The Kings Arms is a regular meeting place for one and all and every week there is something going on at the pub. Scroll down to see our up-to-date calendar of events.
On Monday nights, you may find members of Mousehole Male Voice Choir enjoying a refreshing drink after their practice. CDs of the choir are for sale in the bar.
On Tuesday, our public bar hosts bluegrass musicians and their followers which makes for a very enjoyable evening.
Wednesday is the turn of the church choir and on Thursday the bell ringers break from their peels.
Line dancers, fresh from their weekly practice in Paul Church Hall might stop for a refreshing drink on Friday.
The Kings Arms is directly opposite the church and many regular parishoners decamp to the pub for lunchtime drinks or a sumptuous Sunday roast. The euchre players have their own table for an afternoon of cards.
What’s on at the Kings Arms?
Bluegrass Jamming Sessions
Every Tuesday from 9pm onwards. This popular weekly event sees singers and musicians from the surrounding area meet at the pub for an informal jamming session. Visitors are welcome – either to play or listen – and it is free to watch.
If you wish to eat first, be sure to reserve a table in the public bar.