The Ram Club at The Old Cranleighans Club

The Ram Club at The Old Cranleighans Club
Portsmouth Road, Thames Ditton, Surrey, KT7 0HB
  • Telephone 020 8686 9421
  • Opening times Fri from 7.30pm (except Aug, Christmas, New Year & some bank holidays).
  • Email
  • Website www.theramclub.co.uk
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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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The Black Feathers

Stunning duo; blissfully simple and beautiful singing and playing Relish an unmissable evening of blissfully simple and beautiful singing and playing from this stunning Gloucester-based duo - Ray Hughes, originally from Dublin, on guitar and vocals, and singer Sian Chandler. They have the most gorgeously well-matched…

Fri 7 Jul

£11 ( £10) / 020 8686 9421

  • 20:15 – 23:15

Chris Sherburn & Denny Bartley, With Emily Sanders

Surprises and laughter Denny's evocative singing does not simply call up images of the west of Ireland, it transports you there. Add in Chris's warmly witty banter and concertina playing and Emily's vocals and fiddle playing and the package is complete. This is a trio steeped in traditional folk music. Chris grew up in a…

Fri 2 Jun

£11 ( £10) / 020 8686 9421

  • 20:15 – 23:15

The Georgia Shackleton Trio

Lively trio with a bright, sweet and toe-tapping sound This lively young trio combine vocals, fiddle, guitar and mandolin to play a blend of old time, bluegrass and self penned material. Georgia, a graduate of the renowned Newcastle folk degree course, accompanies herself on the fiddle, and writes "wordy songs about other…

Fri 16 Jun

£11 ( £10) / 020 8686 9421

  • 20:15 – 23:15

Jack Blackman

This young singer-songwriter is surely going places Catch Jack while you can. This young singer-songwriter is going places with his deliciously fluid and natural guitar playing and accomplished vocals. His original songs have been described as a "full length masterpiece" and, with a varied repertoire, he can tackle a…

Fri 14 Jul

£10 ( £9) / 020 8686 9421

  • 20:15 – 23:15

The James Findlay Trio

An incredibly mature voice in harmony with timeless music James's vocals are incredibly mature, precise and expressive for a man of his slender years - and a very fine fiddle player he is, too. Jon Dyer on double bass and flute and Alfie Gidley on guitar and mandolin make up the trio and their material is focused on…

Fri 23 Jun

£11 ( £10) / 020 8686 9421

  • 20:15 – 23:15

Pete Morton

Nottingham-born singer-songwriter performing songs about politics, love, tragedy and comedy.

Fri 30 Jun

£10 ( £9) / 020 8686 9421

  • 20:15 – 23:15

Robin Laing

Superb interpreter of traditional Scottish songs and writer of many new ones Our summer season draws to a splendid conclusion with an evening of fun and laughter from Robin, a superb interpreter of traditional Scottish songs and writer of many new ones. He is a renowned Scotch whisky expert and has dedicated many of his…

Fri 21 Jul

£10 ( £9) / 020 8686 9421

  • 20:15 – 23:15

Zak Hobbs

Young and emerging talent with a top musical pedigree Zak picked up the guitar aged 11 and by 14 had played prestigious venues such as the Royal Albert Hall and Royal Festival Hall, thanks to his musical pedigree. Still a young and emerging talent, he is the grandson of Richard and Linda Thompson and is continuing in the…

Fri 9 Jun

£10 ( £9) / 020 8686 9421

  • 20:15 – 23:15