Inspired by the town’s links to Charles Darwin and the theme of ‘Evolution’ the exhibition includes work by internationally renowned photographers, members of Magnum Photos, and includes works from the history of photography through to contemporary images.
Watch for the first signs of spring unfolding this February as the snowdrops begin to emerge and peek their heads through the woodland floor.
Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery is to be the first venue in England to host ‘Rhyme Around the World’, as the exciting exhibition aimed at pre-school children kicks off its national tour in Shropshire.
Our ongoing exhibition this month showcases the work of Marion Reed, Helen Sample and John Willetts.
The second year of this highly successful festival plays host to nine popular presentations of LGBT history, uncovering hidden lives and previously untold stories of Lesbian, Gay, Bi and Trans contributions to life as we know it today.
See the Attingham fallow deer herd up close as they are fed their winter rations.
So You Think You Know About... Dinosaurs? with Ben Garrod is a fun and informative afternoon for children to test out their dinosaur knowledge and learn more about these fascinating creatures.
Work with the renowned education department of the New Vic Theatre to create your own play in a week!