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Shropshire culture and arts: let Shropshire open your eyes

Shropshire doesn’t just give you tranquil surroundings, rich history and amazing food. All year round, Shropshire has a vibrant arts and culture scene to inspire and entertain. At Shropshire theatres you can catch nationally touring drama, comedy, live music, musicals, pantomime, and plays for children. As well as big-name cinemas you’ll find two independent cinemas in Shropshire, plus screenings in other performance spaces around the county. Shropshire museums and their knowledgeable staff are amazing. You can get up close to Roman treasure, travel through decades of British pop culture, see a full-size reconstruction of the woolly mammoths that wandered Shropshire thousands of years ago. In small galleries around the county you can buy original artwork from local artists. Shropshire’s beautiful scenery and quietude mean many creative people have made our county their home, including writers, artists, photographers and musicians. We love festivals in Shropshire, and many of our annual festivals embrace the arts. You could attend a classical music recital in a beautiful church or visit the open studios of artists. Are you ready to soak up Shropshire’s arts and culture?

Telford

Shropshire Festivals

SHROPSHIRE FESTIVALS· An events company that specialises in fun events across Shropshire and beyond. Best known for Shrewsbury Food Festival, Shropshire Kids Festival, Shropshire Oktoberfest, Field to Fork Festival and many more…. we also help other businesses run their PR, marketing and events bringing expertise, fun and ideas.

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Ludlow

Ludlow Castle

Welcome to Ludlow Castle, one of the finest medieval ruins in England. Set in the glorious Shropshire countryside at the heart of the superb, bustling black & white market town of Ludlow. Walk through the Castle grounds and see the ancient houses of kings, queens, princes, judges and the nobility – a glimpse into the […]

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Shrewsbury

Get English

• English language courses • Combine study with an immersive cultural experience • Take your learning beyond the classroom • Two highly-experienced trainers with you in the classroom and on excursions in and around the beautiful county of Shropshire.  Easily-customised, flexible packages. Perfect for couples, families, or small groups: GET SET GO Mini (weekend course) […]

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Shrewsbury

Visual Art Network

Our street gallery located in the Darwin Shopping Centre features a diverse range of work to buy by local artists and makers. The Visual Art Network (VAN) is a volunteer run organisation for artists aiming to promote local visual arts in the Shropshire area. Our members exhibit and sell their work at the gallery and […]

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Shrewsbury

Soldiers of Shropshire Museum

Welcome to Soldiers of Shropshire Museum in Shrewsbury Castle. The Museum is host to a journey through nearly 300 years of British Army Evolution, seen through the eyes, campaigns and sacrifices of Shropshire Soldiers. The Museum displays the significant collections of the Shropshire regiments between 1755 and 1968, including the formation of the Light Infantry […]

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London

Camp Bestival Shropshire 18th - 21st August 2022

Join us for the first-EVER Camp Bestival Shropshire, a stellar sister show to the UK’s favourite family festival coming to Weston Park* 18th-21st August 2022. Following hot on the heels of the pioneering Dorset-based jamboree which will take place next July, Camp Bestival Shropshire will be bringing all the unique and essential elements of the original Camp […]

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Shrewsbury,

St Chads Church

St Chad’s is a unique church because it is round.  With a capacity of 1200 people the building has the ability to make everybody feel close to the centre of the church.  At the heart of St Chad’s spirituality we believe that all are included in the body of Christ.  The round setting of the […]

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Shrewsbury

Black Lion Barn

Completely renovated in 2020, and concealed on a peaceful country lane, this detached country barn has striking black timber cladding and views of the Shropshire hills. It’s perfect for families and groups of up to 12 people looking to get away together. Make your way inside, feeling the warmth of the luxurious underfloor heating, in […]

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Shrewsbury

Theatre Severn

If you enjoy live entertainment, plays, musicals, comedy, dance and live music, or you’re looking for a great night out, Theatre Severn is the place to go. With two auditoriums, a stylish bar housed in an old chapel and terraces offering stunning views across the River Severn and rooftops of Shrewsbury, this is the perfect […]

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Atcham

Attingham Park

An 18th-century estate for all seasons with 200 acres of parkland and Regency Mansion. The National Trust’s Attingham Park, one Shropshire’s finest country estate, has been the setting for astutely accumulated fortunes, overspending and financial ruin, a story of love and neglect, and revival and rediscovery. Bequeathed to the National Trust in 1947 by Thomas, […]

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Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury Castle

Whether you’re a friend or foe everyone is welcome to explore the grounds of this ancient site for free. The fortifications that have been on this site since 1074 have both protected the town from invaders and welcomed dignitaries over the centuries. Today the elegant sandstone castle, modernised by Thomas Telford in the 18th century […]

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Bridgnorth

Dudmaston National Trust

Stretching across 3,000 acres of ancient woodland and park, Dudmaston is a working estate with a family home at its heart. Stepped in history but shaped by modern tastes and radical thinking, it is a delightful collision of unexpected contrasts. From the Picturesque dingle, to the remarkable pieces by Moore and Matisse in the galleries, […]

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Bishop's Castle

Poetry Pharmacy

Welcome to the world’s first walk-in Poetry Pharmacy. This beautiful Victorian shop with its original shelves & mahogany counter is filled with poetry, philosopy and well-being books and ‘pills’ and other literary gifts and products, to address your emotional needs. Your Poetry Pharmacist will be able to prescribe suitable philtres and tonics, and you will […]

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