• Local Arts
    From Glyndbourne to Ronnie Scott’s…

    From Glyndbourne to Ronnie Scott’s… Come and spend the evening with opera singer Mary Bevan and her jazz singing sister Daisy. They will sing and talk about their styles with international pianist and conductor James Sherlock on the piano. Saturday 21st April at 7pm in St Mary Magdalene Church, Bridgnorth. Tickets £15  in advance Click here […]

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    The Chulian Piano Trio

    A lovely concert in St Mary Magdalene Church Bridgnorth on Saturday 3 March at 7pm. The programme includes Beethoven’s Piano trio in E Flat Major, as well as works from Edmund Rubbra and Felix Mendelssohn. With Ian Clarke on piano, Charlotte Skinner on violin and Julian Metzger on cello. Click here for tickets

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    Piano Recital in St Mary’s

    A wonderful chance to hear Birmingham Conservatoire’s Margaret Newman performing music by Brahms, Beethoven, Chopin , Mozart and Rachmaninov. Friday 16 February 2pm. Tickets £10 Click here for tickets

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    West End & Bridgnorth Sings for Rupert exceeds Expectations

    The huge event held in St Leonard’s Church last Sunday attracted a sell out audience and raised over £17,000 for the charity Rupert’s Revenge. A local ‘Ruperts Choir’ made up of keen amateur singers joined with West End stars Erica Ann Deakin, Jeremy Secomb, Rob Houchen, Karen Evans, Chris and Lucy Key and Laura Tebbutt […]

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    40 years of Blondie

     Explosive tribute band Atomic Blondie at Theatre on the Steps, Saturday 16 Sept. No other female fronted band has ever beaten Blondie’s string of hits and run of success.  Blondie had six UK number one singles, two UK number one albums and six top ten albums, and Heart Of Glass alone sold over a million copies! Few acts […]

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    The A-Z Of Curious Shropshire

    Bridgnorth author John Shipley’s latest book, The A-Z Of Curious Shropshire has just been published. This follows on the heels of the successful The Little Book of Shropshire, and again John presents more fascinating stories about our lovely county. Featuring snippets such as a pub reputedly haunted by the ghost of John (Mad Jack) Mytton and […]

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    Bridgnorth Music & Arts Festival

    Now in its 12th year – Bridgnorth looks forward to hosting the popular Music and Arts Festival towards the end of August. The 10 day programme – which is Shropshire’s largest free festival, features live performances, communal viewing at open air cinema screenings, artwork, poetry and more as Bridgnorth comes alive for 10 days from […]

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    Come Rain or Shine….

    Professional theatre company Rain or Shine will be performing Shakespeare’s cross-gartered and hilarious cross-dressing comedy ‘Twelfth Night’ this summer. Mistaken identity, love, pride and alcohol set a host of much loved characters, including the a pompous yellow gartered steward Malvolio, hopeless romantics, drunken knights,  and fools galore abound in one of William Shakespeare’s most celebrated […]

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    Acorn Antiques

    Did you just love Victoria Wood and Julie Walters in Acorn Antiques? Well if you did then this is a show not to be missed. The hilarious folk at Bridgnorth Musical Theatre Co are staging ‘Acorn Antiques – The Musical’ at the Birchmeadow Centre from 12 to 15 July. Written by Victoria Wood, it follows […]

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    A New Flame

    Simply Red Tribute band comes to the Theatre on the Steps… With more than thirty Top 40 singles and several of the best-selling albums of the last four decades to choose from, ‘A New Flame’ brings the brilliant music of Simply Red to Bridgnorth’s Theatre on the Steps July on 21st & 22nd July. “Lead […]


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