Islington Folk Club


The Islington Folk Club is an old-established club which has met at various venues since the early 1970s. Its continuing aim is to present the best available artists, from the fiercely traditional to the frankly eccentric. The professional guest artists are supported every week by the house band - The Angel Band - and by resident singers.

Keep up with news from the club on our Facebook page: Islington Folk Club or our Twitter account: IslingtonFolk.

Since 2009 the Club has held an annual Trad2Mad competition for unaccompanied solo singers.

Programme

We normally meet every Thursday (except in July and August); the evenings begin at 8pm (doors open normally at 7.30) and end by 10.45pm. See our programme giving details of forthcoming bookings.

Venue

We are now meeting at:

The Taproom
163 Upper Street
Islington
London
N1 1US

The nearest station is Highbury and Islington (Victoria line, London Overground and National Rail). Angel station (Northern line) is also walkable. Buses 4, 19, 30 and 43 run along Upper Street from both. Public transport information can be obtained from Transport for London. There is a map of the area on the UK Street Map Page.

Admission

Admission is normally (see lisings for variations) £8.00 (£6.00 for members). Cash only -- sorry, we don't take cards. You don't have to be a member to attend, nor do you have to apply for membership in advance.

Floor singers are very welcome -- we can usually fit you in; please note that we don't offer any reduction in the normal admission price. Email floorspots@islingtonfolkclub.co.uk or contact Bernard Puckett (address below). If you're looking for a booking, contact Bernard Puckett (bookings@islingtonfolkclub.co.uk) -- but much the best way of being considered is to come along and do a floor spot.

Contact

For further information contact:

Bernard Puckett
29 Macleod Rd
Highlands Village
LONDON
N21 1SW

Telephone: (020) 8360 8610

Or:

Email Martin Nail at info@islingtonfolkclub.co.uk.


Page created by Martin Nail. Last revised 8th June 2018