(Old Post Office, Shrewsbury, Jul 21)

Tony Law comes to the Shrewsbury Comedy Festival with his show 'The Rememberer'.

A mix of award winning funny out loud talking and internal truths. Tony shares some memories and is inspiring to you.

From 1970’s trampolining and new shouty comedy b******s combine to make him the best in history. You love him. Go to him.

Tony's show is between 7.45 and 8.45pm and tickets cost £6 and the show is for 15 years and above.

n Head to for tickets and to for more details on the festival.

Or call 01743 281 281 for more.


(New Vic Theatre, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Jul 18-27)

Written and directed by Ellie Taylor

A playful circus adventure for young children and their families

The circus show is about to begin, but one of the performers has lost her head for heights. Filled with courage and determination, she’s setting off to find it.

Asking everyone she meets along the way if they’ve seen what she’s looking for, can they help her find what she’s lost? Can you help her?

Step into the magical world of circus as three storytelling actors lead young audience members and their not-so-grown-ups on an exciting 45-minute adventure into a beautiful world filled with fantastical characters.

Full of wonder and excitement, this interactive theatre experience follows on from our much-loved annual Tale Trail performances, created especially for audiences aged 3-5, and offers a brilliant introduction to the joy of theatre – and circus!

n Tickets are available for £7.50. School prices are available, call the office on 01782 717962 for more details.


(Theatr Clywd, Mold, Jul 22)

Following sell-out tours and wowing the nation with their extraordinary harmonies on Britain’s Got Talent, sensational Welsh singing brothers Richard and Adam are back.

On their return to Theatr Clwyd escape into your favourite classic songs with memorable numbers such as The Impossible Dream, Nessun Dorma and Unchained Melody, performed by the duo with flawless technique and robust clarity.

n Tickets cost £25 and the show starts at £25 in the Anthony Hopkins Theatre, Call 01352 701521 or mail

There are also VIP tickets.