Poet Andrew James Brown loves pubs. All pubs. In 'The Moon Under Water', like George Orwell before him, he looks at the joy of pubs, their essence and their greatness, and, most importantly, the people in them. History, philosophy, musings, poems, and tales of booze, horse brasses and Morris dancers lie within. Join him for a warm lager or two.Taking Orwell's 1946 essay as a starting point, this show travels through pubs great and small, through country inns to city gin-palaces, across parquet and sticky carpet alike. Do you like pubs? If so, you'll like this. Hopefully.