To start October off, we have the fearsome Pirates on the 5th–7th.

For those who may be unfamiliar with Weymouth’s piratey goings on:

FRIDAY Crews like to gather in their gaudy glad rags for some naughtiness and merry-making about the town. The main hub of events on Friday night will be at Hardy’s Hophouse (Pirate HQ) in St Thomas Street with a good-ol’-fashioned pirate knees up, while there will be a pirate acoustic set at the Cutter and Monkey Drizzle at the Belvedere.

SATURDAY The main shenanigans include the notorious Pirate Parade starts at Pirate HQ ! There will be Piratey buskers popping up and roaring some tunes throughout, some rascally performances from our infamous rogues and henchmen, and, of course, more live music from international band THE DOLMEN on the main stage at Hardy’s Hophouse.  While at the Pirates’ Keep, the Belvedere are hosting Captain’s beard and Dark Trix and for the late-night Buchaneers the Closet are hosting an adults-only pirate party. 

SUNDAY For those able to rise earlier with children, there is the opportunity to pan for gold at the Nothe Fort and for the survivors still standing! After a fortifying breakfast in the town’s lovely hostelries, a nice but still naughty good old knees-up at an acoustic afternoon at Pirate HQ awaits you.

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