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INN CROWD: We’re looking for Cornish pubs to get involved!

We are thrilled to be partnering with INN CROWD, a new project which supports pubs to host high quality spoken word inspired events. The project aims to help reinforce pubs as central to rural community life by bringing exceptional cultural experiences to new audiences.

INN CROWD is working with some of the UK’s top spoken word and live literature artists and performers to provide rural pubs with professional, high-quality and exciting live entertainment. This helps publicans to attract new customers, widen the experience for their regulars, and reinforce the pub as a central, vibrant part of community life.

Right now we are looking for pubs who would like to get involved! We are currently developing a network of Cornish pubs who would like to host live performance, so if you are a publican (or would like to see some live performance in your local) we want to hear from you.

“These performances are exactly what’s needed in the countryside. Bringing performances such as these into village pubs so that people can have a drink, possibly a meal, and then walk home. It also helps to make the pub more profitable” – King’s Head, Diss, Norfolk

If you have a pub in Cornwall and would like to find out more, or try some live performance through this scheme, please contact imogen@creativekernow.org.uk or call the Carn to Cove office on 01209 312500.

To find out more about INN CROWD, please click here.

INN CROWD is a partnership project from Applause and Creative Arts East with expert support from Writers’ Centre Norwich, New Writing South and Pub is the Hub and funding from Arts Council England.

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