Albert’s Interactive Quiz
Dare you take on Albert’s Interactive Quiz to win monsterous prizes! Only £2 each player and now starts at the new time of 8:30pm.
Albert Loves Jam Night
It’s hard to describe Shropshire’s most popular jam night. But we’ll try to set the scene.
Each week we invite a local musician to host Jam Night. It usually begins around 9pm with some acoustic singer-songwriter folk setting the scene. That said, anyone is welcome to jump up and join in. It doesn’t matter what or how well you play, it’s about taking part, that’s when the magic happens.
Free drink for every performer, backline provided.
The Capital (from 9pm)
The last time The Capital hit Albert’s Shed he was blown away. What they play is a mix of hard-hitting rock, punk and anthemic indie that screams someone sign these guys and tour them around the world. They really are quite special.
Raves from the Graves (from 11.30pm)
Join resident Colin Hancock for a mischevious night of dancefloor fillers from indie classics to bloodcurdling beats.
Bandaoke Karaoke Halloween Special (from 9pm) followed by regular Karaoke (until close)
Thursday 31st Oct 2019 sees a blood-curdling tale of four former musicians, once known as Albert’s Bandaoke Karaoke band, arise from the grave one final time at Albert’s Shed Shrewsbury.
Dare if you will take the stage and belt out some Ray Parker Jr dressed in your best Egon Spengler. Or raise some Sympathy for the Devil, but (Don’t Fear) The Reaper because this is a Dead Man’s Party.
Bandaoke finishes at the stroke of midnight where our resident Karaoke DJ Pat Starr will mop up the blood-stained remains of our fallen friends.
Billy Salisbury aka The Undercover Hippy has been performing at festivals since 2008, working his way up from being a solo singer-songwriter playing in small marquee stages, to now having a full band of incredible musicians and playing main-stages at some of the UK’s best independent festivals. The band have been regulars at Glastonbury, Secret Garden Party, Sunrise Celebration, Boomtown, Electric Picnic in Ireland, Eden Festival in Scotland, plus many more around the UK and Europe.
The music is best described as politically driven acoustic roots reggae folk-hop, with feel-good vibes and a sly sense of humour. The live show is high energy, interactive, and always leaves the crowd begging for more. Devoted fans travel the length of the UK for shows, audibly singing along with every chorus.