What’s On in Blackburn from Monday, 7th May to Sunday, 14th May 2018.

Here’s our list of events in & around Blackburn from Monday, 7th May to Sunday, 14th May 2018.

On 12th & 13th May it’s the 2nd National Festival of Making in Blackburn. There are over 150 events taking place around the town centre. I have attached a list of all the main events taking place.  A full list & more information is available on www.fesitivalofmaking.co.uk 

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 the Visit Blackburn website or contact Blackburn Visitor Centre tel: 01254 688040/ email: visit@blackburn.gov.uk

7th May: Blackburn Rovers Promotion Celebrations. Cathedral Square, Blackburn from 4.30pm

9th – 14th May: “Celebrate Blackburn”, Blackburn with Darwen Community Art Class exhibition, 1st Floor, Blackburn Library.

9th May: Lunchtime Recital by Timothy Parsons from Exeter Cathedral, Blackburn Cathedral 1pm

10th -23rd May: Francis Charlton presents an exhibition by Chris Crawshaw & James Lawrence, The Chapel Galleries, The Bureau Centre for the Arts.

10th May: Alice in Wonderland themed menu, Scholars Restaurant, Blackburn College from 6pm

10th May: The Bluetones, The Windsor Suite, King Georges Hall 7.30pm

11th May: Blackburn Classics with The Hallé, , King Georges Hall 7.30pm

12th -13th May: The National Festival of Making in venues & on the streets around Blackburn Town Centre. There are over 150 separate events over the weekend! See www.fesivalofmaking.co.uk  for a full list of events  & more information.

13th May: Blackburn Market Sunday Opening  10.30am – 4.40pm

We try our best to keep up to date with what’s going on around the Borough but if you know of any other events please let us know so that we can add them to our listings.

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