker is published by Wrecking Ball Press and is available at http://wreckingballpress.com