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Twisted Brewing Co. talk and tasting @ Twisted Brewing Co
Sep 25 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

The brewery talks that took place in the 2016 festival were so successful that we thought it time to give everyone the opportunity to do it again!

Award-winning Twisted Brewing Co. are opening their doors during the festival so don’t miss this opportunity to have a peek.

Ticket price includes a talk on “Real Ale, Real Taste” and 2 x 1/2 pints of beer.

There are limited spaces available so book early.


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Mega Pub Quiz @ The Laverton
Sep 26 @ 8:00 pm – 10:45 pm

An opportunity for Westbury’s pubs and bars to show off their knowledge in this Mega Pub Quiz.

There will be a professional fully independent quiz master, six rounds over two hours with a 20 minute break and a prize of £100 and a trophy for the winning team.

The bar will be open and free nibbles for the teams.

Come and watch your team triumph!!

£10 entry per team of 6 max. but it is free to come along and support your team.


Comedy night + food @ The Laverton
Sep 27 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Another amazing night of comedy and a super supper to go with it!  It has been so successful for the past two years that we decided we would do it all over again.

Incredibly funny comics, courtesy of the Submarine Comedy Club from Frome will make the evening go with a bang.

Featuring David Arnold as the evening’s MC, who will be trying to keep everything under control, we are delighted that Steve James will be headlining for our show.

Steve, who describes himself at Britain’s only deaf comedian, has been performing for the past eleven years to huge laughter around the country and abroad. A hilarious, hard-of-hearing, heavenly host”  Time Out Comic’s Choice and Warm, funny, frank and thought-provoking”  The Scotsman

Also bringing their own brand of comedy to the evening will be:

Richard James There’s something for everyone as Richard’s friendly stage presence facilitates the absurdity of the situations this rising star has found himself in over the years”  Ministry Comedy, Bournemouth

Juliann Moss

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Food choices this year are: Pork, Apple & Lentil Casserole with Chocolate Brownie for dessert.

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Please contact us if you have any special food requirements (e.g. gluten free) and we will try to accommodate you.  Email


Theatre – “Scotland!” @ The Laverton
Sep 28 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

From fringe festivals and theatres from the UK to as far afield as Australia, Westbury Festival welcomes the Late Bloomers’ production of “Scotland!”

This is a hilarious, high-energy, three man physical comedy so come along for a wild ride with fishing, hunting, whisky, shortbread, rhythm, folk songs and the spirit of Scotland. The boys do the Highlands incredibly and hilariously proud, making sure that the audience enjoy their trip.



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“The Late Bloomers are an extremely talented and professional act who take their audience along on this ride through all things Scottish with appealing good humour and supreme skill”

“The trio manage to have the entire audience in tears (of laughter)… they are masterful”


Old Westbury in pictures @ The Hollies Inn
Sep 30 @ 11:00 am – Oct 6 @ 10:00 pm

If you are interested in “Then & Now“, perhaps you should wander by the Hollies Inn during the Festival fortnight.

In association with the Westbury Heritage Society, The Hollies Inn will be showing pictures of Westbury and surroundings on plasma screens during normal opening hours.

There are lots of street scenes, industrial heritage, people and places all going back to early 20th century and some beyond that. Fascinating!


Rock @ The Hollies @ The Hollies Inn
Oct 4 @ 9:00 pm – 11:00 pm

It wouldn’t be Westbury Festival if you didn’t get the opportunity to rock it at the Hollies!

Introducing ‘Open Road’ a 5 piece covers band from Somerset who play a variety of music with something for everyone – powerful pop plus rootsy rock from the sixties to the noughties.

The set lists include a range of artists from Justin Hayward, Neil Young, T-Rex, Bryan Adams to Radiohead, Pulp, Dandy Warhols and Feeder.

They appeal to a wide range of ages and differing music tastes and really know how to get the room bouncing.

Guaranteed to get you out of your chair, don’t miss this!