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Tourism in Shrewsbury is about to get an injection of energy and fun following the appointment of Beth Heath as the town’s tourism officer.
There’s a crisp bite in the air, the nights are drawing in and Shrewsbury shopfronts are full of creepy decorations… There’s no doubt that Halloween is just around the corner and we know the perfect way to celebrate: with plenty of pumpkins, beautiful autumn nature and festive events!
Ludlow Assembly Rooms has announced its A Life More Ordinary (ALMO) programme, a series of films for people with dementia and memory loss, their family, friends and carers.
A successful event held at a Shrewsbury hotel and restaurant to commemorate 400 years since the passing of William Shakespeare, has raised £250 for Macmillan Cancer Support Shropshire.
Salop Leisure’s showroom echoed to the sound of laughter on Sunday as four comedians staged a show in a caravan holiday home at Machynlleth Comedy Festival.
Heard the one about a stand-up comedy show in a caravan? That’s what’s planned for this year’s Machynlleth Comedy Festival in Mid Wales from April 29 to May 1 when the intimate venue for live entertainment will be explored.
Organisers have secured Lanyon Bowdler Solicitors as the first sponsor to support this year’s The Big Arts Show in Shrewsbury.
Shakespeare’s tragic and dark thriller Macbeth has been made into a new screen version by Australian film-maker Justin Kurzel.
Guy Ritchie has brought his usual brand of slick cinema direction and screenwriting to revamp The Man from UNCLE, now showing at Cineworld Shrewsbury.
Organisers of Shrewsbury Flower Show are looking forward to a super successful 2015 event.
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