Salsa dancing in the streets and live painting in a department store window are just some of the features of the first Lytham Arts Festival.
It starts on June 20, lasting for a week in the run-up to Lytham Club Day, and organiser Richard Marshall promises something for everyone.
Richard, who is curator of Lytham’s Fylde Gallery, said: “The Assembly Rooms and the United Reformed Church will host events and there will be live music and dancing in Lytham Square, as well as live bands and other events at local pubs. We have some excellent talent getting involved and some of these artists will be holding workshops and demonstrations of their working methods during the festival.”
For details go to www.lythamartsfestival.org