Date/TimeWed, 28 November 2018
History, philosophy, musings, poems, and tales of booze, horse brasses and Morris dancers.
Join Andrew James Brown for a warm lager or two. Taking Orwell’s 1946 essay as a starting point, this show travels through pubs great and small, through country inns and city gin-palaces, across parquet and sticky carpet alike.
A must for anyone who likes pubs!
Pre-show meal will be available from 6pm, and dessert will be served after the show which begins at 8pm. The cost of a ticket is redeemable against food from the evening menu.