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A documentary film-maker will be hoping to reveal some of the answers surrounding a debilitating illness when the Shropshire ME Group stages its annual conference this month.
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.
Greased lightening is forecast for Shrewsbury on Saturday 6th August when the iconic movie Grease is being shown outdoors.
Lancashire-based theatre and cultural centre The Dukes is set to roll out A Life More Ordinary (ALMO), a new project that aims to make cinema and other arts events accessible for people with dementia in areas of the Midlands and the North West.
The latest film set in the Marvel universe was released last Friday and this week we caught it at Cineworld Shrewsbury. Suffice it to say, it blew our socks off.
If you’re looking for a sugar-sweet, very funny British comedy, then we can highly recommend Eddie the Eagle.
The world famous stage play The Railway Children (2016) comes to screens in 400 cinemas across the UK and Ireland including Shrewsbury from this Easter Monday 28th March.
It's got gore, nudity and superhero in-jokes galore - plus - they even talk to the camera to make some of them really obvious! thank goodness that Deadpool is played by Ryan Reynolds's in this fourth-wall-smashing Marvel movie.
This February, Flicks in the Sticks, the touring cinema branch of Arts Alive, is taking big screen films to rural communities throughout Shropshire including Claverely, Leintwardine and Longden, showcasing films from Wild Tales to A Walk In The Woods and Ex Machina.
Todd Haynes's latest feature is a subtle, moving and deceptive story of two women (brilliantly played by Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara) who refuse to live against "their own grain".
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