Preston Remembers

This weekend, I was fortunate to catch a moving piece of street theatre in Preston’s City Centre.  To be honest, I hadn’t really expected a great deal from what sounded like a remembrance event telling the stories of three Preston people impacted by the first World War.

What we actually got was a superbly produced and acted performance by the ‘Theatre in the Quarter’ group. The actors, dressed in period costumes put on a performance that included music and song, together with lively storytelling. It was a fitting tribute not only to the people of Preston but to all those who lived through the dark days of the First World War.

These are a few of my photographs from the performances.

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