MIKRON Theatre Company’s show “Beer Street” tells the story of pubs and beer, and the part that they have always played in society.
“Beer Street” will be performed at the Stubbing Wharf in Hebden Bridge on Sunday, October 9, at 7.30pm. The venue serves traditional ales and craft ciders to help the evening go with a swing, said a Mikron spokesman.
No tickets are needed as a pay-what-you-will collection will be taken after the show.
Entertainment is what “Beer Street” is all about - as well as outlining the history of brewing from 13th century monks, to modern day micro-brewing, the audience meet the regulars, said the spokesman.