Location
Fleece Inn
The Cross
Bretforton
Nr Evesham
Worcester
WR11 7JE 

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  • Taste & Tour 2019

    A Flavour of the Fleece – Taste & Tour Evening
    Mon 8th Jul, Mon 30th Sept, Mon 11th Nov, 6pm, £20
    Join Nigel Smith, Landlord of the Fleece Inn, for a tour of our fascinating building and the artefacts, giving an insight into the pub’s long history and the people who lived here.
    The evening starts at 6pm, with complimentary tea & coffee.
    A 2-course meal is served at approx 6.45pm, in the pub, choose from our Fleecey Favourites menu.
     

  • Sword in the Stone

    The Sword in the Stone – Outdoor Theatre
    Thursday 15th Aug, 7pm
    Tickets £12 (Under 18s £10), £40 Family Ticket (2 adults, 2-3 children)
    “Whosoever pulls this sword from the stone is the rightful King of England”
    Wizards, Magic Swords, Knights in Shining Armour, and the Throne of England.
     
    There are fights to be fought, Knights to be knighted, and quests to be… quested. See for yourself exactly how Arthur became the most renowned King of England in this madcap, hilarious retelling of the legendary English story of The Sword in the Stone.
     
    Following their phenomenal response from last year’s The Three Musketeers, IKP are back with another unique, tongue-in-cheek adaptation of a classic story.
     
    Excellent fun for all ages – with slapstick, physical humour, fast-paced multi-rolling, and a smattering of playful innuendo for the grown-ups, IKP’s The Sword in the Stone is an unmissable Outdoor Theatre treat this Summer.
     
    Suitable for all ages, recommended for families with children aged 7+
    Show duration: 2 hours including a 20 minute interval

  • Duncan Chisholm

    Saturday 14th Sep, 8pm, £16
     
    Duncan Chisholm effortlessly evokes a background steeped in the rich highland music tradition through his rich, varied compositions. Having been described as ‘one of the most authentic interpreters of traditional highland music.’ his fiddle playing takes you on an emotional journey through the beautiful landscape which inspires him.
     
    Joining Duncan for this show will be Calum Stewart on Uilleann Pipes and Whistles, Megan Henderson (Breabach) on Piano and Fiddle and Innes Watson on Acoustic Guitar.
     

  • Live at the Fleece: Rory McLeod

    Live at the Fleece: Rory McLeod

    Sunday 29th Sep, 8pm, £12
     
    A one man soulband, poet and storyteller, singing his own unique upbeat dance stories.
     
    A modern travelling troubadour using tap shoes, a cappella, harmonica, guitar, trombone, spoons, finger cymbals, bandorea, djembe and various percussion instruments!
     
    Rory has travelled the globe from Asia to the middle East from Gambia to Cuba, Central America, Australia, North America, Canada, Europe and other nooks and crannies of the earth. “I’ve travelled to look for work, to mend a broken heart, to be with someone I longed for. I’d travel to visit friends and on the way I’d make new ones; I’d roam because I was curious to see what was around the next corner, sometimes I travelled to follow the warmer weather and migrate… like the birds and the big whales and fishes do”.
     
    Rory comes toting a swag of new songs, Launching his very new album “GUSTO!”.
     
    Rory is a musical Gypsy, his eccentric melodies are infused with influences from Flamenco to Country blues, through to Celtic, East European and Calypso rhythms creating a style of music and songwriting that has been described as “Intimate, revealing, political and powerful.” “When he sings his songs he will take you on a journey with him.” “Poetry and dance-stories with verve, sharpness, humour and warmth about people and for people.” “Great songs to dance to, infectious rhythms, flying harmonica!”
     
    “McLeod is one of the most energetic, most generous performers I’ve seen.” : Doug Spencer, ABC Radio.

  • Daoirí Farrell

    Fleecey Folk: Daoirí Farrell

    Tuesday 12th Nov, 8pm, £14 
    Dublin-born traditional singer and bouzouki player Daoirí (pronounced ‘Derry’) Farrell has been described by some of the biggest names in Irish folk music as one of most important singers to come out of Ireland in recent years.
     
    ‘Daoirí is one of the most important traditional singers to emerge in the last decade’  Dónal Lunny
     
    ‘I’ve been listening to Daoirí’s emerging sounds since first hearing him at the Góilin Singers Club in Dublin when he was a young lad….always a treat to hear him sing.’ Christy Moore
     
    ‘It doesn’t get much better than that. The real deal. What a voice.’ Mark Radcliffe, BBC Radio 2 Folk Show

  • Sing in the Spring 2020

    The dates for 2020 are 17-19 April. 

    Graeme Knights, Granny's Attic and Will Finn and Rosie Calvert (from The Teacups) are already booked.  
    A weekend of song in the Fleece orchard and barn.

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