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 27 May, starting at 8.30. 


Thursday 26 April

Folk Train: Full Circle Folk Club

One of our regular and popular folk clubs from Manchester will be delighting our audience with renditions of Blues, Folk, Irish and Country music.

Leaving Piccadilly at 18.46, arriving at the Club about 19.30. Returning to Manchester on the 21.38 train.

Further events:

May 24: Steve Turner

June 28: The Hayes Sisters

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


Saturday April 28th

Defiance Session

Efa Supertramp

Chuck SJ Hay

Tickets £8 (£6 advance)

Efa is an energetic and original Welsh punk folk singer, activist and artist. He songs (in both English and Welsh) are angry but uplifting.

Chuck is a Queer Folk Punk DIY musician from Brighton using crazy guitar techniques and a unique style of singing.

Future Defiance Sessions:

May 26: Tracey Curtis


Saturday 12 May

The Hayes Sisters

Plus Bea and Nancy

8 pm

Doors open at 7.30

£8 on the door

£6 advance (from Glossop Labour Club)

A welcome return, by popular request,  for the Hayes Sisters, following their acclaimed visit with the Folk Train last year.

The Hayes Sisters, Cathryn, Angela and Jennifer, after a promising start as a teenage trio, performing in local pubs and clubs. grew up, pursuing careers in different cities, in different fields; in teaching, nursing, and acting (you may have seen Jen (Stage name Jennifer Hennessy) in The Office, Coronation Street, Doctor Who, and lots more; in fact, she appears soon as Mrs Cratchit in the BBC’s new epic serial, “Dickensian”). Now they’re back together on stage; appearing at festivals and gigs across the North West. Their songs come from personal experiences and emotions, influenced by the traditional music of England and Ireland. Each tends to write individually, and they arrange collaboratively; and, as they are musically untrained; intuitively. Naturally, The Hayes Sisters seem to be in harmony about most things in life…

Bea and Nancy's 2-part harmony singing always goes down very well.

For more about the Hayes Sisters, visit their website or their facebook page


Saturday 5 May

A Celebration of International Workers Day

Song Music and Verse

7.30 p.m.

Contact Gwyneth at if you would like to contribute to the entertainment.

No entrance fee. Donations of food for the food bank, or cash, sleeping bags, waterproofs or rucksacks to help people forced to sleep rough in Ashton.


Sunday 6 May

Red Film Club


When five orphan girls are seen innocently playing with boys on a beach, their scandalized conservative guardians confine them while forced marriages are arranged. Set in a village in northern Turkey, Mustang wrestles with many issues - friendship, expressions of love, family obligation and cultural ties. It is a beautiful, poignant, and very powerful film.

This film 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:

June 3: City of God (2002)