What’s on in Salisbury


Spooky Salisbury Ghost Walks

The 4th of May – 27th of September 2021

It’s not surprising that Salisbury has many spine-chilling tales of ghosts and paranormal happenings, given its rich history. From the headless apparition of the Duke of Buckinghamshire to the Demented Whist Player’s mummified hand, there are plenty of nerve-wracking tales to hear if you are brave enough!

The Spooky Salisbury Ghost Walks take place from 4th May to the 27th September but make a reappearance for the week around Halloween on the 31st October. If you want to book tickets and find out what goes bump in the night in Salisbury, email the Tourist Information office here.

Spire FM’s Fireworks Display

The 6th of November 2021

Bonfire Night is an exciting event for all the family. The biggest and best of Salisbury’s firework displays takes place at the Cattle Market, Netherhampton Road. There is always a large crowd and plenty of booms, pops and fizzes! Music is provided by Spire FM and there is normally a huge bonfire after the fireworks.

This year, the display will likely be on Saturday 6th November, but this is yet to be confirmed. Keep an eye out on the Visit Wiltshire website for any updates.


Pantomime at the Salisbury Playhouse

The 27th of November – 9th of January

Always a popular show, with rave reviews, the annual Salisbury pantomime is held at the Salisbury Playhouse. This year it’s Cinderella! “Oh no, it isn’t! Oh yes, it is!” Running from the 27th November to 9th January, this fabulously funny panto is always fun for all the family, young and old.

To book tickets and find out about other events, contact the Salisbury Playhouse here.