INN CROWD is offering rural pubs throughout the South East and East of England high quality live performance events for locals and new customers to enjoy. Shows are subsidised by the scheme and start at £100.

Do you:

Want to bring in new customers?
Want to raise the profile of your pub as a community space?

INN CROWD has been specially devised by Applause , Creative Arts East and National Centre for Writing, working with Pub Is The Hub, to help Pubs broaden their services, and to get the community together in their local pub.

Are you interested?

If you are a landlord, publican or community organiser in a rural setting and would like to host INN CROWD performances in your pub, please contact us.

Based in Kent, East Sussex or West Sussex? Get in touch with Applause:

Based in Norfolk, Cambridgeshire or Suffolk? Get in touch with Creative Arts East:

Have a look at the performances we are currently touring here: Available Performances

What publicans have been saying…

“It was fantastic. It was lovely to have something different to attract people to the pub. Thank you very much”
The Oak, Dewlish, Dorset

“We are still getting rave reviews about last Wednesday. I think it went better than I ever expected and, because I was working, I don’t think I really appreciated how good it was. So we owe you a big thank and want to know if you have anything else we could put on?”
The Old Vine Inn, Cousley Wood, East Sussex

“These performances are exactly what’s needed in the countryside. Bringing performances such as these into village pubs so that people can have a drink, possibly a meal, and then walk home. It also helps to make the pub more profitable”
King’s Head, Diss, Norfolk

Pub customers have been thoroughly entertained too…

“Brilliant, refreshing, hugely enjoyable. We want more of this! Enriching the community spirit of the pub”

“Great to have theatre ‘out in the sticks’. Superb performance, very funny and accessible. Let’s have more, thank you.”

“What a great evening! Loved it.”

“Bring entertainment to the pub; that’s what pubs are for. Bring the villages together. Fantastic!”