Ye Olde Rose And Crown Theatre Pub

Ye Olde Rose And Crown Theatre Pub
53-55 Hoe Street, London, E17 4SA
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110 In Cabaret - London

What: 110 in Cabaret When: Monday 22 May Where: Ye Old Rose and Crown Pub, 53-55 Hoe St, Walthamstow, London E17 4SA Tickets: £10 Join the cast of '110 in the Shade' as they perform some of their favourites from West End to Broadway, Disney to Frank Sinatra. The show is sponsored by the producers…

110 In The Shade

110 IN THE SHADE Book by N. Richard Nash Music by Harvey Schmidt Lyrics by Tom Jones We are thrilled to announce we will stage a rare London revival of the 1963 musical 110 IN THE SHADE. Penned by Harvey Schmidt and Tom Jones (the songwriting team behind the Worlds Longest Running Musical THE FANTASTICKS) the…

…and 15 more dates until 28 May

DLM (Davis Lindley Mullan) + Crayon Angels + The Mild East

Davis Lindley Mullan, otherwise known as DLM, are a 3 piece acoustic trio based in the West Country. Andrew Cresswell Davis has honed his superb songwriting skills over many years and DLM are a vehicle for some of the finest songs Andy has ever written. As well as being a stalwart of the mighty Stackridge, he was one half…

Dovetail Trio At Walthamstow Folk

Presenting England's traditional songs with a bold and fresh approach, The Dovetail Trio explores familiar narratives and modern themes with infectious energy and a passion for musical heritage. A limited number of advance tickets are on sale. You may still be able to pay on the night but please remember to get here…

Jimmy Aldridge & Sid Goldsmith At Walthamstow Folk

Club regulars will be familiar with our pal Jimmy Aldridge who often visits and treats us to some gorgeous clawhammer banjo playing. Tonight he's bringing his pal Sid Goldsmith with whom he just happens to make a highly acclaimed folk duo who play traditional and original music of the British Isles. Over the last…

Rattle On The Stovepipe At Walthamstow Folk

One of the best old-timey outfits in the country, Rattle On The Stovepipe feature Dave Arthur on guitar, 5-string banjo, melodeon, percussion and vocals, Dan Stewart on 5-string banjo, guitar, fiddle and harmony vocals and our mate Pete Cooper on fiddle and mandolin. Together this trio of master musicians can take on…

Red Imp Presents Ed Byrne Extended Set

Ed Byrne does an extended set of 40min. Star of MOck The Week., Have I Got News, THe Unbelievable Truth "Charming Irish brilliance" The Guardian "He'll make you smile, he'll make you laugh, he'll make you want to fall in love with him" The Stage with support from the very skilful Debra-Jane Appelby Winner of both The…

Red Imp Presents Tom Stade & Vladimir Mctavish

Been trying to get Tom Stade to Walthamstow for ages so we are very excited about this in fact we wanted him so much we changed our date to a Wednesday night! Since arriving in the UK, Canadian émigré Tom Stade has steadily earned a reputation as one of the most original and exciting stand-up talents around. He instantly…

The Rheingans Sisters At Walthamstow Folk

Fiddle-singers Rowan and Anna have gone from 2016 BBC Radio 2 Folk Award Nominees for the Horizon prize for best newcomers to establishing themselves as one of the most respected duos on the scene. Playing traditional material as well as their own songs and compositions, in addition to their duelling fiddles and…

Sally Ironmonger & Brian Carter At Walthamstow Folk

Sally and Brian are familiar faces around the folk clubs and festivals. A superb songwriter with a voice that doesn't back down, along with fine guitar backing. A limited number of advance tickets are on sale. You may still be able to pay on the night but please remember to get here early if doing so as show may…

Stick In The Wheel At Walthamstow Folk

The East Londoners who have gone in a few years to being one of the biggest names in Folk Music. Stick In The Wheel play with a intensity unmatched anywhere else on the folk scene. They play the music of our people. They sing in our own accents. They record in our kitchens and living rooms. This is our culture…

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