Glossop Labour Club

Special Events

Music Nights

We have regular Sunday night music sessions on the 4th Sunday in each month. 'Music' here includes not just instrumentals and songs but also poems, monologues, anything you would like to share.
**There will not be a Sunday session in December, so the next one will be on Sunday 28 January, starting at 8.30. 

Note also:

Scottish Night on Saturday 20 January.


Thursday 21 December

Folk Train: Eunice Bobcats

Who better to entertain us for a Christmas Party? Come and enjoy the lively music of the Louisiana swampland, rooted in the ballads of the French-speaking Acadians of Canada.

Leaving Piccadilly at 18.46, arriving at the Club about 19.30. Returning to Manchester on the 21.37 train.

For further information, visit the Folk Train web site. or the Friends of Glossop Station site


Red Film Club

Sunday 7 January

A Separation

A Separation (2012) is set in contemporary Iran and made by writer-director Asghar Farhadi. It is a portrait of a fractured relationship and an examination of theocracy, domestic rule and the politics of sex and class in Iran. It won the Golden Globe award as the Best Foreign Language Film in 2012.

It will be shown with subtitles.

The bar will be open from 7 pm, and the programme starts at 7.30.

Admission free, donations welcome.

Members only, but you can join at the door

Further films:

Feb 4: On the Waterfront

March 4: Secret Superstar


Saturday 16 December

Becky and the Sharks

9.00. Doors 8.30

Admission: £5 on the door

A welcome return for Becky and the Sharks (singer-songwriter Lesley Anne Davies, cellist Brigit Forsyth, and bassist Monica Gillespie). They perform original songs influenced by blues, jazz and folf - quirky and dramatic with added cello.

Lesley has extensive experience with several bands; Brigit is perhaps better known as an actress (stage and TV); Monica gigs regularly with the Bostock Basement Band.

Click here for more information.


Public Meeting

Sunday January 14th

6.30 pm

                               The Balfour Declaration: Empire, the

                               Mandate and Resistance in Palestine.


The author, academic and activist Dr Bernard Regan, will talk about his recent book on Palestine. He will discuss the implications of the Balfour Declaration (1917) for peace and politics in the Middle East.

Bernard Regan is an historian, trades unionist in education (NEU/NUT) a campaigner for human rights and member of the Palestine Solidarity Campaign and a powerful voice in the field of contemporary international relations. His new book is a powerful and well-reviewed analysis of one of the most enduring conflicts of the Middle East.

Glossop Labour Club welcomes everyone concerned about the peace and stability of the Middle East to this unique opportunity to listen to and question an authority on the topic.




Saturday January 20th

Scottish Night


An evening of Scottish songs, tunes, poems, or anything else you want to bring along - from or about Scotland. This is in honour of Robert Burns' birthday, although it's not offically called a Burns Night.
There will be food too - haggis (of course), with a veggie haggis alternative, plus neeps and tatties, and other things.
No charge for admission, but there will be a small charge for the food.


Saturday January 25th

Defiance Session

Claire Mooney

+ Lily Gaskell

Tickets £8 (£6 advance)

Claire writes of protest, peace, justice, love and life. A regular guest on BBC radio, her performances have been described as 'funny, ironic and touching'.

Support from Lily Gaskell - Roller Derby Skater, activist, vegan chocolatier and rising star of the UK punk scene.

Future Defiance Sessions:

Feb 24: Maddy Carty w/ Steve White & the Protest Family

Mar 31: Johnny Campbell + John D Revelator

Apr 28: Efa Supertramp + Chuck SJ Hay

May 26: Tracey Curtis