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It may not feature a Night at the Opera but Shrewsbury Flower Show organisers say one thing’s for certain at this year’s event - “We Will Rock You!”
The ‘Long and Winding Road’ will lead to Shrewsbury in September when the town’s mayor Councillor Phil Gillam organises a charity Beatles Weekend.
Inspired by a life of love and heart break, Roy Orbison, who would have been 83 this year, is arguably one of the greatest musicians and songwriters of all time.
She may not have progressed to the Final this week but the self styled “Stockport Housewife” Mrs Barbara Nice will be the headline act at Shrewsbury International Comedy Festival’s opening night on Thursday 18th July, at the town’s flagship venue, Theatre Severn.
Visitors to Shrewsbury Flower Show can be assured of a real whizz-bang finale this year with the news of a new company coming on board to put on the traditional fireworks display.
Dare-devil displays of airborne motorcycle acrobatics, music, competitive livestock classes and colourful entertainment zones for young visitors are some of the highlights expected to attract thousands of people to this year’s Shropshire County Show.
Organisers of the Shrewsbury International Comedy Festival, now in its third year, have announced Irish comedian, author, musician, actor & playwright David O'Doherty will play the Festival’s Gala Show at Theatre Severn on Sunday 21st July.
The team behind this year's pantomime, Mother Goose at Theatre Severn in Shrewsbury, have surpassed themselves!
To Have to Shoot Irishmen is the latest work from Lizzie Nunnery and although it was a fairly short play at our Theatre in Shrewsbury, it was such a powerful one.
A popular Shropshire health and fitness club has added to its impressive facilities by opening a new outdoor children’s play area and upgrading its tennis courts.
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