WORCESTER – Go ahead, skip the line.
Did you know that at Worcester’s Hanover Theatre & Conservatory for the Performing Arts you can order a beverage right from your seat during a show?
It’s the kind of technology Worcester theater-goers have truly been waiting for.
By downloading the Noble food and drink app, you can order a beer, cocktail, glass of wine or non-alcoholic beverage right from your seat, and the app will tell you when your drink ready for you to pick-up.
From the app, you can pay and tip for your drinks. And the best part is you won’t have to miss much of the show waiting in line for a cocktail.
Drink prices range from $6 for beer — Sam Adams, Bud Light, Budweiser, and Stella Artois — to $8 for a mixed drink or wine and champagne. Non-alcoholic beverages (soda and juice) are $3.
How It Works:
- View food & drinks from your favorite venues digital menu on the Noble app
- Select, pay and tip all within the app; cashless and convenient
- Receive your order at secure pickup location or by delivery
Check out these five shows coming up soon at the Hanover Theatre:
Friday, April 26 – 8 PM
Friday, May 3 – 8 PM
Saturday, May 11 – 8 PM
Friday, May 17 – 7:30 PM
Saturday, May 18 – 8 PM
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