The Ram Club at Old Cranleighan Club
- Telephone 020 8686 9421
- Opening times Fri from 7.30pm (except Aug & some bank holidays).
- Website www.theramclub.co.uk
The Ram Club, which has been running for almost 30 years, is held on Friday nights in the intimate and atmospheric surroundings of the Old Cranleighans Club in Thames Ditton (of which 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 and admission is invariably on on a first come, first served basis.
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Amazing Mr Smith
Eccentric comic musician.
A mix of alternative acoustic and indie-rock from the London-based singer-songwriter and musician.
Entertaining folk session.
Songs from the American folk anthology and traditional Irish and Scottish folk tracks by the singer.
Liz Simcock Trio
The band performs popular tunes.
Canterbury-born folk roots singer-songwriter.
Maire Ni Chathasaigh & Chris Newman
The award-winning harpist and her accompanying guitarist perform traditional Irish folk and country.
Brilliant mix of English tradition and American music from the virtuoso fingerstyle guitarist and singer, a former BBC Radio 2 Folk Musician of the Year.
Like a modern-day travelling bard, Pete Coe plays narrative folk songs, ballads, rural yarns, travellers' tales and other songs he's picked up from a life on the road.
Relaxed vibes and mellow, acoustic folk tunes from the trio.
The South London-based singer-songwriter and guitarist performs folk songs.
Tom McConville & David Newey
Traditional folk from the fiddle player and singer with the guitarist.
Witty and honest songwriting from the elder statesman of folk.
Renowned blues guitarist, known for his folk fusion and influence on the music of Eric Clapton, John Renbourn and Ralph McTell.