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 28 July, starting at 8.30 pm.


Thursday 27 June

Folk Train: Nelson Peach

This experienced Combo is an integral part of our local folk scene and are known by many for their sensitive arrangements and extensive use of a range of instruments for accompaniment and enhancing of songs. Their material is mainly drawn from the rich heritage of the British Isles but they also mix in some contemporary folk songs and American versions of traditional songs. This will be an evening of great folk music which can be enjoyed by all.


Travel on the 18.59 from Piccadilly (arriving at the Club about 7.30). Return on the 21.48 from Glossop.

Forthcoming Folk Trains:

Watch this space


Sunday 7 July

Red Film Club

Hotel Rwanda (2004)

Based on the Rwandan genocide during the Spring of 1994, the film documents Paul Rusesabagina's acts to save the lives of his family and more than a thousand other Tutsi refugees by providing them with shelter in the besieged Hotel des Mile Collin

The film lasts 117 minutes, and will be shown with subtitles.

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:

August: No film.

Sunday September 1st. Tangerines (2015)


Thursday July 11

Record Club

USA 1969

8 - 11 pm

Free Admission

With the focus of our 1967 and 1968 sessions being primarily on UK music, this time we turn our attention to the USA, taking in tracks from the incendiary debuts by The Stooges and MC5 among others. From Detroit to Woodstock to Altamont, change was definitely in the air. We’ll also feature a few tracks by British artists under the influence of American soul, country and blues, who went so far as to record over there, resulting in some of their best work.

And it’s a Brit abroad that gives us our featured album – Dusty Springfield’s ‘Dusty In Memphis’, recorded in Memphis and New York after signing to Atlantic Records in 1968. Surprisingly, the album saw no chart action in the UK, and only just scraped into the Billboard 100 in the USA. But, as with so many albums that flopped at the time, it’s reputation grew, and is now regarded as a classic, and Dusty’s definitive album.

Doors open at 8pm, the music starts at 8.30pm. See you there!


Saturday July 13

3 -6 pm

Music Hall Singaround

Come along to sing your favourite music hall songs and recite you favourite monologues. The session will be run informally in the style of a folk singaround.

We'll welcome all types of songs, humorous or non-humorous that may or may not have come from the music hall tradition of the UK, Irland, or elsewhere. Come along if you want to sing, recite, or just listen (and join in the choruses). Accoustic instruments welcome.

Admission free.

** This is a new venture, and may become the first of many such events ***


Sunday 7 July

Euro Music Session

2 - 5 pm

Bar opens at 1.30 pm

Tunes from France and other parts of Europe. Plus some dancing - no previous experience necessary. No partmre necessary

Everubody welcome - admission free