A Georgian celebration is being held online on Saturday May 15th to mark the close of a grant funded project to restore the unique Georgian tombs found in St John the Baptist Church Bishops Castle Churchyard. This online event is free and the line up includes music from John Kirkpatrick MBE, Castle Carols and Friends, Noxwode Baroque Ensemble, Hallelujah chorus with The Marches Choir and Friends and an election drama of 1820 from South West Shropshire Historical and Archaeological Society. Book your place for the online experience on email@example.com
In addition to entertaining music and drama online from 4pm to 7.30 there will be an opportunity for families to collect craft activity bags from the church porch from 11am – activities include making a tricorn hat, decorating a fan and taking part in an art trail with your family.
….from the company who brought you the critically acclaimed The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (**** The Stage) and audience favourite Cinderella: Beware me hearties – there be pirates and treasures galore in this fast, funny, family-friendly, folk inspired Spring Panto. Join Jim and his crew as they brave the high seas and set sail for a show like no other as IKP spins another “delightfully daft” tale of adventure for all ages.
Covid respectful outdoor performance in the gardens of Soulton Hall.
Motorfest 2021 will be held at beautiful Chetwynd Deer Park, on Father’s Day (20th June) and will play host to large number of fantastic classic cars, music, great food, kids’ entertainment and shopping stalls.
Come and join us for live music featuring classic sounds from the 1940s to 2000s, fair side stalls and lots of food and drink options (including pizza, burgers, Indian street food, Ice cream and a full bar for those not driving!).
Dubbed ‘the best thing since The Andrews Sisters’, The Bluebird Belles are a professional 1940s & Vintage vocal harmony trio from the West Midlands, specialising in retro sounds from the 1920s right up to the present day.
One of the country’s leading folk festivals – the most fun you can have during August Bank Holiday weekend!
The 2021 Shrewsbury Folk Festival takes place from August 27 to 30. 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
2nd & 3rd October 2020 – Following the success of the past 3 Oktoberfest we are back and BIGGER! Over 180 real ales, ciders, bubbles, gin, cocktails, rum and more served alongside amazing live music, street food, farmers market, comedy club and the much loved silent disco this promises to be another amazing event inside Shrewsbury Quarry Park!
The event runs;
5pm – 10pm Friday 2nd October – £7 in advance (£9 on the door)
11am – 10pm Saturday 3rd October – £13 entry in advance (£15 on the door)
VIP tickets – £35 in advance (Saturday only, £40 on the door)
for tickets and more information check out www.shropshireoktoberfest.co.uk
On February 26 and 27, 2022, Telford International Centre will play host to Shropshire Kids Festival.
This is your one-stop ticket to family fun for ages 0-14! We bring together hundreds of activities in to one place, for a jam-packed day of enjoyment. The best bit? Once inside all activities are FREE! There will be an obstacle course, a battalion of inflatables with a helter skelter slide, giant games, space hoppers, zorbing, mini golf, bubble football, musical instruments to try, go karts, STEM activities, arts, crafts, sports, baking sessions, nerf wars, roller disco, mini ice rink, exploring, discovering and epic enjoyment! If there’s one thing we can guarantee at Shropshire Kids Festival – it’s FUN!