Beer festival returns to Marine Theatre

FOR several years the Marine Theatre in Lyme Regis hosted an annual beer festival and now the community event is returning, thanks to a new partnership between the venue and Lyme Regis Brewery.

Event organisers have made the announcement that the festival will return bigger than ever, with a promise of a hearty celebration of more than 20 beers and 20 live acts across the Easter weekend.

Lyme Regis Brewery is gathering craft beers and ale from around the region, with a focus on showcasing local drinks now on offer in Dorset, Devon and Somerset. There will be both superb cask ales and kegged beers covering all tastes and styles.

The brewery is planning to gradually release the beer line up on the approach to the event.

As well as beer, the festival is celebrating local musical talent, with a few special headliners from further afield. Irish music, cumbia, reggae, gypsy, covers, sea shanties, morris dancing, and even the town brass band covers a wide variety of tastes.

The headliners are Town of Cats, Fromage En Feu, La Juega and Palooka 5, with local performers Raisin’ Cain, Lyme Morris and B Sharp amongst the acts from Lyme Regis on the bill.

Outside, local street food outfits will be serving food on Theatre Square. 

Marine Director Gabby Rabbitts said “We’re chuffed to be having a beer festival here again, and to be joining forces with the town’s brewery. There’s something rather special about drinking beer, especially when overlooking the sea.

“This event is about music too, as we celebrate the talent in our region with a big line-up of musicians”.

The festival will be held over Easter weekend on Friday, April 10 and Saturday, April 11, with entrance costing £5 per day.

For further details or to book, call 01297 442138 or visit

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