Ludlow Arts: Word

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About us

Ludlow Arts Word is a consortium of organizations in Ludlow and surrounding area that promote lectures and other spoken word events. Events take place in a variety of venues. Access and other details of some of them appear on this website.

Arcadia Music

The Arts Society Teme Valley

The Arts Society Teme Valley as an affiliate of The Arts Society aims to give its members and the public opportunities to learn more about decorative and fine arts. We promote interest in these subjects by arranging lectures and study days more...

Castle Bookshop

Castle Bookshop

Castle Bookshop has a regular programme of talks by authors with local and wider connections. In summer these are held in the recently created a garden behind the shop. At other times events are held in other venues. more...

Corvedale Festival

Corvedale Festival

The inaugural Corvedale Festival, from 16 to 24 September 2022, will be bringing quality music, spoken word and art to the Corvedale. more...

The Buttercross Ludlow

Friends of Ludlow Museum

The Friends of Ludlow Museum support the museum in the historic Buttercross. Access is either by the narrow staircase off the pedestrianised Church Street or by the lift more...

Ludlow Castle

Ludlow Civic Society

The Ludlow Civic Society works to maintain the historic integrity and future vitality of Ludlow. more...

Ludlow Castle by Samuel Scott

Ludlow Lectures

The Ludlow Lectures were founded by the local historian, the late David Lloyd, as a way of engaging a wide Ludlow audience in the history and landscape of Ludlow and the Marches. more...

Palmers window in Church of St Laurence

Ludlow Palmers

Members of the medieval Ludlow Palmers Guild paid an annual membership fee (equivalent to £220 in today's money) to help members ‘reduced to poverty by theft, fire, shipwreck or other mishap or wrongfully imprisoned anywhere in England, to provide assistance during temporary sickness or incurable disease or as a dowry for sisters of the Guild on their marriage or entry into religion’. more...