Fun, music and food at the Old Brewery Store

Posted: 18 October 2011

Blog category: News

Shepherd Neame’s new events venue, The Old Brewery Store, has a packed programme of entertainment throughout November and December.

The venue, which can accommodate more than 400 people and is based at the brewery in Faversham, hosts soul band Loose Change on Friday, November 11 from 7pm. Early booking is recommended for the popular Kent group, who boast a repertoire of more than 150 songs and stage an impressive sound and light show. Tickets £8.

The next day – Saturday, November 12 at 7pm – two Kent bands perform at the venue, Blighty and Jailbird. Blighty is a five-piece band from the Isle of Sheppey, renowned for playing Great British songs by Great British bands, while six-piece Jailbird is truly local, based in Faversham, and with a growing fan-base and reputation. Tickets £6.

A beer and local food festival is being staged on Saturday, November 26 from 10.30am to 4.30pm. Visitors will have the chance to sample an array of Shepherd Neame ales and lagers – including some specially-brewed beers – and to try a wide selection of Kentish food.
It’s a 60s and 70s Night at The Old Brewery Store on Friday, December 2, with The Vintage Corporation supplying an infectious dance play-list guaranteed to take visitors back to some truly funky times. Tickets £8.

One of Kent’s best-loved covers bands, The Crossfire, will provide Christmas Rock at the Brewery when they bring their blues-rock-funk mix to the store on Saturday, December 3. They will be supported by Under The Wood. Tickets £8.

For further information visit The Old Brewery Store’s Facebook page.