Chart-toppers McFly took centre stage at a celebrity packed travel conference held in Shropshire.
Matt Cardle, the 2009 winner of X Factor, will stop off in Shropshire as part of his latest UK tour.
Two former X Factor hopefuls brought the house down with a concert appearance in Shrewsbury.
Telford’s Odeon Cinema was today bought by a property group as part of a huge £80.6 million deal.
Shropshire's biggest pantomime is set to attract more than 35,000 visitors this winter and smash box office records for the second year running, according to theatre bosses.
He stood on stage - wide-eyed with a manic stare and a fixed beaming smile – simulating some of the things he wanted to do to the blindfolded young blonde sat before him.
The weekend's Shrewsbury Fields Forever music festival has been hailed as a record-breaking success by organisers.
I was sitting in the living room of my parents’ house, having been summoned home for a “chat”.
Enormous, gaudy dresses and bling as far as the eye can see – it can only mean one thing: My Big Fat Gypsy…Christening.
Two promising new comedy series – one made on a high budget and the other to much tighter pursestrings – made their debuts last night on terrestrial TV, writes John Corser.
So then, just one more week to go before we find out the fate of Walter White, the former chemistry teacher turned drug kingpin turned fugitive in Breaking Bad (Netflix), writes Andrew Owen.
Shropshire’s Zoe Cooper has urged the county to get behind her tonight as she aims to book her place in the final of Britain’s Got Talent – after admitting she has been ‘overwhelmed’ by the support she has received.
Former Strictly Come Dancing judge Arlene Phillips was refused alcohol at a supermarket in Leominster, it emerged today.
Spooky going-ons have been filmed at a castle in Shropshire for a television programme presented by reality TV star Kerry Katona.
A nightspot in Oakengates is reopening tonight.
Hollyoaks actor Danny Mac – aka Dodger – will be making an appearance at a nightclub in Shropshire to celebrate its new-look.
So it’s coming up that part of the year that you love or hate and in fear of upsetting a few people I may sit on the fence on this one, writes Stuart Ojelay.
A TV star is looking forward to spending more than a month in panto on the Telford Del Sol – after switching from his regular home in Benidorm.
This is how one of Shropshire’s top entertainment venues could look when major renovation work is completed.
His days may be spent in court but by night he treads the boards – and next month solicitor Andrew Whittle will become Henry VIII for an ambitious new play by his own amateur theatre company.