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Invitation to attend the Christmas PARTY PPL

4-8pm  (TONIGHT) Thursday 21st December, Guildhall St, PR1

in association with Creative Lancashire & Preston Creative Partnership

Drop in for mulled wine, mince pies, Christmas brass, & explore Preston’s most exciting happening of 2018, The People’s Production Lab. There’ll be pizza, a bar, and music to ease you into the Christmas spirit – don’t miss the opportunity for a sneak peek!

For 2018 the takeover of 55 Guild Hall Street, a 4 floor office block in Preston city centre will transform this inside/outside space into publically accessible areas that will host creative workspace, weekender events & public performance.

Please RSVP to to confirm your attendance and instructions for how to enter the building via Guildhall Street
Event Details
They Eat Culture present

Christmas PARTY PPL

Time: 4-7pm
Date: 21 December 2017
Venue: Peoples Production Lab (PPL), 55 Guildhall Street, Preston, PR1 3NU (event entrance on Cannon Street)



About They Eat Culture - People Production Lab:

The Big Lottery funded project, Mobile Home, sees They Eat Culture working in 5 areas across Preston between 2016-2019,  to develop new environmental, architectural & cultural activity. The People’s Production Lab will tour around as part of Mobile Home and like a snowball get people making in all corners of Preston & South Ribble.

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