Salisbury has a wealth of independent and national retailers, for you to browse and enjoy. There is a popular market on Tuesdays and Saturdays and artisan and international markets during other times of the year, including a Christmas Market.
Eating or drinking out is easy with an offering of international cuisine from our restaurants, bars and cafes, from Mexican to English Fayre. You can enjoy eating al fresco both in our Market Square and across the city.
Back by popular demand with music and jazz from the Twenties & Thirties.
19, Jan 2017
The renowned gardening writer and TV presenter talks about his life, filming work and travels…
20, Jan 2017
Lucy Parham (piano), and Henry Goodman (Narrator) chronicle the life of composer and pianist Rachmaninoff.
21, Jan 2017
The original buoy band, the Fisherman’s Friends are back with a vengeance, getting ready to…
27, Jan 2017
A cloth puppet fights prejudice every day. Fred just wants to be part of the…
02, Feb 2017
Rachel and Scott have big plans – new jobs, a new home and a lavish…
02, Feb 2017
Communicating Doors by Alan Ayckbourn
06, Feb 2017
Essentially Wille and the Bandits is a classic blues rock three piece much in the…
10, Feb 2017
Building your own home is not as easy as it looks, the three little pigs…
13, Feb 2017
Writing for Musicals Workshop, ages 16-25
14, Feb 2017
Arundells, is an exquisite Grade II listed house set in…Read More
Situated in the beautiful countryside of Wiltshire, the Milford Hall…Read More
Old Sarum, which lies around three miles north of Salisbury…Read More
The Guildhall offers a truly magnificent setting right in the…Read More
Modern and classic regional dishes from around India presented in…Read More
Fisherton Mill is the south of England’s largest independent gallery…Read More
The peaceful Salisbury Cathedral Close has many magnificent sights and…Read More
Cholderton Rare Breeds Farm Park is set in 42 acres…Read More
Rising prominently above the city of Salisbury is the spire…Read More