Contact

Prescot Festival regularly receives enquiries from performers and artists regarding possible future performances in Prescot. We are unable to reply to all of these. Instead, we contact groups as and when relevant. Note that Prescot Carnival is organised by Prescot Town Council, so please contact them directly with any enquiries.

Prescot Festival

Artistic Director: Robert Howard

Publicity Manager: Laura Bonnett

Webmaster: David Kernick

Email prescotfestival@gmail.com with general enquiries, or email Dave with items for our What’s On listings (chiefly Prescot, Whiston and Rainhill) at kernick@gmail.com.

10 Responses to "Contact"

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    • DENISE Posted on 01/06/2015 at 10:03 am

      IS THE KARL JENKINS MASS FOR PEACE STILL TAKING PLACE ?

  2. Frances Murphy Posted on 29/05/2015 at 6:41 pm

    Hi Laura,

    I would like 2 tickets for the Armed Man but don’t know where to purchase them from. I will be away from 5 June until 18 June so appreciate I would need to purchase them before then.

    Kind regards,

    Frances Murphy

  3. Norma Briscoe Posted on 02/06/2015 at 2:39 pm

    i am writing to make enquires about Prescott fair. We are raising money for Alder Hey and have a tombolia and children’s PPP the balloon. Would it be possible to have a stall for the day.
    Many thanks,
    Norma

  4. John Tisdall Posted on 28/06/2015 at 10:14 pm

    forgot to hand that feedback form in at the Church tonight, couldn’t find a contact address on your website and so will send it back to you, via the Parish Church. Thanks. John Tisdall. 07951 764 754.

  5. Lisa g Posted on 19/06/2016 at 1:33 pm

    I have booked four tickets for the barn dance. Can you provide details where to pick tickets up from as did not provide details and how to order vegetarian option, again no contact details.

    Thanks

  6. Audrey Shaw Posted on 25/06/2016 at 10:49 pm

    Would just like to thank all involved in this wonderful event. Ive had two great Saturday nights for little money and been free of Saturday night telly!!!!

  7. Catherine Hannah Posted on 25/07/2017 at 3:17 pm

    I would like to gon our mailing list if you have one. Really enjoyed the Brass Band Concert at the parish church. First brass band Ihave eer been to.

  8. Neil Williams Posted on 26/08/2018 at 1:38 pm

    I wondered if you had considered, afternoon performances, by local groups.
    There are a number of people who are not keen on going out and returning home “in the dark”. This could be something for them to attend and hopefully enjoy.
    I thank you for your consideration to this suggestion.
    yIH

    Neil

    • Rob Howard Posted on 11/11/2018 at 9:44 pm

      Neil,
      Many thanks for your comment. Apologies for such a late response to your query.
      This suggestion does surface occasionally and we do see the validity of it. We’re happy to discuss it again at a future Festival meeting. Just so you’re aware:
      1) The Annual Festival dates were originally chosen to coincide with the longest daylight hours of the year, in late June. This mean it’s possible to travel (locally) to and from even the evening Festival events while it’s light. For 14 years we’ve stuck to this same time of year to enable this.
      2) The Festival always features some afternoon performances, particularly an afternoon Sunday organ recital, an afternoon carnival and now a morning schools’ music competition.
      3) We do have to bear in mind that a number of key Festival helpers work full time during the week, making more of such afternoon events difficult to stage.
      4) In recent years, evening performances have been moved earlier to start at 7pm, consequently finishing earlier. Most of our evening concerts outside of the Festival run through from 7pm-8.15, with refreshments provided afterwards for those who can stay. This has proved very popular.
      5) In direct response to your query, in the season 2012-13 we trialled a series of 4 Sunday afternoon concerts (3pm start). Although these were worthwhile, they were undoubtedly amongst the smallest audience numbers we’ve ever encountered. As a result, the idea of more/regular afternoon events was dropped.
      Hope that’s a help.
      Kind regards,
      Prescot Festival

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