Since it first moved to Shrewsbury, the Folk Festival has established itself as one of the premier events on the music calendar. Held over two days in the Shrewsbury show ground, just a short walk from Shrewsbury town centre. It is a real family occasion providing a safe self-contained environment to experience the very best in established and emerging artists.
On site camping, and fully stewarded there are side stalls and entertainment to complement the acts performing on the main stage.
With a high level of repeat visitors and tickets that generally sell faster than the proverbial hot cakes - our advice is book early!
Inspired by Shrewsbury's links to Charles Darwin, this outdoor exhibition opens up the theme of evolution through the...
Join a fun drop-in activity to make a kite between 11am and 1pm then fly it on The Green where you can also watch...
Join a drop-in tile decorating workshop between 10am and 3.30pm and try the tube lining technique to produce your own...
The perfect, quintessentially English treat for your Mum on Mothering Sunday; enjoy finger sandwiches, a selection of...
As part of their 50th anniversary celebrations staff at the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust...
Patrick Fly and The Land of Lost Content Museum owner Stella Mitchell need your help in...
Borderlines Film Festival returns to Ludlow Assembly Rooms from Friday 3 to Sunday 5 March...
Blists Hill Victorian Town, one of Shropshire€™s 10 Ironbridge Gorge Museums where life...
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