Take Five Things You Must Do Next Week
Some ideas for things to do
Comics Exhibition, Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston, until Sept 23
Throughout the summer holiday, the Comics exhibition at Preston’s Harris is the perfect place to spend a few hours with the kids. Plus they can join in with a Drawing Masterclass on Tuesday and a Lolly Stick Superheroes craft event on Thursday. See www.harrismuseum.org.uk for booking details.
Pendle Walking Festival 2018, until Sunday
Next week you can join one of the UK’s biggest and best free walking festivals. There will be guided walks every day to suit walkers of all abilities ranging from easy walks of a couple of miles to fantastic challenge walks like The Pendle Way - complete the challenge and you will be rewarded with the now famous Certificates of Achievement! It’s a fantastic place to walk and enjoy some of the most stunning countryside views in Lancashire. Book at www.eventbrite.co.uk or to download a festival leaflet with all the details of each walk, head to www.visitpendle.com. Alternatively, call 01282 661963.
Book Club, The Continental, South Meadow Lane, Preston, Monday
The Continental Book Club meets on the second Monday of every month. Works by Jane Austen, Sylvia Plath, Truman Capote, Isabel Allende, Kazuo Ishiguro, and many more have been read and discussed by the group since it started in 2009. At each meeting suggestions are put forward and everyone can have a vote. All are welcome and entry is free. There’s more details at www.newcontinental.net or you can email [email protected]
Jack and the Beanstalk, Worden Park, Leyland, Monday
Every Monday until August 27, Pendle Productions are heading to Worden Park, Leyland to present some family theatre in the open air. Next week it’s the classic tale of Jack and the Beanstalk.Don’t forget your picnic! Tickets are £7.50or £15 for a family of three from www.summertheatretickets.co.uk.
Snooker, Preston Guild Hall, from Wednesday
There’s a double dose of snooker this week in Preston as both the Indian Open Qualifiers and the European Masters Qualifiers come to the city. See some of the world’s best players battling it out for a place in the final stages of two of snooker’s biggest competitions. Tickets start at just £5 at www.prest