The second half of a Weird and Wonderful Week at Preston’s city centre Korova Arts Cafe & Bar features more spooky activities for Halloween.
There’s comedy, poetry and jazz music climaxing in Korova’s Special Halloween comedy night with Preston-born Dan Nightingale headlining.
Back from his acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe performances, Nightingale will be entertaining the audiences of his hometown, supported by rising comedian of the North-West scene Pete Ottway.
Korova’s Halloween special will be followed by KorovaKlectic on November 1.
The evening will consist of comedy, poetry, storytelling and music, including work inspired by Halloween.
The evening is still looking for artists to perform, especially work that is Halloween themed.
The venue will be wrapping up their week with the launch of their new jazz night Swing Out Hot Club, run by the former DJ of Swingeroo Andrew Dennis.