Autumn & Winter Menu
Born from the ashes of the then-disbanded Hawkwind in 1978, Hawklords have since gone on to become a force to be reckoned with in their own right. Expect top class British space rock and psych with a jaw-dropping digital projected lightshow. Far out, man! Read more
Lancashire Literature Festival
22nd & 23rd October. Hear talks from authors Vincent Atherton, Margaret Elphinstone, Tom Hodgkinson, Inés Gregori Labarta & Kate Versprill at this fantastic two days of event, with panels, a Story Slam with £100 prize and more... Read more
Stephen Grew's Quartet comes to Preston for one night only, organised by UCLan as part of a Jazz North 'Northern Line' tour. Read more
The Floyd Band
After selling out two back-to-back shows here over one weekend in May, The Floyd Band touch down once again at The Continental on 29th October to bring you two full classic Pink Floyd albums, Wish You Were Here and Dark Side of the Moon, with some highlights from The Wall - LIVE. Read more
Un-Peeled, Preston's annual tribute to the much missed Radio One DJ returns for 2016 for John Peel Day. There'll be two stages in The Continental packed out with an awesome and diverse line-up of acts whose common denominator is that they either all recorded sessions for John Peel. The line-up contains some of Peel's favourite acts, including The Nightingales, The Stupids, Eton Crop, Minny Pops, John Hyatt's Plastic Reality, Spread Eagle, Deutsche Ashram, a mystery band of local Peel vets and a rare and exclusive performance from the lauded Welsh act Datblygu. Read more
Girl and a Gun
This is a show about girls and guns. It’s a show that asks two people to take to the stage and play out a film script in front of you. It wonders what the difference might be in watching something on screen and experiencing something live. November 9th. Read more
Are you aged between 16 and 25? Do you want to learn how to run film events? Contact email@example.com 01772 499 207 for more information on joining TheyEatCulture's summer Young Programmers group. Funded by The British Film Institute.
Critical Film Writing Workshops
TheyEatCulture are also starting a ‘Writing for Film’ group.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org 01772 499 207 for more information on joining.