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What's On at the Fleece Inn

The Fleece Inn is the focal point for a vibrant local community; you'll often find morris dancers, folk sessions, vintage car gatherings, CAMRA meetings and more when you visit!


Two Gents Productions - The Taming of The Shrew

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

Two actors and a bare stage are all it takes to create an energetic, entertaining and exciting version of this Shakespeare classic.

Treating Shakespeare with both respect and irreverence, two larger than life performers take on all the roles, adding some rough and tumble with seamless moments of audience interaction.

The Taming of the Shrew takes on the classic War of the Sexes. But is Petrucchio’s ‘taming’ of Kate an act of love, violent submission or, perhaps more controversially, both? Find out in this fast-paced version of one of Shakespeare's most popular plays.

“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.


So Sunday: Wes Finch

Sunday 12th Oct. 1 - 3pm. Call 01386 831173 to book a table.

Enjoy a Sunday lunch with good friends, good food & good music! 

Wes plays recognisable songs: pop, rock, country, blues numbers, all with his own twist.
Presently recording with Mercury Prize Nominated Producer Gerry Diver (Sam Lee and Lisa Knapp) and recognised for support by the likes of Billy Bragg and Martin Carthy, Wes is an undeniably important figure for the future of British music.

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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Apple and Ale Festival 

Friday 24th - Sunday 26th October

Following the great success of the last few Apple and Ale festivals, the Fleece Inn will be hosting its annual beer and cider celebrations again this year.

The Fleece Orchard will house a Real Ale and Scrumpy Cider Tent with over 40 ales and ciders to try.

The Thatched barn will be the place to go to sample a range of delicious local cheeses and apples with live music later in the evening, the event is free entry and is a brilliant way to spend an October afternoon.

Live music including Dicey Reilly (Sat night) and K2Acoustic (Sun night).


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.