Bridgnorth Festival

The Bridgnorth Music & Arts Festival, which is Shropshire’s largest free festival, looks all set for another bumper year of live performances, communal viewing, artwork, poetry and more as Bridgnorth comes alive for 10 days from 18 to 28 August. The Bank Holiday Monday will see the Quayside live music event return with Ronnie Prudence and his rhythmic drum workshop kicking off at noon. This interactive session will be followed by an eclectic music line-up culminating with the return of Annie and the Make Believe. From 6pm, the Quayside will once again be transformed into an outdoor cinema and what promises to be a sing-a-long classic to dance the night away to.

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