Want to attract different people to your pub?
Why not offer something different with a live performance from INN CROWD?
Want to take your work to new audiences and help establish a new strand of touring venues?
Want a chance to see professional, high quality performance in a familiar setting without having to travel too far?
INN CROWD supports rural pubs throughout the South East and East of England to host spoken word inspired events. By providing high quality, professional entertainment to rural areas we support pub landlords to attract new customers and reinforce the pub as central to community life.
“It was fantastic. It was lovely to have something different to attract people to the pub.”
Are you a pub landlord?
We have performances available from just £100 for your first event. Check out the Pubs Page for more information, or for an informal chat about how INN CROWD could work in your pub, contact Applause: email@example.com or call on 01892 457635 – we would love to hear from you!
Are you a performer?
If you are interested in working with us and think your work could suit INN CROWD, check out the Performers Page for more information on how to get in touch.
Are you a keen pub-goer?
If you would like to attend an INN CROWD event, take a look at our What’s On Page to see if a show is going to be near you.
“These performances are exactly what’s needed in the countryside.”
HOW WE DO IT
- We search for the best spoken word inspired performances and offer a choice of these shows to pub landlords. We help them determine which event will suit them, their venue and their audience. We offer expert support and advice throughout the whole process, from the initial booking through to the final performance.
- We also provide a platform for artists to tour their work and gain invaluable insight into rural communities. We can support some companies with rehearsal space and funding in order to make their work accessible and suitable for pub audiences.
We work across Kent, Sussex, Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire, helping pubs to reinvent what they can offer to their communities.
To find out more about rural touring in England, visit the National Rural Touring Forum.