24th CAMRA Worthing Beer and Cider Festival
Featuring over ?? beers both locally produced and from around the country, ?? ciders, a gin bar, and hot food. The venue is The Assembly Hall, Stoke Abbott Road, Worthing BN11 1HA. This is a 10 minute walk from Worthing Station. Bus stops: 1 & 5 (Stagecoach), 23 (Crawley) - Town Hall. 9, Pulse (Stagecoach) - Library. There's a map here.
Tickets are on sale directly from the places shown below. You can buy tickets online from the Worthing Theatres web site.
This year we have chosen ?? as our festiavl charity.
Sessions and Prices
Friday 30th October 11am - 4pm £??
Friday 30th October 5pm - 11pm £??
Saturday 31st October 11am - 9.30pm* £??
Saturday 31st October Late entry after 5pm - 9.30pm* £??
* or until the beer runs out
We want to be a more eco-friendly festival and so we do not provide souvenir glasses in the ticket price and instead provide plain glasses that will be returned by our customers and reused next year. Another benfit of this change is that we won't need to provide single use plastic bags for people to take their glasses home.
Worthing’s wonderful Wurlitzer will be playing again during the festival: on Friday from 14.00, on Friday from 21.30 – 22.00, and around lunchtime on Saturday. This organ is a combination of select orchestral voices and superb craftsmanship. The sound you hear is produced from over 1,500 pipes, which come from the two organ chambers each side of the stage. The pipes range from 2 inches to 32 feet in length. Alongside side these pipes are real percussion instruments, a Xylophone, Vibraharp, Sleigh Bells, Drums, Cymbals, even a set of Cathedral Chimes!
On Saturday there will be live music from The Beach House Band.