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A Night Out News & Updates

Shrewsbury International Comedy Festival (SICF) has announced the final act for its flagship gala show at Theatre Severn this summer.
A band that plays traditional folk tunes with a modern twist have organised a ceilidh, sometimes called a barn dance, to celebrate St. Patrick's Day this year.
The 70th Anniversary tour of The Mousetrap, the longest running play in the world, continues to enthral audiences throughout the UK - and it's coming to Theatre Severn in June.
Organisers of the 2024 Shrewsbury International Comedy Festival (SICF) have chosen Severn Hospice as their designated charity for this year’s event, set to take place in July.
Shrewsbury based singer songwriter Vincent Whyte will play two Shropshire gigs as part of a short tour to support his new album Terrapin Singtank, released later this month.
The Hive Fundraiser
The Hive Fundraiser
The Hive Shrewsbury's new Patron Hattie Naylor is hosting a fundraising event this Saturday 16th December.
After scoring their first studio UK Official Charts No.1 album, Theatre Of The Absurd Presents C’est La Vie on Friday, Madness have announced they are heading to perform in Ludlow next summer.
A Shropshire business, which aims to identify and address the issue of drink spiking among licensed premises in England, Scotland and Wales, has received funding from the West Mercia Police and Crime Commissioner John Campion to roll out its project in Shrewsbury.
JFK has been shot. What happens now? The Bobby Kennedy Experience studies the life of the most famous man never to become President.
Children are keen observers and will often learn by imitating their parents’ habits and behaviours.
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