Events at the Brewery:


 Fabulous Bordellos Band Night


10th November




The Fabulous Bordellos will be appearing live at Ludlow Brewery on Saturday 10th November. They will be performing a mixture of mod classics with many new songs added to the set from artists such as the Who, Kinks, Jam, Small Faces, Secret Affair and much more, all played with characteristic flair and power! In support to complete the line up will be Ludlow's own legendary SkifflePunkers, Pigdaze, plus another support act to be announced. It all kicks off at 8pm and all for the tiny sum of £8.50, tickets available from the Brewery as from 15th September, don't miss out get yours now!


SSBC- Tom Walker


17th November




From a young age his virtuoso performances stunned audiences with his guitar playing quickly earning him respect and admiration from musicians more than 4 times his age.Tom has toured with some of the most influential acts of the past 60 years, including The Moody Blues John Lodge, Paul Jones (Manfred Man, The Blues Band, BBC Radio 2) and The Move. As well as American blues artists including Eric Gales and Devon Alman.

Tom C Walker is on the road with his new 4-piece band.






The Ad Hoc Theatre Company presents: The Confessions of Jon-Jak Crusoe &

The Unkindest Cut (Friends, Romans, Marlon Brando)

Two one-man plays by Gareth Owen


Wednesday November 21st, Thursday November 22nd

7.30pm, Tickets £12.00.


The Confessions of Jon-Jak Crusoe

Performed by Gareth Owen


The hilarious struggles of a would-be genius to pen a world-shattering autobiography inspired by the Confessions of his muse, Jean Jacques Rousseau, ‘the frog scribbler’. A strange, threatening presence disquiets him even further, until Crusoe fears for his very life. Played by the author, prize-winning poet and novelist Gareth Owen, long-time presenter of the BBC’s Poetry Please.


“A brilliantly written tragic-comic monologue.’ Birmingham Post.

“A torrent of jovial mockery.” J.W Lambert, Sunday Times.

“Gripping and brilliant.” Sy Syna, News of New York.


The Unkindest Cut (Friends, Romans, Marlon Brando)

Performed by Peter Hayter


A new comedy written specially for Peter Hayter, seen as Graham Whittaker in Alan Bennett’s A Chip In The Sugar and, at Ludlow Brewery, as Sir John Falstaff in Two Score Theatre Company’s ‘The Merry Wives of Windsor’ at the Ludlow Fringe Festival. The tribulations of an actor who, inspired by his muse, Marlon Brando, dreams of one day playing Marc Antony in Julius Caesar

but is condemned to a series of walk-ons. His frustration induces him eventually to take public and bloody revenge.


“Un unexpected gem”, 3D Phil Brown.


Tickets on the door, or, to book, ring 01584 873291

For general enquiries contact: Peter Hayter 07889 180693


Winter Tales


23rd Novemeber



Winter Tales

Ludlow Fringe Presents, Regional Voice Theatre Company.

The Willow Tree, The Sentinel, The Turn of the Shrew - A Trilogy of Supernatural Stories.

Written and adapted by David Calcutt and Alan Buglass.

Told by Alan Buglass and Kate Walton.















Brewery Bop #25 (The Finale)


1st December




The last Joel's Wish Brewery Bop. Hot Climate supported by Jem & Dave, Others. and PigDaze.






Events we attend: 



Ludlow Medieval Christmas fayre


November 24th & 25th 2018


Over 100 stalls selling seasonal wares. Entertainment throughout the castle. Medieval fun for knights and damsels of all ages.


For more information and tickets please visit the website.



Ludlow Spring Festival


May 11th & 12th 2019


Like a Beer Festival but Better. Take 200 Real Ales, combine 60 passionate, local food and drink producers, mix in toe tapping live music, over 180 spectacular classic cars what do you get... The Ludlow Spring Festival of course!


For tickets and more information please visit their website


Ludlow 21 Green Festival




Eco-friendly stalls, food, music and activities for all the family. Ludlow Green Festival is an annual attraction for both local people and visitors, celebrating all things ‘green’ with the Green Fair on Sunday offering inspiring demonstrations, illuminating information, tasty morsels, made with love items, music and plenty of fun activities over the Public Holiday to enjoy.






The Magnalonga is a food and drink walk of about eight miles. It starts and finishes in Ludlow: a journey where you combine a walk through unspoilt countryside with some of the best food and drink from the Marches.


Booking essential.


Ludlow Food Festival




Inside Ludlow Castle with more than 180 local food and drink producers and suppliers: real food, ale, cider, perry, wine and more from the Marches, with samples and tastings.

Brewery opening hours for Food Festival Weekend: Friday 10am-8pm, Saturday 10am-10pm & 10am-5pm.


For more information and tickets please visit the website.