The Thinking Drinkers are debuting their latest comedic production tomorrow night at The Lowry and are offering five free drinks to their audience.
The pub crawl-themed event tells the historical tales of the world’s most interesting drinking establishments throughout the years, from a 1920’s speakeasy to a classic British pub. As each sketch takes the audience to a new setting, they will receive a drink that is in keeping with the character of the place. The comedic duo promise that the audience will learn a lot about safe and responsible drinking and laugh a lot.
The Thinking Drinkers are coming to Salford on Friday 23 November to educate us on how to drink less but drink better in their hilarious pub crawl through history… https://t.co/ftJq2Ng7kL pic.twitter.com/6pZ1xFp1m5
— The Lowry (@The_Lowry) November 20, 2018
The duo, comprised of Ben McFarland and Tom Sandham, both write regularly as drink columnists and have published a book based on their comedy sketches. They have performed at Edinburgh Fringe Festival since 2011 and were called ‘pioneers of alcohol-based comedy’ by the Sunday Times.
Tickets for The Thinking Drinkers Pub Crawl are £15 and the event is labelled as 18+.