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 23 February, starting at 8.15 pm.


Thursday 27 February

Folk Train

Geoff Higginbottom

Local and traditional folk music with a smattering of popular music thrown in for good measure, played and sung at its best by one of the Folk Train's regulars.

Travel from Piccadilly on the 19.03, arriving in Glossop at 19.33. Returning on the 21.52 train

Coming Folk Trains:

16 March: Jodrellaires

23 April: Pastry Shoes


Sunday 1 March

Red Film Club

12 Angry Men

One of the best pictures ever made’. Sidney Lumet’s feature debut is a superbly written, dramatically effective, courtroom thriller that rightfully stands as a modern classic. Stars Henry Fonda U.

The film lasts 92 min and will be shown with subtitles

Admission is free; donations welcome. Labour Club 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:

April 5: Nae Pasaran ! (2018)

May 3: Tsotsi (2008)


Thursday 12 March

Glossop Record Club

Depeche Mode on vinyl

8-11 pm

Admission Free

We'll be celebrating the 30th anniversary of DM's classic album Violator, alongside playing a selection of tracks from their career. And all on vinyl. Of course!

For more information, visit the Record Club's Facebook page


Saturday 7 March

Welsh Night

7.30 pm

Songs, tunes, poems, whatever else you want to contribute (in English or in Welsh).

Song sheets will be available, or you can download them from the Music page on this website, and scroll down to see Welsh Night.

There will be food too: Cawl (a Welsh stew - with a veggie option), Bara lawr (laverbread), Welsh cakes, bara brith, Welsh cheese.

There will be Welsh whisky too!

Admission free - there will be a small charge for the food, and for the whisky


Sunday 15 March

Labour Club Quiz Night

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

Entry £1 per person. Prize for the winning team
Raffle for charity
Bar open at 6.30. The quiz will start promptly at 7 pm.


Sunday 23 February

Sea Shanty Session

2 - 5 pm

Come and sing your favourite shanties (or other sea-related songs). Or just join in the choruses.

Admission free


Saturday 28 March

Ruth and Tony Dargan

8pm (doors open at 7.30)

Tickets £6 advance booking (£8 on the door)

Ruth and Tony Dargan are an accomplished duo (previously Blackwater), based in Wakefield; their trademark sound is a gentle, enchanting and highly polished blend of two acoustic guitars and two voices.
Tickets are available from the Club, from George Street Community Bookshop, or online from wegottickets


Sunday 19 April

The Hard Way - the story of Hannah Mitchell

8 pm (doors open at 7.30)

Tickets £10 advance booking (£12 on the door)

The story of Hannah Mitchell, self-taught, self-made woman, campaigner, speaker, writer, suffragette, councillor and magistrate.
A one-woman show of storytelling and song by musician and composer Louise Jordan celebrating Hannah’s determination to take power in the face of insurmountable barriers.

Tickets are available from the Club, fro, George Street Community Bookshop or online from wegottickets