The DUDLEY WINTER ALES FAYRE 2017
takes place from Thursday 23rd to Saturday 25th November at:
Dudley Town Hall
St James's Road
We are again organising Dudley Winter Ales Fayre with the generous support of Holden's Brewery: www.holdensbrewery.co.uk
There will be 70+ Traditional Real Ales, including many stronger ones, Real Ciders & Perrys, Bottled Foreign Beers and Fruit Wines. Hot and cold food will be available and a variety of entertainment. To cater for everyone our quiet session is on Thursday evening.
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Opening HoursThursday 23rd November 5.30pm - 11pm
CAMRA Members: £15 includes - £2 entrance, £2 refundable glass hire and beer tokens to the value of £11.
Non Camra Members: £15 includes - £4 entrance, £2 refundable glass hire and beer tokens to the value of £9.
Unused tokens can be cashed in on leaving or donated to the charity bucket.
So to some of the regulars who have probably never missed a festival or to someone who has never been to a festival before, come and join us at the end of November and enjoy some excellent ales, convivial company and entertainment at Dudley Winter Ales Fayre.
Please be aware Friday night is always very, very busy and the hall is often full by early evening, which could result in queues.
Please Note: This is a no smoking venue and this includes e-cigarettes in the hall
For Details: www.dudley.gov.uk
A quiet night
5pm - Jess Silk (Guitarist, singer and songwriter performing a husky, shouty brand of folk music.)
9pm - Liquid Brass (An 11-piece brass and percussion ensemble who put their own take on a range of musical styles from oompah to rock.)
1pm - Blue Bird Belles (A vintage vocal-harmony trio bringing you all the charm of 1940s music in a new old-fashioned way!)
4pm - Sedgley Morris Men (A traditional Cotswold Morris Side with a proud Black Country heritage.)
5pm - Dead Bandits (A four-piece band specialising in good, old-fashioned rock n’roll. Expect tunes from Chuck Berry, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, T-Bone Walker, ZZ Top and AC/DC.)