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An Evening with Dracula

Wednesday 31st October.'Bleeding Hearts and Dry Bones' - An Evening with Dracula Join us this All Hallows' Eve as we immerse ourselves in the twilight world of the vampire. Costumed guests welcome! 7pm Talk by Philip Healy, emeritus Fellow, Kellogg College, Oxford - Bram Stoker's Dracula: A Host of Reservations. 8pm-8.30pm - A 'bite' to eat and a chance to quench your thirst at Stop Café's vampire themed buffet. 8.30pm-10.30pm - Film screening - Let the Right One In (2008) R 1hr 55 mins £17 per ticket (minimum age 15+) Doors open 6.30pm Ticket price incudes : Talk, Film, Welcome Drink and Buffet. Bar open until 10pm Film Description: Let the Right One In (2008) R 1 hr 55 mins In this multi-award winning film, Oskar, a bullied 12-year old, dreams of revenge. He falls in love with Eli, a peculiar girl. She can't stand the sun or food and to come into a room she needs to be invited. Eli gives Oskar the strength to hit back but when he realizes that Eli needs to drink other people's blood to live he's faced with a choice. How much can love forgive? Set in Stockholm suburb of Blackeberg 1982. Subtitles Director: Tomas Alfredson Stars: Kare Hedebrant, Lina Leandersson, Per Ragnar

From: 31st October 2018

To: 31st October 2018

Saturday Late Nights at The Market Hall, Shrewsbury

Eat Drink Shop! Selection of retail stalls open until 7pm. Thai, Tapas, Seafood, Street Food, Chinese Dumplings, Steak, Vegan Dishes, Cakes, Gin Parlour, Craft Beers, Pop Up Wine Bar.

From: 3rd November 2018

To: 3rd November 2018

Shrewsbury Bookfest Remembers

On 4th November, one hundred years to the day that Wilfred Owen was killed, Shrewsbury Bookfest in collaboration with St. Chad’s Music Festival will present a very special concert at Theatre Severn in celebration of the life and work of Wilfred Owen. In the first half of the concert the Bookfest Remembers Choir, made up of schools and choirs across Shropshire, will perform works by local composer Caz Besterman with texts by Wilfred Owen and the other war poets. The Band & Bugles of the Shropshire Army Cadet Force will also be performing. In the second half of the concert the Consortium of Shropshire Choirs will perform a newly commissioned work – Move Him into the Sun – by the renowned choral composer/conductor Bob Chilcott. The orchestra will be led by John Moore with tenor Dafydd Wyn Jones. There will be readings of Owen’s letters to his mother.

From: 4th November 2018

To: 4th November 2018