There will be music for all the family with performances from Shrewsbury Brass Band, Shrewsbury Male Voice Choir and Lorna Crosse with the Young Performers’ Choir. Shrewsbury Town Council is managing the concert, which will be broadcast live on BBC Radio Shropshire from 6.05pm until 7pm. The evening will be hosted by radio presenter Eric Smith, who is currently appearing in pantomime Peter Pan at Theatre Severn.
The concert will also be screened live via webcast by Shrewsbury-based company, Microvideo, at http://live.shrewsburysquare.com/
There will be free parking from 4pm at Abbey Foregate, St Julian’s Friars & Frankwell Main Long Stay Car Parks only and the Park & Ride service will be extended until 9pm.
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