DB Debate Society – Donald Trump

Topic – Donald Trump The Debate Society will put forward views from both sides of a topic. Those for and those against. The rules – Only speak when you hold the baton – Respect other peoples opinions – Speaker has up to 3 minutes at a time. We hope you will attend to join in or just listen, then vote to say which side you think put up the best argument. Prepared to be enlightened! Starts at: 2018-10-13 12:00:00 Ends at: 2018-10-13 16:00:00 Location: Doncaster Brewery && Tap 7 Young Street, DN1 3EL Doncaster Source

Well Spoken

Well Spoken is our monthly evening of Spoken Word. Bring some of your own work to read out, read something from a favourite poet/author, or just come along and listen. All Welcome – Free Entry Starts at: 2018-10-11 19:00:00 Ends at: 2018-10-11 21:30:00 Location: Doncaster Brewery && Tap 7 Young Street, DN1 3EL Doncaster Source

Unplugged

Join us for Unplugged. From 1pm until 5 (ish) singers and acoustic musicians are invited to join us for an afternoon of music in the bar around the room, whatever your music style. All welcome – Free Entry Starts at: 2018-10-06 12:00:00 Ends at: 2018-10-06 16:00:00 Location: Doncaster Brewery && Tap 7 Young Street, DN1 3EL Doncaster Source

Art and Crafts in the Upper Room

Local artist Helen Hardman will be displaying her art work in The Upper Room from 12noon on Saturday until 5pm on Sunday. There will also be a couple of other craft stalls for you to have a wander round. All Welcome. Free Entry Starts at: 2018-10-06 11:00:00 Ends at: 2018-10-07 18:00:00 Location: Doncaster Brewery && Tap 7 Young Street, DN1 3EL Doncaster Source

Games Night

The first Thursday of the month is Games Night in the bar. Bring your games and your mates and have an evening of fun. If you need a larger table please ask at the bar. All welcome – Free entry. Starts at: 2018-10-04 18:00:00 Ends at: 2018-10-04 21:30:00 Location: Doncaster Brewery && Tap 7 Young Street, DN1 3EL Doncaster Source

Cider and Cheese Festival

Presentation of Doncaster and Yorkshire Cider Pub of the Year Award. 21st October 15.00pm Starts at: 2018-10-16 10:00:00 Ends at: 2018-10-21 15:00:00 Location: Donbtap 7 Young Street, DN1 3EL Source

First pamphlet launch by Paul Iwanyckyj

Launch of the first pamphlet collection by Paul Iwanyckyj from Glass Head Press with music provided by special guest Nigel Parsons. Free event. Starts at: 2018-09-29 18:30:00 Ends at: 2018-09-29 21:00:00 Location: Doncaster Brewery && Tap 7 Young Street, DN1 3EL Doncaster Source

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Yarnbomb Weekly Social – Doncaster Brewery

Bring your needles or hooks and enjoy a few hours making and chatting with members of the group. It is free to attend, but you may want to bring some pennies to get a drink from the bar. All welcome to drop in at any time. between 5-7pm. We are currently working on a project to support the DN… More Yarnbomb Weekly Social – Doncaster Brewery Bring your needles or hooks and enjoy a few hours making and chatting with members of the group. It is free to attend, but you may want to bring some pennies to get a […]

Uke can do it

A Ukulele Club in the bar – come along and enjoy an afternoon of music and merriment. From beginners to the more advanced player. All Welcome. And if you don't play – why not just come along and enjoy the music. Free Entry Starts at: 2018-09-15 12:00:00 Ends at: 2018-09-15 16:00:00 Location: Doncaster Brewery && Tap 7 Young Street, DN1 3EL Doncaster Source

The Black Stuff (Preview)
28 April at 19:30–21:00

Rubber – a miraculous substance! But until Charles Goodyear came along in the 1830s, it was sticky and useless. In a race against his rivals and battling incredible odds, Charles turned natural rubber into a product that revolutionised industries around the world. But it took everything he had. Meanwhile, his wife Clarissa faced the age-old struggle of women in this patriarchal society – the fight to have her voice heard. Through theatre, art, humour, and song, “The Black Stuff” tells the dark true story of how a bankrupt button-maker became one of the most important inventors of all time – […]

Stammtisch
19 April at 19:30–22:30

Come and join us for our Stammtisch Evening. A Stammtisch (German for “regulars’ table”) is an informal group meeting held on a regular basis. A Stammtisch is not a structured meeting, but rather a friendly get-together. In this sense, the Doncaster Brewery Stammtisch is a friendly get together of German speakers, whether native or non-native speakers and we hope to revive this German tradition and enjoy speaking German while having a drink or two.  Come along if you want to brush up on your German conversational skills; if you’re German and want to speak your mother tongue more regularly, or […]

The Mask of Anarchy
4 August at 19:30–22:00

Celebrate the birthday of the great radical poet Percy Bysshe Shelly with Read to Write by joining in a reading of his great poem. Just turn up with a copy of The Mask of Anarchy and contribute. Free, open to all. With thanks to Alison and Ian at the Tap for their support

A Tale to Tell
20 April at 19:30–22:30

The launch of Mick Jenkinson’s first pamphlet collection of poetry will be held in The Upper Room.  Mick will read from the collection and music will be provided by Ray Hearne. The book, A Tale to Tell – is now out from Glass Head Press. Copies available on the night at £5.      

Ukelele
Sat 21st April 2018

Can Uke do it? There is only one way to find out. Come along to our Ukulele session in the bar and join in playing and singing along to some well known tunes. Open to beginners and the more advanced. Free Entry https://doncasterbrewery.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/DSCN0326CA.mp4

Girl Talk
18/04/2018 – 19:30 to 22:30

Come and join us for our monthly ‘Girl Talk’ evening.  At this session we are doing a special offer on Rum so if this is your tipple you are in for a treat. Hope to see you soon – It’ll be the talk of the town.

Well Spoken
Thursday 12/04/2017

  12/04/2018 at 20:00–23:00 The April ‘Well Spoken’ features guest speaker – Stephanie Bowgett.Stephanie was the founder member of the Albert Poets (a nationally respected poetry group) more than twenty years ago, and still co-ordinates their workshops and readings. She has won numerous poetry prizes and appeared in many leading poetry magazines. Her latest collection “A poor kind of memory” received glowing testimonies “In these wonderful poems Stephanie writes with skill and sensitivity about the vulnerable. She has an instinct for the appropriate register and form with which to convey the poignancy of powerlessness through the ages, whether relating to children, women, refugees, […]