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Whether you want to raise the roof in a bar or raise a glass before a live show, there is entertainment to suit all tastes. Daytime entertainment includes boat trips and art activities. Night time includes live comedy and classic films.

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Shrewsbury’s latest addition to the late night entertainment! Fever & Boutique is the brand new twin room venue with fantastic booths to reserve. Fever & Boutique serves a great variety of refreshing cocktails, with lots of special deals, as well as the usual range of spirits and ice cold beers. They also offer an array of drinks packages for parties, which can be booked in advance. DJs play music to every taste, creating the perfect atmosphere for everyone to have a fantastic night.

Please see website for more details.

Situated alongside the River Severn, the Salopian Bar is a unique establishment, offering a great selection of real ales, Belgian beers and ciders, served in a relaxed, contemporary atmosphere. There are eight ales permanently on sale, and the pub holds two real ale festivals each year. There are also three Belgian Beers on draught and a good choice of bottled American and Belgian Beers. The Salopian has won accolades from CAMRA, as well as being named Shrewsbury & West Shropshire Pub of the Year on several occasions.

Please see website for opening hours and more information.

Sabrina is a triple deck passenger boat. She holds 60 passengers in comfort whilst gently sailing around the beautiful and picturesque River Severn loop in Shrewsbury, Shropshire. Everyday 6 Scheduled trips run from 11am through to 4pm on the hour. Fully licenced, well-stocked bar with table service. Live, entertaining commentary about the medieval town of Shrewsbury. Wheelchair access, dogs allowed, groups encouraged.

The Hive is an arts and entertainment venue, as well as a charity working with vulnerable and disadvantaged young people, offering a varied programme of events, from cinema to live theatre, language classes to toddler groups, life drawing sessions to holiday workshops, open mics through to wrestling, plus world-class jazz and folk concerts and much more!

The Coach and Horses is a Victorian style pub set in a quiet side street, which provides a peaceful haven for many. It features a wood-panelled bar, small side snug area and a large lounge where meals are served. There is always a good choice of local real ale, including Shropshire Lad and Oracle. The Coach & Horses has consistently received praise in CAMRA'S Good Beer Guide. Addlestones cloudy cider is also available. The restaurant offers dishes including slow cooked belly pork, pan fried seabass and Shropshire sirloin steak.

Open from 8am until late every day with food available from 8am until 11pm. DJ every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Children welcome until 8pm when dining. Outdoor seating areas, free wi-fi, extensive menu and great selection of real ale.

Situated in the shadow of St Marys Church, the Yorkshire House is a friendly and traditional pub offering a great selection of real ales. The Grade II listed building has low ceilings and old-fashioned wood panelling, as well as some fascinating artefacts. There is regular live music, and a jukebox with a fantastic choice of rock and metal songs. For those in the mood to rock, the Yorkshire House is an ideal place for a lively night out!

Built in 1596, Shrewsbury's iconic Old Market Hall was lovingly restored and re-opened as a contemporary cinema and cafe bar in 2004. The intimate 81-seat cinema screens a diverse programme of independent film, classics, world cinema, documentaries, and popular releases.

The accompanying Cafe Bar is hugely popular as a place to meet friends and relax in historic surroundings, serving an array of teas, coffees, cold drinks, cake and alcoholic beverages.

There is no place like... OMH.

Just one of the cinemas, venues and theatres in Shrewsbury, Theatre Severn is, according to comedian Jason Manford, "easily one of the top 5 theatres in the country". The impressive Theatre Severn rises high above the river so you can take in the views of the town over a pre-performance glass of wine or G and T.

The Loggerheads is a traditional beer house, selling good food and real ale. Situated on the corner of St Mary's Street and Church Street, the building is thought to date back to 1665, and it has been recorded as a public house since 1780. The Loggerheads name is a reference to the three leopard's faces' depicted on the Shrewsbury coat of arms. The pub offers traditional games including darts, dominoes and the now less common shove ha'penny. The pub also hosts regular music nights.

Please see website for food menu and opening hours.

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