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If you are looking for live music in Shoreham, Sundays at the Tap House are just the thing!
Relax in warm and friendly surroundings, perhaps start with a delicious roast, or some of our famous oysters, but don’t rush away! From 4pm every Sunday afternoon we welcome live musicians to extend your Sunday chill out.
Regular musicians and bands include Jazztastique, TJ Walker and Take Two, but each and every week we enjoy live acoustic sets with great atmosphere.
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We are proud to be a Business Friend of the Ropetackle Arts Centre, a community-owned charity, run by a board of unpaid trustees and a team of 80 volunteers
The Ropetackle has established itself as one of the most vibrant and distinctive arts venues in the region, combining its programme of top level arts and entertainment with a rich and diverse mixture of community activities. Jazz festivals to comedy nights, classical music to rock, spoken word to film, Ropetackle has something for everybody.
As part of our support we regularly sponsor one-off events in the rich and varied calendar. On the 7th March we are supporting the performance of Maroon Town, as relevant as ever and back in the spotlight.
When London-based eight-piece Maroon Town first started a little over 30 years ago they were the first ska band to mix ska and reggae with rap, funk and Latin/cumbia Their first album and singles produced by John Bradbury of The Specials.
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We are very proud and pleased to announce that we made it on to the Sussex Life Food & Drink Awards shortlist in the Best Newcomer Category, and we WON!. We are proud because this is down to our wonderful Shoreham customer’s votes, without which we would not have made the list!
Since opening in June last year we have had a whirlwind of a time getting to know you all and understanding all that you want in a ‘local’. We always aim to create an atmosphere that the local area needs, and we really hope we have managed to hit the mark at the Tap House. We offer warmth and friendliness, sophistication but in a relaxed atmosphere, food and drink of the highest quality, variety and whenever possible sourced from the local area.
So we are incredibly pleased to have won this award, it makes us happy and a touch emotional! Thank you to everyone who took the time to fill in the online nomination, we are very grateful to you all.
We are very pleased to be holding our own Oysters & English Fizz Festival at The Tap House during the bank holiday weekend, Friday 23rd to Monday 26th August.
The event is set to herald the wonderful local produce we offer at the Tap House and can enjoy from within Sussex. Wherever possible we try to champion local producers and suppliers, whether that is food or drink and our menu is testament to this.
We have been offering local Ridgeview Bloomsbury English Fizz at the Tap House for a while and it is always enjoyed by our customers, but this event offers a bottle at a wonderfully low price of just £30 this weekend.
Local oysters feature on our menu whenever the catch is available from our local supplier, in particular our oysters are enjoyed as an alternative to traditional Sunday roasts, both of which we offer on Sundays at the Tap House.
This weekend oysters will be available from just £1.50 each.
As part of the Shoreham community, we are always looking to support local events and groups.
Already a Business Partner of the Ropetackle Arts Centre, we have now also joined forces to sponsor and support Shoreham Wordfest, an annual literary festival which celebrates words and ideas across our town.
A series of events including workshops, theatre shows and talks will take place in Shoreham between 7th September and 13th October including a number of events for children. A full event list and tickets to the events can be found here.
We are particularly looking forward to the Climate Emergency Summit on the 5th October being held at the Ropetackle Arts Centre. This event will be hosted by TV presenter Peter Owen-Jones who, as an ecological thinker, will explore what we can do together to protect the environment and counter the challenges of climate change. Other speakers will include Dan Osborn, Professor of Human Ecology and UCL.
Click on the brochure (left) to download a PDF copy.