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Arts Alive recognised at national level

Arts Alive, the rural touring scheme, has been confirmed as part of Arts Council England’s National Portfolio for the next four years.

Rural arts flame burns bright in new deal with wood pellet boiler pioneer

A pioneering renewable energy company is breaking yet more boundaries by signing a new deal to help bring the arts to rural communities in Shropshire, Mid Wales and beyond.

WW1 drama is based on letters of six Shropshire women

Arts Alive and Shropshire Archives has commissioned a brand new piece of drama, My Dearest Girls: The Letters Book, based on a unique set of letters sent between six Shropshire women from 1917-1920.

Guitarist Clive Carroll’s 1000 years of music

Arts Alive is welcoming back brilliant guitarist Clive Carroll with his show 1000 Years of Music, after he was such a hit with audiences last year.

1000 Years of Music at Chelmarsh Parish Hall – 30/11/13

It’s another coup for Arts Alive as guitarist Clive Carroll brings 1000 Years of Music to South Shropshire.

Oscar Wilde’s ‘Lord Arthur Saville’s Crime’

Arts Alive brings audiences this gripping tale of love, honour, duty, fortune-telling and murder!

Arts Alive: Hilarity in the Beauty Salon

Arts Alive presents more great comic drama with Death of a Beauty Saleswoman, a brand-new one-woman show from the fantastic Debbie Tracey.

The Maasai Warriors get set to leap into the County

The totally authentic Osiligi Maasai Warriors Troupe return to the UK after last year’s hugely successful tour.

Sonia Sabri is The One

There’s no lack of opportunities to sample music and dance from around the world, with Arts Alive events in local venues.

Feeling the Pinch? You’ve Never Had It So Good!

What happens when a hard-working, honest man can no longer afford to keep his wife in the style to which she has become accustomed and is forced to accept an offer from the landlord he cannot refuse?

Wem town hall to host Larkrise to Candleford adaptation

Live costume drama comes to Wem when Arts Alive brings New Perspectives Theatre Company to Wem Town Hall to perform their adaption of the popular novel Lark Rise to Candleford on Friday 20th May at 7.30pm.

Who’s been sitting in my chair?

Arts Alive is delighted to present Freehand Theatre’s playful and musical interpretation of a very well known story!
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