COMING SOON (See SHOW LIST page for more info)

Sally Barker

Tuesday 16th September
Doors open at 6.30pm, show starts at 7.30pm


Sally Barker

Singer-songwriter Sally Barker, fresh from her flawless performances on prime time TV (including a duet with her mentor Sir Tom Jones) in concert.

The Poozies lead singer Sally, who has supported Bob Dylan and Robert Plant, presents songs from her repertoire including her album 'Another Train' and YouTube favourites 'Dear Darlin' and 'Walk on By'. 

"I have to say you sound amazing" (
"Sally changes the atmosphere in a room when she sings" (BBC Radio 2's Chris Evans).
"You sang so beautiful that it got to me" (Sir Tom Jones).


Tickets £15


Saturday 20th September
Doors open at 6.30pm, show starts at 7.30pm



The WestEnders present their new show ‘The World’s Most Popular Musicals’
From the company that brought you’ The Best Musicals Ever!’’ 

The WestEnders’ are delighted to be returning to the Brewhouse theatre.

Come and enjoy a night in the West End at your local theatre. The company are all past members from the London production of Les Miserables and between them have over 35 top West End shows to their credits.

Over the last decade they have established themselves as one of the country’s leading Musical Theatre groups. This is their 5th UK tour as one of the most popular Musical tribute shows.

Hear all of your favourites from iconic shows …Phantom of the Opera, Mama Mia, Lion King, Miss Saigon and of course the world’s most popular musical….Les Miserables.

Hear the passion, Hear the music, Hear the people sing.

 Tickets £16

Cwmbach Male Choir
A benefit for The Brewhouse

Sept 27th 7.30pm



The multi-award winning and internationally acclaimed Cwmbach Male Choir are renowned for their superb close harmony singing.

The 60 strong choir, from Aberdare in South Wales, have a reputation for uplifting hymns and songs, having won numerous competitions over the years.

From the valleys, they've been all over the world, from Europe to America and South Africa, and have shared the stage with the likes of Tom Jones and Shirley Bassey.


TICKETS £15 / £12 Concessions


Lisa Knapp

Wednesday 1st October 2014
Doors open at 7pm, show starts at 8pm


Lisa Knapp


Winner of Best Original Song with ‘Two Ravens’
BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2014.

Nominated for Folk Singer of the Year, Best Album ‘Hidden Seam’.

The buzz continues to grow around Hidden Seam CD – Lisa Knapp’s critically acclaimed new album released in September 2013. With rave reviews, a cover feature in fRoots magazine and airplay on 6 Music, BBC Radio 3 as well as a Mark Radcliffe Folk Show live session, the long-awaited 2nd album see Lisa firmly re-established as one of the most creative and distinctive artists around.

Lisa emerged in 2007 with a remarkable debut Wild And Undaunted, with a radiant style of traditional folk and self-penned song, with fiddle, hammer dulcimer, strings and sonic delights from the technological age. Lisa was born and grew up in South London. Her musical development led her through drum and bass, teenage raves, acid house and an electric guitar bought to learn Jimi Hendrix songs. In her teens, she also came across folk music when she heard a friend’s parents record collection. She then found for herself the extraordinary voices and the vivid stories of Annie Briggs, Shirley Collins, Martin Carthy and Pentangle and she was hooked! In the intervening years, Lisa has established and evolved her own distinctive voice – absorbing a whole a range of influences and inspirations – and crafting a sound, and songwriting skill, at once beautiful, dramatic and adventurous.

“Songs that twist, turn and constantly surprise” **** 4 Stars The Guardian

“A masterful creation” ***** 5 Stars The Observer

‘Lisa Knapp pushes the boat out into new and uncharted waters.
Long may she sail’. **** 4 Stars Songlines

‘A truly compelling voice’ fRoots

‘A masterpiece’ Folk Radio UK

Lee Hurst : Things that make you go aarrgh!!

Friday 30th January 2015
Doors open at 7.00pm, show starts at 8.00pm



 lee hurst

 In this stand up show, comedian Lee Hurst is back on the road to ask audiences what winds them up? 

Mostly people get on with living their lives, but everyone has at least one thing that gets on their nerves and makes their blood boil. What's yours?

Lee, like all Brits, loves a right good moan, but he also likes to come up with solutions too. 

Lee is undoubtedly one of the UK’s funniest stand-up comedians; see him while you can. 

“Unfailingly funny” TIME OUT

In association with Genius PR and Events Ltd

Tickets £16

Age Guidance: Suitable for 16+ years

  • Sally Barker: 16th Sept 2014
  • WestEnders - The World's Most Popular Musicals: 20th Sept 2014
  • Cwmbach Male Choir: 27th Sept 2014
  • Lisa Knapp: 1st Oct 2014
  • Lee Hurst: 30th Jan 2015

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