Thursday, 12 November 2015
Rob’s YouTube video: Not sure who the ugly bugger is – the one who nicks a pint at the end.
Thursday 12th November:
8.40pm: Plough, Ashton on Mersey (Hydes)
9.10pm: Volunteer, Sale (Holts)
9.40pm: Prairie Schooner, Urmston (Brewery Tap)
10:15pm: Steamhouse, Urmston (Freehouse)
10.45pm: Church Inn, Flixton (Various cask ales)
Friday 13th Nov
7.45pm: Greyhound, Ashley (JW Lees)
8.30pm: Railway, Hale (Robinsons)
9.00pm: Old Market Tavern, Altrincham (Freehouse: ELEVEN handpumps!)
9.30pm: Malt Shovels, Altrincham (Sam Smith)
10.10pm: Costello’s, Goose Green, Altrincham (Brewery Tap, Dunham Brewery)
10.40pm: Quarry Bank, Timperley (Hydes)
The BIG day is Saturday:
2.30pm: St Werburgh's Autumn Fair, Warburton (Tea….hmmm)
6.15pm: Black Swan, Hollin Green, WA3 6LA (Various cask)
6.45pm: Rope & Anchor, Dunham, WA14 5RP (Various cask)
7.15pm: Axe & Cleaver, Dunham, WA14 4SE (Various cask)
7.45pm: Swan with 2 Nicks, Little Bollington, WA14 4TJ (Various cask)
8.15pm: Spread Eagle, Lymm, WA13 0AG (JW Lees)
8.45pm: Green Dragon, Lymm, WA13 9SB (Various cask)
9.30pm: Saracen's Head, Warburton, WA13 9TH (Dunham Brewery)
The Saracen's Head performance is the last of the season and is one huge party.
Lymm Folk Club are running a singers night in conjunction with The Play and there'll be music, singing & dancing afterwards.
Come and have a look-see if you’re at a loose end, it’s going to be fun!
Monday, 2 November 2015
The Warburton (Cheshire) Souling Play season starts this evening, Monday 2nd November
The Plan (Ho-ho!):
8pm Saracen's Head (Dunham Brewery), Warburton
8.45pm The Vine (Sam Smith's), Dunham
9.15pm The Black Swan (Free House?), Hollins Green
10pm The Wheatsheaf (Hydes) Agden
If you're doing nowt and fancy having your pint nicked by Beelzebub then you know where to be!
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