Bad Cardigan, an acoustic duo from Lancashire, is confirmed for our Friday concert the 4th of July at 7:30pm! You can hear their music, see their upcoming gigs and watch their performance videos on their Facebook page




The amazing I Sea The Sea On Fire is confirmed for our Saturday concert on the 5th of July at 9:30pm! You can give them a listen and check out their upcoming tour dates on the link below!

2014 flyers have gone to print

Worrall Festival & Gala 2014 flyers have gone to the printers this morning. Keep your eyes pealed as they’ll be appearing around Sheffield over the next few weeks. Thanks to Nic Bowden Design for the fab design!

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100 Day Cultural Festival Launch Event – Saturday 29th March


To celebrate the launch of the 100 Day Cultural Festival in Worrall (part of Yorkshire Festival 2014 Fringe) Worrall Community Association Limited presents a series of events for all the family Saturday 29th March:

Coffee morning 10.30 – 1.00 at the Memorial Hall,free admission. Yorkshire Tea & Cakes. Display of planned activities for the Cultural festival, new cycle and walking routes presentation following parts of the Tour de France race route.

Children’s activities 1.30 – 4.00, biking display by Sam Shepherd (recently featured in the Sheffield Sixer) at 1.30, smoothie bike, face painting, static bike challenge, guided bike rides on parts of the Tour route. BBQ throughout the afternoon.

French themed Wine, Cheese & Quiz evening 7.30 pm in the Memorial Hall to taste 6 French wines with an opportunity to buy presented by Barry Starmore of Starmore Boss Wines. Contact John on 0114 2862498 for tickets for the evening priced at £10.

The day events are free of charge and all ages are welcome. Hot food will be available in the afternoon. For more information contact Christine Beadman on

Venue: Memorial Hall, 49 Towngate Road, Worrall, S35 0AR

For more information about Yorkshire Festival 2014 visit

Celebrate Le Tour coming to Sheffield with Worrall Festival


Worrall Festival returns this year for our biggest event to date! We’re teaming up with Worrall Gala to bring you a weekend packed full of events celebrating Le Tour coming to Worrall village. Le Tour arrives in Worrall around 2pm on Sunday 7th and to mark this historic occasion we’re hosting two spcial gigs on Friday 4th and Saturday 6th July followed by an apres Le Tour party on Sunday afternoon. There’ll be our usual mix of live music, local ales and great food.

Watch this space for more details as they are confirmed or follow us on facebook for all the lastet news:

Come and enjoy the sun with a pint and a pork sandwich


Make the most of today’s gorgeous weather by enjoying a pint in the sun with us at Worrall Festival. We have an impressive music line up to keep you entertained all day:

1:15pm – Doors open
1:30pm – Goodnight Shirley
2:30pm – Sheikh al Sheikhit
3:30pm – Vic Shepherd and John Bowden
4:30pm – Family Ceilidh with Big Stuffed Fish
6:00pm – Open mic session with Dave Friskney
8:00pm – Richard Brown
9:00pm – The Backyard Buskers
10:00pm – Brave New Storm

Tickets are are available at the door: £7 for adults and £4 for 16s and under. Under 5s free.

The big day is finally here!

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Worrall Festival 2013 kicks off tonight with a fantastic music line up:

Friday 7th June

7:00pm – Doors open
7:30pm – Chloe-Jade Simmons
8:30pm – Bad Cardigan
9:30pm – Jack’s Rake

Tickets are only £5 for adults and £3 for 16s and under. Under 5s free. Arrive early to avoid disappointment.

See you there!

Reserve your festival tickets online

Not long now until the big event! Hope you’re all as excited as we are. Reserve your festival tickets online to avoid disappointment:

Reserved tickets can be collected on the door.

A last minute addition to the beer line up – Red Feather ale


We are pleased to announce that Welbeck Abbey Brewery‘s Red Feather (3.9% Amber Ale) is the latest addition to the festival’s beer and ale line up.

Red Feather takes inspiration from the emblem of Welbeck and its crossed red feathers, which represent pride in the estate’s heritage and entrepreneurial spirit. Red Feather is a distinctly English ale and blends a robust bitterness with caramel notes from its Crystal malts to create a moreish, malty amber beer.

Make sure you get here early to sample a pint of this delicious, flavoursome seasonal beer.