Every 4th Sunday: Michelle's Music Nights. Starts about 8 pm.

A broad-ranging evening of folk-based music and words named in memory of

Michelle Holding, who hosted the sessions with Bonz Barnes from their
resumption after Covid to the end of 2023. Come along to sing, share
and listen to traditional, contemporary and instrumental folk, plus
poetry, blues and country.in a singaround format. Contact Bonz at:

External link opens in new tab or windowbonz1@btinternet.com for enquiries, or to add your name to the mailing list.

Note that it is not the last Sunday. Often it's the same thing but not always.

The next one will be on February 25.



Saturday March 9

Celtic (Welsh/Irish) Night

7.30 pm

Once again, we are celebrating St David’s Day and St Patrick’s Day together on one night. You can call it Welsh/Irish Night or Celtic Night as you prefer.

Tunes, songs, poems, stories, or whatever you want to bring along – from or about Wales (in English or Welsh) or Ireland. Word sheets will be available to help you join in the choruses. You can also download them from the Music page.

There will be a taste of Welsh and Irish food too.

 Admission is free; we will ask for donations to cover the cost of the food.


Saturday March 23

The Last Shift

Presented by Graham Pirt

8 pm

Tickets £8 for advance booking

A multi-media presentation  - stories, songs and images that bring to life the history of coal mining and its people, and the death of the industry.

Tickets are available from the Club and from George Street Bookshop. Also online from External link opens in new tab or windowwegottickets



Thursday 28 March

Glossop Folk Train

Train leaves Manchester Piccadilly at 18.33, returning at 21.19 from Glossop.

If you're coming direct to the Club, it's best to get there by 7 pm to get a seat.