Bishop’s Stortford Acoustic Club holding seven-act, four-song show at The Belgian Brewer on Thursday November 16
A wide range of genres, styles and sounds will be on the menu when Bishop’s Stortford Acoustic Club holds a seven-act, four-song show at The Belgian Brewer on Thursday November 16.
Rhys Wilson, Jeremy Harmer, Runaway Jukebox and Francesca Hutchinson along with Shorelines, Colin Frid & Simon Dennis and Storm Deva will be taking to the stage.
The club is returning to the craft brewery and bottle shop, at the Links Business Centre off Raynham Road, after a successful evening last time out when Elliot Porter headlined.
It has also held gigs at South Mill Arts this year during the temporary closure of its regular home The Horn at The Half Moon, but the North Street pub is now shut after the management quit at the end of the lease.
The entertainment will take place in the brewery’s big venue room so there will be plenty of space, fully seated, for everyone.
As well as award-winning Belgian beers, The Belgian Brewer, which opened in 2019 and is run by founder Nik Lemmens, serves wines, spirits and non-alcoholic drinks as well as pizzas.
Doors open at the earlier time of 7.30pm and music starts at 8pm. Entry costs £5 cash on the door.