Shrewsbury Unitarian Church

Shrewsbury Unitarian Church is a Grade II listed building situated on the High Street in Shrewsbury, England. The meeting house was founded in its present site in 1662 by the Revd Francis Tallents and the Revd John Bryan, two dissenters ejected from St Mary’s Church, Shrewsbury and St Chad’s Church, Shrewsbury respectively. It was destroyed by a mob of Jacobite supporters in 1715 but rebuilt the same year.

What to expect?

A wide range of interactive performances in a historic church.

MUSIC
Various

LOCATION
High Street

TYPE
Church

FOOD
Nearby

DRINK
Nearby

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RESTRICTIONS
All Ages

DOG FRIENDLY
Yes, not for LOOPFEST

Location

Shrewsbury Unitarian Church

37-38 High St, Shrewsbury SY1 1LR