Event

Nicholas Collett Productions: Your Bard - 17 February

17 February 2017
The Woolpack Inn, East Sussex
8 - 9pm
Free. Dinner bookings available, call 01323 833270

There’s a rumour going around that Edward De Vere wrote Shakespeare’s plays – Will doesn’t like that so he’s come to defend his reputation. Come and meet the man himself and take the lid off a legend in your local. He’ll tell you all about his family, what it’s like on tour and the glory days at the Globe.  Queen Elizabeth I, Christopher Marlowe and Ned Alleyn – you’ll meet them too.  Intermingled with a few of his greatest hits – and maybe a sonnet or a song. There’s no fourth wall here – we’re all in this together!

Ladies and gentlemen raise your glasses – Your Bard!

It is advised to book your table now for dinner on the night. Last food orders at 9:30pm. All other seating will be unreserved.

Suitable for 11+

For further information see the Creative Arts East website. To contact the venue, please call 01323 833270.

Special Menu:

AS YOU LIKE IT: 10oz Sirloin Steak served with mushrooms, grilled tomatoes and chunky chips with peppercorn sauce or blue cheese sauce.
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM BURGER: topped with spicy haggis and served in a sesame seed bun with chunky chips and salad.
ALL’S WELL THAT ENDS WELL: Apple and almond Tansie with ice cream.

Inn Crowd

Inn Crowd supports rural pubs throughout the South East and East of England to host high quality spoken word inspired events. It is intended to help reinforce pubs as central to rural community life by bringing exceptional cultural experiences to new audiences.

Inn Crowd offers landlords a new way to attract customers and creates a unique performing environment for some of the UK’s most talented artists and performers.

Inn Crowd is a partnership project from Applause and Creative Arts East with expert support from Writers’ Centre Norwich, New Writing South and Pub is the Hub and funding from Arts Council England.

Applause and Creative Arts East are rural touring schemes, to find out more about rural touring in England, visit the National Rural Touring Forum.