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What's On at the Fleece Inn


Coughton Court Cheese & Pickle Festival

Sat 20 - Sun 21 September, National Trust Coughton Court.

The ever-popular Cheese and Pickle Festival is an annual celebration of local produce with food stalls, tasters, demonstrations, country crafts and live music. The Fleece will have a real ale & cider bar in the grounds both days - Come along and enjoy!


Blues in the Barn: Mark Harrison

Sunday 28th Sept, 8pm. Tickets £9 - Book Now

Mark is a thrilling, rhythmic, finger-picker and slide player, with a very distinctive style.  His band consists of some of the UK’s top roots musicians, and with them he is about to release his third album, The World Outside.

Mark Harrison is fast gaining a reputation for making a unique kind of all-original music, based on the style of the early blues and folk/blues artists, with a modern twist. His highly individual music, with its memorable tunes, striking lyrics and strong and compelling rhythms, has been going down very well with audiences of all kinds. 
Mark’s songs all have something to say or a story to tell. They’ll make you move, make you think, make you smile.



Two Gents Productions - The Taming of The Shrew

Wed 8th October, 7.30pm. Tickets £10 (Under 18 £6.50) - BUY NOW

Two Gents are a London-based cross-cultural touring company whose rollercoaster approach to Shakespeare has bowled over audiences across the country. 

We're pleased to welcome them to the Fleece with Shakespeare's 'battle of the sexes' comedy, as they continue their plan to be the first ever company to perform all of Shakespeare’s plays in chronological order. 

Their approach to Shakespeare is pretty special - they are respectful of the source material but use actors with migrant / cross cultural backgrounds to bring a freshness and honesty to the story. 
It's definitely low-tech, with almost no set, very few props, but 2 skilled actors taking on dozens of roles and the show has an open-hearted connection with an audience that's hard to beat. “uproariously entertaining” The Guardian

Suitable for Adults/Older Children (12+ yrs). 80mins, no interval. In association with Shindig and Live and Local. Surprising Shows in Surprising Places.


Fleecey Folk: Nancy Kerr & James Fagan

Sunday 19th Oct, 8pm.  Tickets £10 BUY NOW

Join an intimate audencie in the Barn to watch this long standing, well loved Anglo-Australian duo. Multi BBC Folk award winners Nancy Kerr & James Fagan are one of the most established and respected duos on the folk scene.

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Blues in the Barn: K2 Acoustic

Sunday 26 Oct, 8pm. Tickets Free as part of the Apple & Ale Festival

Round off the Apple & Ale weekend with our Blues in the Barn: K2 Acoustic are a Blues and Roots style duo, a true touch of Americana! 
Chris Jones and Sam Powell form a unique contemporary duo in K2Acoustic. Warwick people with a real passion for the music they play. A blend of rhythm and blues, country, bluegrass, roots-rock, jazz and funk. Stylish, sophisticated techniques fuse under the heading of Americana.