Prescot Festival Short Story Competition 2012

Do you love words? Are you imaginative? Do you have an urge to put pen to paper? Entry to the 2012 Prescot Festival Short Story Competition is open to non-professional writers of all ages living in Merseyside. To start you off, we’re giving you a choice of two words, or themes, to inspire your story: CELEBRATION…

Soprano Worth the Icy Walk

Granted, it was a challenge getting people to brave very icy pavements to come and hear Laura Hudson on Sunday, 5 February. But the recital, which featured English, Russian and German songs, was much enjoyed by all. We’re particularly looking forward to hearing the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra later this month. Here’s a snippet from…

Soprano Sensation Laura Hudson Back in Prescot

Arts in Prescot is delighted to have soprano Laura Hudson back in Prescot, where, with the help of her operatic chums, she has been regularly performing in the parish church. We are pleased to note that Laura’s magnificent voice has caught the attention of the local press. Click here to read about her in the…

First 2012 Friends of the Festival Meeting

We trust you have had a very merry Christmas, and we wish all our friends a happy and exciting new year. It was a fine festive season as usual for Arts in Prescot. Our particular thanks to the choirs of Prescot Parish and Prescot Methodist Churches, the children of St Mary & St Paul’s School…

The Prescot Festival Needs Your Vote!

The Prescot Festival is competing for a £6,000 grant from NatWest Community Force. To place your vote, visit the festival’s project page here. After you’ve voted, please ask friends to vote, and spread the word via Facebook, Twitter and other social networking sites. The extra funding would mean more accessible, affordable arts and music events…