Glossop Labour Club is an independent socialist club. It is not affiliated to any political party, but is home to people who share a progressive outlook on life. It is one of the oldest Socialist/Labour Clubs in the country. If you enjoy a friendly atmosphere, where you will be unlikely to encounter bigotry or prejudice, if you are a woman who likes the freedom of going out alone, if you are young or old (or in between), Glossop Labour Club is just what you are looking for. Whether you want real ale, draught lager, cider or Guinness, alcohol-free beer. wine or a selection of spirits (including a range of single malts - all at very reasonable prices, or if you prefer soft drinks, tea and coffee, we can offer what you most enjoy.
We are generally open from 8-11 p.m. on Tuesdays and Fridays. On other nights we may be open if there is an event or other activity. Check the bar rota on the Members page to make sure.
Accessibility: The ground floor of the Club is wheelchair accessible, and there is a ramp down into the garden. We have a wheelchair accessible toilet, and a stairlift to the upstairs rooms.
To see a statement of the Club's objectives, click on the link below.
Current regular Club activities include:
Tuesday Folk Club, starting at 8 pm.
Friday Music sessions. starting at 9 pm.
Monthly Sunday music sessions, starting at 8 pm. (4th Sunday, usually)
Second Sunday: Quiz Night
Members are also welcome to come in for a drink and a chat on Tuesdays (from 8 pm) and Fridays (from 7 pm).
There are a lot of other activities in the Club, including:
GlossopImprov, every Friday 7 pm
Repair Cafe. 2nd Saturday, 11 - 1
Record Club, 2nd Thursday
Folk Train - 4th Thursday; restarting on 25 August.
See the Regular Activities page for more details of these and other activities.