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Once more the country's premier storytelling festival shows that stories are not just for kids.
Find out more about Shropshire's arts and culture scene.
Your trusted guide to some of Shropshire's most respected arts and culture organisations.
Celebrate your community and get involved with a world record attempt in an exciting new photography project.
A project dedicated to exploring how England – the place and the people - is expressed through creative forms.
Shropshire has been the inspiration to many great writers and has a remarkably rich literary heritage.
Browse through Shropshire artists' and photographers' galleries.
A ceremony at St Laurence's church marks 150 years since the birth of poet A.E. Housman
Musical Romany Wood takes to the stage for the offical opening of Shrewsbury's Theatre Severn.
Art and science collide in entertaining ways 3-12 July with the Shift Time Festival in Shrewsbury.
A striking new sculpture rises in Shrewsbury to celebrate Darwin's 200th birthday.
Fantasy and reality merge in Shropshire author Pauline Fisk's magical children's books.
Shrewsbury's £28m Theatre Severn impresses as it opens its doors to the public.
Explore Shropshire's past in our history section.