Help put on the Tringe

Magician Jason Rea, from Deepdale, with Tringe organisor, Sam Buist, at the start of the 2011 festival at The Angel, on Lune Street in Preston
Magician Jason Rea, from Deepdale, with Tringe organisor, Sam Buist, at the start of the 2011 festival at The Angel, on Lune Street in Preston

Preston Tringe needs you!

The city’s fringe festival of theatre, comedy, music and more is on the lookout for volunteers to help bring the event to life.

Starting next week, Tringe is an open-access festival and organisers are looking for local people to get involved in important behind-the-scenes roles.

Whether they are able to provide a couple of hours of support, or help out on a regular basis, volunteering plays a crucial role in bringing the annual festival to the city.

Technical crews help bring performances to life with sound and light, while the front of house team play a critical role in assisting the performers and organising the venues.

The Tringe street marketing team plays a vital role in promoting the events and help bring the festival to the people of Preston.

No experience is necessary, as training will be offered for all positions.

This is a great way to learn new skills, increase your knowledge and have a great experience working with a fast growing festival in a friendly atmosphere.

All that’s required is your time and enthusiasm!

For more information, e-mail info@prestontringe.co.uk.

A full line-up of Tringe events can be found on www.tringe.co.uk.