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Preston Guild Hall & Charter Theatre

Preston Guild Hall Entertainment Complex is dominated by 2 fantastic venues that host on average around 300 events per year with over 100,000 visitors.

Over the years both venues have operated side by side offering a wide range of products and services to suit all its visitors – past, present and future. From big names in the entertainment industry such as Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Elton John, David Bowie, to name but a few, to big games including World Snooker, International Darts, Bowls and International Badminton.

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Editor's note: On Jan. 7, The Topeka Capital-Journal will shift the publication of its weekly roundup of community events from Sunday's paper to a new section called CJ Extra in Wednesday's paper.