Britain’s most popular soprano will be at The Severn Theatre in Shrewsbury for an evening of song, reminiscence, and chat. Lesley will tell of her behind- the-scenes stories which will give audiences an insight into her life on the stage. With over 30 years of experience performing in the worlds of opera, musicals, television, radio, and concerts, Lesley has won both critical acclaim and the affection of music lovers and fans from across the world.
Spend an evening with The Telfordaires and discover the joys of a cappella harmony singing!
The Telfordaires are a male-voice barbershop chorus based in Wellington, Telford. We are committed to developing our members’ skills and to providing entertaining experiences to communities around Shropshire and beyond.
Our Open Rehearsal offers an opportunity to come and share in our adventures. You will have the opportunity to join in with our ongoing programme of vocal training, and to learn part of a song in 4-part harmony. We will also perform to you so you can hear what our music sounds like once it’s fully-rehearsed.
Whether you are looking for a new hobby, checking out live music options for your event, or just feel like an interesting evening out with friendly people, we have what you are looking for.
The event is free, but you need to book a ticket so that we can manage numbers and communicate with you about covid safety.
The Tannahill Weavers have made an international name for their special brand of Celtic music, blending the beauty of traditional melodies with the power of modern rhythms. As one of the world’s premier traditional Celtic bands, their diverse repertoire spans the centuries with fire-driven instrumentals, topical songs, original ballads and lullabies, and humorous tales of life in Scotland.
Shrewsbury Cathedral’s Recital series continues with Jon Barton, Director of Music for the Diocese of Shrewsbury, playing the Cathedral organ in a 45-minute recital. Part of the Cathedral’s Autumn.Winter recital series.
Sunday lunch is available prior to the event in the Orchard café, adjacent to the Cathedral on Town Walls.
An uplifting program to celebrate coming together again to sing works of the masters. Orchestra and soloists support Cantata, led by Anthony Coupe, in one of the first choral concerts to be performed in the town since lifting of lockdown 2021. Audience members are asked that they have been double jabbed or have had a negative lateral flow test in the previous 48 hours. This also applies to all performers.
One of the country’s leading folk festivals – the most fun you can have during August Bank Holiday weekend!
The 2022 Shrewsbury Folk Festival takes place from August 26 to 29. Four days packed with fantastic music and much more on a riverside site in the heart of Shrewsbury.
See latest information at www.shrewsburyfolkfestival.co.uk