…..the heart of this historic south west Shropshire market town
The Town Hall is a venue for a variety of community activities and events. It’s a great location for exhibitions, music, talks and presentations, workshops, markets and specialist sales. With both the Market Hall and the Council Chamber in use throughout the year there is something for everyone going on at the Town Hall. To find out what’s on click on the calendar or see below……on the 3rd Saturday of every month there is a Farmers' Market and on the 1st Saturday of the month a flea market. Our specialist Saturday sales bring people from far and wide. We have a variety of local crafts on display as part of our local showcase. We work closely with other venues in Bishop’s Castle to promote the wide ranging opportunities on offer in the town throughout the year.
Silence.. In 1911 an ancient story was discovered, buried under letters from King Henry VIII. With Suffrage protests at their explosive height, this feminist Arthurian tale was too hot to handle. So the manuscript itself was kept silent….until now. A … Read more
Pride, Power and Prayer.. Can a prideful King become the mightiest of all the Brahma Rishis? Can a God be punished by a Sage he has wronged? How can an illiterate bandit write the epic Ramayana? The answer lies in … Read more
Back by popular demand! Save the date.. Another chance to hear the fabulous voices and moves of The Mode singing all the greatest hits of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. Tickets £17 available from the Town Hall on 01588 630023 or ticketsource.co.uk … Read more
Songs from the First and Second World Wars In commemoration of the end of The Great War 11-11-1918 John Kirkpatrick opens a kit bag of songs from the two World Wars in a programme that highlights two different kinds of material. … Read more
Unconsidered Trifles… Cath Edwards – A fascinating collection of little heard stories saved from obscurity: a young man whose dreams underpin the world’s existence; why it’s crucial to mind your own business and the king who would destroy his own … Read more