Andrew James Brown loves pubs and this is a show about these very fine establishments.
Join Andrew for tales of horse brasses, Morris dancers and boozy behaviour all mixed into a heady cocktail of George Orwell’s musings on history, philosophy and the odd poem.
Andrew’s obsession began with Orwell’s 1946 essay ‘The Moon Under Water’, in which he provided a detailed description of his ideal public house. Now, we invite you to enjoy a drink or two as Andrew takes you on a journey through pubs great and small, through country inns and city gin-palaces, across parquet and sticky carpet tiles in his quest to find the perfect pub.
This show is brought to you in partnership with Inn Crowd
Suitability: Suitable for ages 10+