December 18, 2018

Midwinter magic

Shakespeare’s far-reaching tale of how emotions can tear through age, country and class is being broadcast from the renowned reconstruction of his very own Globe

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Stressing the issue

A play that’s visiting Shrewsbury in February explores an unseen and often unrecognised possible consequence of war. ‘A Brave Face’ is appearing at Shrewsbury’s Theatre

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A dog’s life

Supported by Arts Alive, poet Matt Harvey returns to the county to embellish artist Claudia Schmid’s collection of funny, mad, sad, strange canine drawings with

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Garden arty

The Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre in Craven Arms is hosting an exhibition from two artists until the end of January. Entry is free. Using a

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Giant steps

How was the Wrekin actually formed? Academics at University Centre Shrewsbury have their own ideas, but Mythstories’ resident storyteller Dez Quarréll knows that two giants

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Four play

The game will once again be afoot at Theatre Shrewsbury in January when master detective Sherlock Holmes appears in Conan Doyle’s second story, ‘The Sign

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Sing up!

Having celebrated their 50th birthday last year, Much Wenlock Male Voice Choir (MWMVC) are well on their way to achieving their target of recruiting enough

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Noisy neighbours

Eight-time sell-out veterans of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and one of the country’s most sought-after comedy club headliners, The Noise Next Door leave audiences everywhere

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Quest continues

In January, Quilters’ Quest celebrate one year of classes moving from their legendary shop in Bridgnorth to Morville Village Hall by starting a new block-a-month

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