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Dates: Saturday May 4, June 1, September 7, November 2 and December 7

Time: 5.30pm – 10pm

Location: Shrewsbury Market Hall, Claremont Street, Shrewsbury SY1 1HQ


Experience Shrewsbury Market Hall by night, tuning into its twilight vibes. Enjoy flavours from around the world, wine and gin bars, cocktails and more!

Cafes and street food venues open up 9pm, bars open up to 10pm. No need to book, just turn up.

A small range of fashion, gift, vintage, art, handcraft, skincare and accessory stalls also open during the earlier part of the evening until 7 or 8pm. Individual business opening times may vary.

The majority of the market’s eateries and bars take walk-ins only on the night. As this event gets popular, there may be a wait for a table at a sit-down venue. Ask the café to put you on their list and then you can enjoy a drink in the bars while you wait for your table.

Takeaway food is also available with communual tables available on the gallery level and main market floor.

Advance reservations can only be made at Petitglou wine bar for food and drink and Moreish café which serves a three-course set menu.

For further information visit www.shrewsburymarkethall.co.uk.

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