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.
The next one will be on Sunday 26 November, starting at 8.30. 

Note also the 'Carols from Derbyshire' night on Friday 8 December (see below for details).


Thursday 23 November

Folk Train: Shenanigans

A duo well known to regular Folk Train audiences, playing Irish music on various instruments - lively jigs and reels, and lyrical ballads to suit all lovers of Irish Folk Music.

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 Friends of Glossop Station site


Red Film Club

Sunday 3 December


Citizenfour is a 2014 documentary film directed by Laura Poitras concerning Edward Snowden and the NSA spying scandal. Citizenfour received critical acclaim upon release, and was the recipient of numerous accolades, including the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature at the 2015 Oscars.

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:

Watch this space for the Spring programme


Saturday 2 December

Robb Johnson

Supported by Quiet Loner

7.45 (Doors 7 pm)

Tickets £8 (£6 advance)

Come and hear one of Britain's finest songwriters.

Tickets available from

Further information from


Friday 8 December

Carols from Derbyshire

North Derbyshire and South Yorkshire have a strong tradition of singing local carols. Throughout November and December, in one village after another, people gather in pubs or village halls to sing their own carols. Many of these carols are unique to that village. If you haven’t come across the local carols, this is a good opportunity to find out about them. We will be singing a selection of carols, from villages such as Sparrowpit, Foolow, Eyam, Hathersage. and Castleton, together with some ‘ordinary’ ones.

Song sheets will be available on the night, or you can download them from the Music page of this web site.

Mulled wine and 'festuve food' will also be provided.

Admission is free, but there will be a collection for charity.


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.