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2019 Prescot Festival Come & Sing: Vivaldi’s Gloria

SATB singers are invited to join the Prescot Festival Chorus for its annual ‘Come & Sing,’ once again conducted by James Luxton (Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral), with Peter Kwater (St Bartholomew’s Rainhill) at the organ. The last few years have since over 100 singers assemble each June to perform choral works ranging from established masterpieces such…

Best of Brass: Festival Fundraiser 15 March

Prescot Festival audiences like nothing better than a brass band and good food, so we’re delighted to be bringing back the formidable Parr Band for an evening of entertainment with hot pot supper. ‘Best of Brass’ takes place from 7pm to 9pm on Friday 15 March 2019 at Prescot Parish Church, and all funds raised go…

Christmas Concert Raises £1K+ for Charity

Thank you to the vast array of people – performers, volunteers and audience – who made 6 December’s Christmas Concert such a wonderful, festive occasion, helping us to raise £1,004 for the Mayor of Prescot’s Charity. We were promised a quintet of musicians from Allerton Brass, but were delighted to go one better and receive…

Remembering World War One

Our thanks to all who participated in this year’s Remembrance Day weekend, in the year that marked a century since the end of World War One. The Prescot Festival was pleased to join the Friends of Prescot Cemetery & Churchyard, Prescot Parish Church and Prescot Town Council in commemorating the centenary with a concert on…

In the Light of the Moon, by Malcolm Terry

We are pleased to announce that the winner of the 2018 Prescot Festival Short Story Competition is Malcolm Terry, for ‘In the Light of the Moon.’ It is published here for the first time and will also be published in the August 2018 Prescot Parish Magazine. Malcolm receives a cheque for £100. I love the…