Don’t Miss the Great British High Street Party on Saturday, 15th July to celebrate Blackburn winning The High Street of the Year award. There’ll be lots of fun, entertainment, street fair & live music for all the family to enjoy. Look out for Winners Week special offers in shops & cafes from 8th -15th July.
Please note that you may need to purchase tickets for some of the events below. To avoid disappointment, please contact the venues to make sure that there are still tickets/places available if you are planning to attend any of the events below. For more information see our web site www.visitblackburn.co.uk or contact Blackburn Visitor Centre tel: 01254 688040/ email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Blackburn Town Centre:
Until 19th August: India’s Gateway: Gujarat, Mumbai & Britain, Exhibition at Blackburn Museum & Art Gallery, Wednesday – Saturday 12 – 4.45pm
Until 28th Oct: Private Life of Books; exhibition by Edward Potten, Blackburn Museum & Art Gallery, Wednesday – Saturday 12 -4.45pm
Until 26th August: Music of Courtly India, Blackburn Museum & Art Gallery, Wednesday – Saturday 12 -4.45pm
Until 20th July: Portraits Exhibition, The Bureau, Victoria St.
Until 14th July: Blackburn Open Walls, Street Art around Blackburn Town Centre.
11th July: Mini Sing, King Georges Hall 6.30pm
11th July: Blackburn Film Club “Tusk”, The Bureau, Victoria St. 7.30pm
12th July: Lunchtime Recital by Samuel Hudson, Blackburn Cathedral 1pm
12th July: Big Sing, King Georges Hall, 6.30pm
12th July: An Evening with Matthew Fort, Café Northcote 7pm
13th July: Drink & Draw, The Bureau, Victoria St. 6.30pm
13th July: Srebrenica Memorial Service, Blackburn Cathedral 1pm
15th July: Great British High Street Party, King William St 10am -6pm
15th July: Blackburn Heritage Walk with Mr Mason, meet in front of Blackburn Town Hall 11.30am & 2.30pm
15th July: CNC Router Your Own Cool Stool , The Making Rooms 10am
15th July: Get Crafty, Blackburn Museum & Art Gallery 12 -4pm
16th July: Srebrenica Peace Walk to Manchester Cathedral, Leaves Blackburn Cathedral 9am.