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Draw like the Beano with Salty Studios - Workshop
Jul
31
11:00 AM11:00

Draw like the Beano with Salty Studios - Workshop

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Workshop as part of the Mischief Makers Summer Reading Challenge 2018.

Tickets are £3 for workshop

or £8 for workshop and afternoon film 

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Parents go FREE

Please note: Children under the age of 8 years must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

This event will be held at Ludlow Library.

Call Box Office on 01584 878141 for more information.

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Beano Animation with Salty Studios - Workshop
Aug
7
11:00 AM11:00

Beano Animation with Salty Studios - Workshop

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Workshop as part of the Mischief Makers Summer Reading Challenge 2018.

Tickets are £3 for workshop

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or £8 for workshop and afternoon film 

Parents go FREE

Please note: Children under the age of 8 years must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

This event will be held at Ludlow Library.

Call Box Office on 01584 878141 for more information.

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Captain Underpants (U)
Aug
7
2:00 PM14:00

Captain Underpants (U)

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As part of the Mischief Makers Summer Reading Challenge 2018

Tickets are £5 or £8 for workshop and afternoon film (Parents go FREE)

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Please note: Children under the age of 8 years must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

This event will be held at Ludlow Library.

Please call Box Office on 01584 878141 for more information.

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Beano Prank Day! - Workshop
Aug
14
11:00 AM11:00

Beano Prank Day! - Workshop

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Workshop as part of the Mischief Makers Summer Reading Challenge 2018.

Tickets are £3 for workshop

or £8 for workshop and afternoon film 

Parents go FREE

Please note: Children under the age of 8 years must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

This event will be held at Ludlow Library.

Call Box Office on 01584 878141 for more information.

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Wacky Racers - Workshop
Aug
21
11:00 AM11:00

Wacky Racers - Workshop

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Workshop as part of the Mischief Makers Summer Reading Challenge 2018.

Tickets are £3 for workshop

or £8 for workshop and afternoon film 

Parents go FREE

Please note: Children under the age of 8 years must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

This event will be held at Ludlow Library.

Call Box Office on 01584 878141 for more information.

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Comic Strip Storyboarding with Salty Studios - Workshop
Aug
28
11:00 AM11:00

Comic Strip Storyboarding with Salty Studios - Workshop

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Workshop as part of the Mischief Makers Summer Reading Challenge 2018.

Tickets are £3 for workshop

shropshire-libraries-logo.jpg

or £8 for workshop and afternoon film 

Parents go FREE

Please note: Children under the age of 8 years must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

This event will be held at Ludlow Library.

Call Box Office on 01584 878141 for more information.

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Horrid Henry - The Movie (U)
Aug
28
2:00 PM14:00

Horrid Henry - The Movie (U)

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As part of the Mischief Makers Summer Reading Challenge 2018

Tickets are £5 or £8 for workshop and afternoon film (Parents go FREE)

shropshire-libraries-logo.jpg

Please note: Children under the age of 8 years must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

This event will be held at Ludlow Library.

Please call Box Office on 01584 878141 for more information.

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Local History Lectures and Walks with Alfred Jenkins MBE
Jul
1
10:00 AM10:00

Local History Lectures and Walks with Alfred Jenkins MBE

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Walks and Talks - Alf Jenkins MBE is a Shropshire ‘Lad’, born on the Titterstone Clee Hills in the 1930s. His home was Dhu Stone Inn situated near and built for miners, railway and stone quarry workers. His father was an undertaker, wheelwright, smallholder and publican. The area was a remote, hive of industry with its own brand of farming and dialect. 

At the age of eleven Alf travelled the great distance of five miles each day to the foreign land of Ludlow and its Grammar School. Army life, teacher training and work in Birmingham followed before he returned to Ludlow to teach in the 1960s. Those interim years saw Clee Hill dialect diluted, two quarries close and the Dhu Stone incline became obsolete. There was a population influx and considerable commuting to work. Clee Hill life changed beyond all recognition, giving much urgency for Alf’s books and DVDs to be produced. What was written for local people has, due to detail of dialect, industrial history, crafts, stone quarrying, rural life, quarry railways and coalmining acquired not only national but international appeal.

Enjoy a little nostalgia from his lectures and tours at the Ludlow Fringe Festival about this unique area and encapsulate Alf’s infectious enthusiasm for the area. 

19 June 2018 - Lecture 1 – DVD Presentation “A stroll around the Clee Hills’. With discussion on the industrial and social history of Clee Hill. 

26 June 2018 - Lecture 2 – The Development of Clee Hill’s unique Dialect. A conversation by Ann and Alf Jenkins with a fun quiz to end. 

30 June & 2 July 2018 - Walking Tours of Clee Hill’s Industrial and Social History Sites – 10am meet in Victoria Car Park at Clee Hill village – on the A4117 for a leisurely stroll around the hill. Warm weatherproof clothing, packed lunch and strong shoes needed).

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Local History Lectures and Walks with Alfred Jenkins MBE
Jun
30
10:00 AM10:00

Local History Lectures and Walks with Alfred Jenkins MBE

Alf-Jenkins-2_web.jpg

Walks and Talks - Alf Jenkins MBE is a Shropshire ‘Lad’, born on the Titterstone Clee Hills in the 1930s. His home was Dhu Stone Inn situated near and built for miners, railway and stone quarry workers. His father was an undertaker, wheelwright, smallholder and publican. The area was a remote, hive of industry with its own brand of farming and dialect. 

At the age of eleven Alf travelled the great distance of five miles each day to the foreign land of Ludlow and its Grammar School. Army life, teacher training and work in Birmingham followed before he returned to Ludlow to teach in the 1960s. Those interim years saw Clee Hill dialect diluted, two quarries close and the Dhu Stone incline became obsolete. There was a population influx and considerable commuting to work. Clee Hill life changed beyond all recognition, giving much urgency for Alf’s books and DVDs to be produced. What was written for local people has, due to detail of dialect, industrial history, crafts, stone quarrying, rural life, quarry railways and coalmining acquired not only national but international appeal.

Enjoy a little nostalgia from his lectures and tours at the Ludlow Fringe Festival about this unique area and encapsulate Alf’s infectious enthusiasm for the area. 

19 June 2018 - Lecture 1 – DVD Presentation “A stroll around the Clee Hills’. With discussion on the industrial and social history of Clee Hill. 

26 June 2018 - Lecture 2 – The Development of Clee Hill’s unique Dialect. A conversation by Ann and Alf Jenkins with a fun quiz to end. 

30 June & 2 July 2018 - Walking Tours of Clee Hill’s Industrial and Social History Sites – 10am meet in Victoria Car Park at Clee Hill village – on the A4117 for a leisurely stroll around the hill. Warm weatherproof clothing, packed lunch and strong shoes needed).

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Local History Lectures and Walks with Alfred Jenkins MBE
Jun
26
7:30 PM19:30

Local History Lectures and Walks with Alfred Jenkins MBE

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Walks and Talks - Alf Jenkins MBE is a Shropshire ‘Lad’, born on the Titterstone Clee Hills in the 1930s. His home was Dhu Stone Inn situated near and built for miners, railway and stone quarry workers. His father was an undertaker, wheelwright, smallholder and publican. The area was a remote, hive of industry with its own brand of farming and dialect. 

At the age of eleven Alf travelled the great distance of five miles each day to the foreign land of Ludlow and its Grammar School. Army life, teacher training and work in Birmingham followed before he returned to Ludlow to teach in the 1960s. Those interim years saw Clee Hill dialect diluted, two quarries close and the Dhu Stone incline became obsolete. There was a population influx and considerable commuting to work. Clee Hill life changed beyond all recognition, giving much urgency for Alf’s books and DVDs to be produced. What was written for local people has, due to detail of dialect, industrial history, crafts, stone quarrying, rural life, quarry railways and coalmining acquired not only national but international appeal.

Enjoy a little nostalgia from his lectures and tours at the Ludlow Fringe Festival about this unique area and encapsulate Alf’s infectious enthusiasm for the area. 

19 June 2018 - Lecture 1 – DVD Presentation “A stroll around the Clee Hills’. With discussion on the industrial and social history of Clee Hill. 

26 June 2018 - Lecture 2 – The Development of Clee Hill’s unique Dialect. A conversation by Ann and Alf Jenkins with a fun quiz to end. 

30 June & 2 July 2018 - Walking Tours of Clee Hill’s Industrial and Social History Sites – 10am meet in Victoria Car Park at Clee Hill village – on the A4117 for a leisurely stroll around the hill. Warm weatherproof clothing, packed lunch and strong shoes needed).

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As You Like It - Shakespeare in the Castle - Here to There Productions
Jun
25
7:15 PM19:15

As You Like It - Shakespeare in the Castle - Here to There Productions

It's the Swinging 60’s and life at the court of the usurping Duke Frederick is lived on the edge - overflowing with tension, intrigue and brotherly hate.

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Meanwhile in the Forest of Arden, peace and love reigns where the Duke’s exiled brother Duke Senior has taken refuge. The hippie lifestyle here is much slower and more gentle - until it is disturbed by runaways and four sets of lovers, including a cross dressing woman. Add a comedy duo and all the world’s a stage.
Come play your part at this open air production of Shakespeare’s comedy As You Like It in the beautiful setting of Ludlow Castle. 

Bring a blanket, chairs and maybe a picnic and join us for an evening of comedy, drama and live music.

This is an outdoor production – bring waterproofs! If it rains, the show must go on so please come prepared.

This event is held at Ludlow Castle.  Tickets are £15/£13 Concessions.

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As You Like It - Shakespeare in the Castle - Here to There Productions
Jun
24
7:15 PM19:15

As You Like It - Shakespeare in the Castle - Here to There Productions

It's the Swinging 60’s and life at the court of the usurping Duke Frederick is lived on the edge - overflowing with tension, intrigue and brotherly hate.

As-You-LIke-It-(Ludlow-Castle)-low-res.jpg

Meanwhile in the Forest of Arden, peace and love reigns where the Duke’s exiled brother Duke Senior has taken refuge. The hippie lifestyle here is much slower and more gentle - until it is disturbed by runaways and four sets of lovers, including a cross dressing woman. Add a comedy duo and all the world’s a stage.
Come play your part at this open air production of Shakespeare’s comedy As You Like It in the beautiful setting of Ludlow Castle. 

Bring a blanket, chairs and maybe a picnic and join us for an evening of comedy, drama and live music.

This is an outdoor production – bring waterproofs! If it rains, the show must go on so please come prepared.

This event is held at Ludlow Castle.  Tickets are £15/£13 Concessions.

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As You Like It - Shakespeare in the Castle - Here to There Productions
Jun
23
7:15 PM19:15

As You Like It - Shakespeare in the Castle - Here to There Productions

It's the Swinging 60’s and life at the court of the usurping Duke Frederick is lived on the edge - overflowing with tension, intrigue and brotherly hate.

As-You-LIke-It-(Ludlow-Castle)-low-res.jpg

Meanwhile in the Forest of Arden, peace and love reigns where the Duke’s exiled brother Duke Senior has taken refuge. The hippie lifestyle here is much slower and more gentle - until it is disturbed by runaways and four sets of lovers, including a cross dressing woman. Add a comedy duo and all the world’s a stage.
Come play your part at this open air production of Shakespeare’s comedy As You Like It in the beautiful setting of Ludlow Castle. 

Bring a blanket, chairs and maybe a picnic and join us for an evening of comedy, drama and live music.

This is an outdoor production – bring waterproofs! If it rains, the show must go on so please come prepared.

This event is held at Ludlow Castle.  Tickets are £15/£13 Concessions.

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As You Like It - Shakespeare in the Castle - Here to There Productions
Jun
22
7:15 PM19:15

As You Like It - Shakespeare in the Castle - Here to There Productions

It's the Swinging 60’s and life at the court of the usurping Duke Frederick is lived on the edge - overflowing with tension, intrigue and brotherly hate.

As-You-LIke-It-(Ludlow-Castle)-low-res.jpg

Meanwhile in the Forest of Arden, peace and love reigns where the Duke’s exiled brother Duke Senior has taken refuge. The hippie lifestyle here is much slower and more gentle - until it is disturbed by runaways and four sets of lovers, including a cross dressing woman. Add a comedy duo and all the world’s a stage.
Come play your part at this open air production of Shakespeare’s comedy As You Like It in the beautiful setting of Ludlow Castle. 

Bring a blanket, chairs and maybe a picnic and join us for an evening of comedy, drama and live music.

This is an outdoor production – bring waterproofs! If it rains, the show must go on so please come prepared.

This event is held at Ludlow Castle.  Tickets are £15/£13 Concessions.

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As You Like It - Shakespeare in the Castle - Here to There Productions
Jun
21
7:15 PM19:15

As You Like It - Shakespeare in the Castle - Here to There Productions

It's the Swinging 60’s and life at the court of the usurping Duke Frederick is lived on the edge - overflowing with tension, intrigue and brotherly hate.

As-You-LIke-It-(Ludlow-Castle)-low-res.jpg

Meanwhile in the Forest of Arden, peace and love reigns where the Duke’s exiled brother Duke Senior has taken refuge. The hippie lifestyle here is much slower and more gentle - until it is disturbed by runaways and four sets of lovers, including a cross dressing woman. Add a comedy duo and all the world’s a stage.
Come play your part at this open air production of Shakespeare’s comedy As You Like It in the beautiful setting of Ludlow Castle. 

Bring a blanket, chairs and maybe a picnic and join us for an evening of comedy, drama and live music.

This is an outdoor production – bring waterproofs! If it rains, the show must go on so please come prepared.

This event is held at Ludlow Castle.  Tickets are £15/£13 Concessions.

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Local History Lectures and Walks with Alfred Jenkins MBE
Jun
19
7:30 PM19:30

Local History Lectures and Walks with Alfred Jenkins MBE

Alf-Jenkins-2_web.jpg

Walks and Talks - Alf Jenkins MBE is a Shropshire ‘Lad’, born on the Titterstone Clee Hills in the 1930s. His home was Dhu Stone Inn situated near and built for miners, railway and stone quarry workers. His father was an undertaker, wheelwright, smallholder and publican. The area was a remote, hive of industry with its own brand of farming and dialect. 

At the age of eleven Alf travelled the great distance of five miles each day to the foreign land of Ludlow and its Grammar School. Army life, teacher training and work in Birmingham followed before he returned to Ludlow to teach in the 1960s. Those interim years saw Clee Hill dialect diluted, two quarries close and the Dhu Stone incline became obsolete. There was a population influx and considerable commuting to work. Clee Hill life changed beyond all recognition, giving much urgency for Alf’s books and DVDs to be produced. What was written for local people has, due to detail of dialect, industrial history, crafts, stone quarrying, rural life, quarry railways and coalmining acquired not only national but international appeal.

Enjoy a little nostalgia from his lectures and tours at the Ludlow Fringe Festival about this unique area and encapsulate Alf’s infectious enthusiasm for the area. 

19 June 2018 - Lecture 1 – DVD Presentation “A stroll around the Clee Hills’. With discussion on the industrial and social history of Clee Hill. 

26 June 2018 - Lecture 2 – The Development of Clee Hill’s unique Dialect. A conversation by Ann and Alf Jenkins with a fun quiz to end. 

30 June & 2 July 2018 - Walking Tours of Clee Hill’s Industrial and Social History Sites – 10am meet in Victoria Car Park at Clee Hill village – on the A4117 for a leisurely stroll around the hill. Warm weatherproof clothing, packed lunch and strong shoes needed).

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Secret Gardens of Ludlow
Jun
17
12:00 PM12:00

Secret Gardens of Ludlow

This year the secrets of a diverse range of styles in 11 gardens in Brand Lane, Broad Street, Mill Street and Linney will be revealed. Sweeping lawns on a grand scale contrasted with stylish smaller gardens full of horticultural treasures or colourful herbaceous borders versus a woodland setting. Explore new gardens open for the first time along with some firm favourites.

Ploughmen’s lunches in Oscars from 12 till 2.30pm. Tea and homemade cakes from 12 till 5.00pm. Fizz in the Garden from 12 till 6.00pm

Herbs from Chelsea Gold winners The Cottage Herbery.

Plants from Mynd Hardy Plants plus bottles of white wines from their vineyard.

Ice creams, hand-made greetings cards and gardening books.

Accompanied children 12yrs and under go free. Wheelchair access unavailable. No dogs.

This is a fundraising event for Ludlow Assembly Rooms.

Sunday 17 June, 12noon – 6pm
Ticket / Map £7.50 available from Box Office from early May.

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Mar
24
7:30 PM19:30

Requiem Aeternam

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Ludlow Choral Society, with Chamber ensemble, performs well loved Requiems by Fauré and Rutter. 

Soloists:
Katie Alder, soprano,
Chris McKeon, baritone
Conducted by Patrick Larley in his farewell season with Ludlow Choral Society.

Tickets: £12 / Free for 18 and under

This event will be held in St Laurence's Church

 

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