Highlights

  • JABS

    A new play offering ‘a peek behind the scenes’ of 2021’s Covid vaccination roll-out is visiting a number of Shropshire venues over the next few weeks.  Scripted and directed by Chris Eldon Lee, Jabs...

  • Kiki Dee & Carmelo Luggeri

    For almost two decades, Kiki and Carmelo have been touring their spellbinding acoustic live show across the UK and Europe. Performing in this stripped back fashion allows each of their exceptional tal...

  • Blood Brothers

    Willy Russell's iconic musical tells the story of twins who, separated at birth, grow up on opposite sides of the tracks, only to meet again with fateful consequences.

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What's On Theatres & Arts Centres

  • Theatre Severn

    Theatre Severn

    Shrewsbury's best-known entertainment venue features a 650-seat main auditorium and offers an attrac...

  • The Place

    The Place

    The Place in Oakengates Theatre presents a wide-ranging programme of entertainment events. Plays, mu...

  • SpArC

    Located next to Bishops Castle Community College, SpArC Theatre hosts ‘a vibrant and varied’ program...

  • Wolverhampton Grand Theatre

    Wolverhampton Grand Theatre

    The Wolverhampton Grand is one of the Midlands’ best-established theatres. Opening in 1894, the venu...

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Places To Visit

  • Severn Valley Railway

    Severn Valley Railway

    A full-size standard-gauge heritage line running along the Severn Valley from Bridgnorth to Kiddermi...

  • Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery

    Housed within the town’s Grade II Victorian Music Hall and one of the country’s rare 13th-century ma...

  • Hawkstone Park & Follies

    Hawkstone Park & Follies

    A magical place to discover, Hawkstone Park & Follies was created in the 18th century by Richard Hil...

  • The British Ironwork Centre

    The British Ironwork Centre

    The British Ironwork Centre boasts an impressive collection of beautifully decorative metal items fo...

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