Glossop Labour Club

Special Events

Music Nights

We have regular Sunday night music sessions, on the 4th Sunday of each month. (Note that this is not always the last Sunday). 'Music' here includes not just tunes and songs, but also poems, monologues, or anything else you would like to share. The next one will be on Sunday 29 December, starting at 8.30 pm. Note the date - a week later than usual.


Sunday 15 December

Labour Club Quiz Night

7 pm

£1 per person

Prize: £15 bar voucher

Fun Quiz.

Bring a team (maximum 5), or come on your own (we'll find a team for you to join.

Raffle for charity (Amnesty)

Note that the Quiz starts at 7 pm


Wednesday 18 December


Glossop Record Club

Christmas Social

8-10 pm

Free admission

Vinyl Secret Santa!

Bring your own records

Have a chat


Saturday 7 December

Christmas Makers Market

12-4 pm

Free Entry

Bar open all day

The Makers Market is a place local makers come together to showcase their creations. Makers that give you the opportunity to procure a gift for a friend or even to treat yourself with unique items that you’ll never find in a supermarket.

Amazing items should help you make that choice for a friends birthday or Christmas gifts that say far more than you ever could with a gift voucher!

For more information, visit the Myideer facebook page


Friday 13 December

Carols from Derbyshire

7.30 pm

Admission free; collection for charity*

We will be singing local carols from villages in North Derbyshire, plus a selection of favourite familiar carols.

Song sheets will be available, or can be downloaded from the Music page of this website.
As well as the carols, the festive mood will be enhanced by mulled wine. mince pies, and other seasonal food.

*This year we will be supporting War on Want and Glossopdale Foodbank

This is a popular event, so come early to get a good seat. We will start promptly at 7.30 - there's a lot of carols to sing!


Saturday 14 December

Pirate Night Fundraiser

7.30 pm

£8 (£6 concession)

18+ only

*Ticket only - no admission without a ticket. You won't be able to buy a ticket on the door as it will be sold out.

The amazing Run out the Guns bring their Pirate loving ways to the Isles of Glossop.
Folk / Punk / Blues / Irish / Rock / Country Mashup... High Energy, Stomping, Protesting and Testifying...! -

Plenty of shenanigans to be had and more so if your garb on the night is bent toward the salty sea dogs themselves. Pirates also get their very own raffle with bounty to mutiny for!

*The Captain's Log*
7.30pm - The boarding ramps will be lowered
8pm - 8.45pm; The Guns will light their first barrel of powder
9.15pm - 10.15pm; The Guns will fully run out will all guns blazing.
11pm - Curfew on all drunken sailors. Any sea dogs still in need of the barmaid's apron will need to set sail to taverns with lights still burning a welcoming glow on deck.

Tickets are available from George Street Community Bookshop and the Labour Club.
We have a limited number of tickets available for pre-order that can be collected on the night. These can be paid via Paypal at £8.50 (50p extra due to paypal charges) message us at myideer's facebook page for more information.

All profits raised will be going to the excellent Willow Wood Hospice that helps so many of our friends and family at their most heartbreaking of times.


Saturday 7 December

Mora and George Borowski

8 pm

Tickets £8 (£5 concession)

Music with a message for all,delivered with passion.


Thursday 19 Dcember

Folk Train

Eunice Bobcats

Party time again on the Glossop Folk Train as we journey to the Louisiana swamplands with our regular Cajun Band. Get your Christmas off to a great start and come and join us for some lively emblematic music, rooted in the ballads of the French speaking Arcadians of Canada. This is definitely a night to celebrate the start of the festive season.

Note that train times have changed. Travel from Piccadilly on the 19.03, arriving in Glossop at 19.33. Returning on the 21.52 train


Sunday5 January

Red Film Club


Animation based on graphic novels of Marjane Satrapi. A precocious and outspoken Iranian girl was nine years old during the Islamic Revolution when the fundamentalists first take power.
‘an adaptation so inspired, so simple and so frictionless in its transformation of the source material that it's almost a miracle’.

The film lasts 95min cert 15

Admission is free; donations welcome. Members only, but you can join at the door.

The bar will open at 7 pm, and the film starts at 7.30.

Future Programme:

February 2: Z (1969)

March 1: 12 Angry Men (1957)