Cecil Sharp House

Cecil Sharp House
2 Regents Park Road, London, NW1 7AY

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Cajun Xmas Party With The Bearcats

File Gumbo Xmas party with live Cajun music from 8.00-10.50pm The Bearcat Cajun Playboys are arguably the best traditional Cajun band in the UK, led by the legendary Chris Hall. Support, from 8pm, is by the New River Cajun Ramblers playing their debut gig at File Gumbo.

Fri 9 Dec

Camden Voices

The amateur choir performs a broad selection of songs from jazz, soul, pop and other genres.

Thu 8 Dec

£12; £11 early bird (£9)

Ceilidh Club

With a wonderful band and a caller who will let you know the steps, no experience is necessary, just turn up and have a go.

Sat 17 Dec

£16.50

Fri 6 Jan 2017

£16.50

Fri 13 Jan 2017

£16.50

…and 2 more dates until 3 Feb 2017

Ceilidh Club

Three hours of dancing to a live band and a caller.

Fri 9 Dec

£16.50 (£10) / 07813 269204

Sat 17 Dec

£16.50 (£10) / 07813 269204

Damien Jurado

The country folk singer performs songs from his album Maraqopa.

Sun 19 Mar 2017

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Festive Gathering

The Cecil Sharp House Choir performs seasonal songs and carols, plus support from Tim van Eyken.

Sun 18 Dec

£15; £10 under 26s

Fleetwood Cave At Cecil Sharp House

Bringing their Spring Tour to a close, singer/songwriter duo Fleetwood Cave make their first appearance at Cecil Sharp House. In the intimate surroundings of Trefusis Hall, join them to celebrate the launch of their album 'People Like Us'. With some very special guests to be announced. www.fleetwoodcave.com

Great Gatsby Christmas Party With The Art Deco Orchestra

Live jazz returns to the Cecil Sharp House for another Great Gatsby Christmas Party.

Martyn Joseph

Cult singer-songwriter, described as the 'Welsh Springsteen', making social and spiritual comment through his acoustic songs.

Thu 19 Jan 2017

£16; £10 youth ticket

The Massive Violins

Seven singing cellists perform a selection of covers of conic rock and pop songs; from Good Vibrations to All About That Bass, plus some classical works for good measure.

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Monday Folk Choir Workshops

Explore choral folk song arrangements in a relaxed and friendly environment in fortnightly sessions. Promoted by the English Folk Dance and Song Society.

Mon 5 Dec

£70 (£56)

New Years Eve Ceilidh

See in the New Year in the company of a traditional folk dance band, performing country-dances from around the British Isles.

Sat 31 Dec

£28; £20 under 26s

Owen Jones On Optimism

From Trump to Brexit, Syria to ISIS, we live in dark and turbulent times. Hardly a day passes without new stories of terrorism, tragedy and turmoil somewhere around the globe, while our own nation has never looked more divided or uncertain of its place in the world. Faced with such a grim picture on every newsfeed and…

Sun 11 Dec

Owen Jones on Optimism at The School of Life

Owen Jones discusses how, despite turbulent political times, there may still be something to feel cheerful about.

Philosophy and Rhetoric: Companions or Rivals?

A study and discussion of Plato's The Gorgias.

Mon 12 Dec

Free (donations welcome)

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Scottish Dancing And Ceilidh

A Ceilidh evening. Three hours of the best entertainment you'll ever experience.

Fri 6 Jan 2017

Sharp's Folk Club

Long established and much-loved folk club, with monthly guest nights. Floor singers always welcome.

Tue 6 Dec

£3.50; £3 performers

Tue 20 Dec

£3.50; £3 performers

We need to talk about Lionel Shriver

Psychologist Tanya Byron discusses the author of We Need to Talk About Kevin, Lionel Shriver.

Tue 17 Jan 2017

A Winter Union

Jade Ward, Debbie Hanna, Ben Savage, Hannah Sanders, Cliff Ward and Stu Hanna collaborate on a selection of festive folk songs.

Thu 15 Dec

£16; £10 under 26s

The Young'uns

Beguiling audiences with humour, bold vocals, gripping storylines and innate musicality plus a growing reputation in the folk world for sublime a cappella harmonies.

Sat 10 Dec

£14

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