The Ram Club at The Old Cranleighans Club
- Telephone 020 8686 9421
- Opening times Fri from 7.30pm (except Aug, Christmas, New Year & some bank holidays).
- Website www.theramclub.co.uk
Artists appearing at The Ram Club represent the finest musical talent to be found anywhere. The club is more than 30 years old and holds concerts on Friday nights in the intimate and atmospheric Old Cranleighans Club in Thames Ditton (the club has sole use on Friday nights). Seating for around 120, plus standing room for a few more on the busiest nights. Advance tickets are a rarity; admission is usually on on a first come, first served basis. Gather in the bar from 7.30pm, music commences 8.30pm.
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Magnificent ambassador for the music of north-east England. Bob's big projects in recent years have been playing Songman in the outstandingly successful War Horse production, and his work with The Pitmen Poets collaboration that celebrates the music and culture of north-east England. And that's just what Bob does in his…
Gentle, haunting sounds from a rising star. Having built up a formidable word-of-mouth reputation and won regional awards, Chris released his first album, "Apparitions", late in 2015 and its gentle, haunting sounds won him huge acclaim. Live, his complex fingerstyle guitar playing has a maturity that belies his youth and…
A must-see band described as 'nothing short of spectacular'. This is a powerful, dynamic yet sensitive Belfast band that delivers some of the finest renditions of traditional Irish music you could ever hear. They play an array of instruments, including banjo, mandolin, fiddle, uilleann pipes, tin whistle, guitar and…
Up-to-date twists to an electrifying traditional Celtic sound. Expect something a little different from this fascinating foursome. The band members are from Ireland, Scotland and Hungary, backgrounds that bring unusual and up-to-date twists to their full-on electrifying traditional Celtic sound - by adding various…
A traditional Irish folk singer and bouzouki-player with a versatile repertoire encompassing humorous ballads, songs of exile and popular contemporary songs.
Fri 31 Mar
Contemporary folk four-piece influenced by the traditional songs of Orkney.
The Goat Roper Rodeo Band
The Rhuddlan-based three-piece band plays traditional country blues with harmonies.
Joe Topping & Scott Poley
Great guitar playing and Joe's smooth vocals create a special blend for audiences to savour. Joe Topping is a regular star at the Ram Club, having appeared with a list of great performers - and Scott Poley is no exception. Scott is a producer, songwriter and session musician - and one of the most able guitar sidesmen in…
Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman
Exquisite talents: Kathryn and Sean form a superbly polished duo of immeasurably exquisite talents. Sean, in typical Lakeman style, is not content simply to play his guitars - he strives to extract every last ounce of passion and drama. Similarly, Kathryn is meticulous in her expressive singing and keyboard…
A husband-and-wife folk duo perform infectious folk songs with heavenly vocals alongside Northern humour.
Classic acoustic folk-blues from a ground-breaking young performer. A stimulating evening centred around the story-telling traditions of classic acoustic folk-blues is in store - with plenty of surprises thrown in. The latest album released by Sunjay, a British singer-guitarist of Asian descent, is called "Black and…
Vera van Heeringen Trio
Superbly talented musicians - mesmerising music. Mesmerisingly beautiful and simple melodies with captivating lyrics, alongside foot-tappingly delightful tunes are Vera's trademark. With a background that took her from her native Holland to the flatlands of Wales a decade ago, she has been heavily influenced by rootsy…