Don’t miss these events!
Preston North End - The Rise of the Invincibles, Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston, Wednesday, September 12
Preston North End – The Rise Of The Invincibles is the exciting story about the birth of PNEFC and the early success of their famous Invincibles team. At this fascinating talk the author Michael Barrett will explain the making of his bestselling graphic novel. Michael will be on hand afterwards to answer any questions and sign copies. The event is free but booking is required via www.eventbrite.co.uk. Call 01772 258248.
Discover The World of Gin, Holiday Inn, Preston, Thursday, September 13
Join the Lancashire Wine School next week for anevening tasting some quality craft gins from a range of producers. Discover a selection of fun and flavourful gins from around the world demonstrating the various different styles and flavours each one has to offer. Tickets are £35 at www.thelancashirewineschool.com.
Family History Fridays, Lancashire Archives, Bow Lane, Preston, Friday, September 14
Each month until the end of the year, Lancashire Archives is opening its doors for a day of family history activities.
There will be free advice and help with your family history problems from members of the Lancashire Family History and Heraldry Society, Getting To Know sessions, a family history surgery and archivists on hand to help in the Searchroom. Open next Friday, 10am-5pm, the talk is ‘Township Records’ by David Tilsley, which takes place at 12.30pm. You can find more details online at www.lancashire.gov.uk/archives or by calling 01772 533039.
Alfie Moore, Darwen Library Theatre, Friday, September 14
In his latest stand-up tour show former Detective Sergeant Alfie Moore, star of BBC Radio 4 comedy ‘It’s A Fair Cop’, takes you on a thrilling and interactive journey through the art and science of murder investigation. Tickets cost from £12, online at www.darwenlibrarytheatre.com or on 0844 847 1664.
Ian McMillan and Luke Carver Goss, Whitechapel Village Hall, Friday, September 14
Poet, broadcaster and comedian Ian McMillan and Olympic composer Luke Carver Goss present a hilarious night of words, music and improvisation, featuring stories, songs and a musical...created out of thin air. Tickets cost £12.50 on 01995 640504 or via www.ticketsource.co.uk.