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The ram guitar pictures to print-colour2bRam Club features some of the world’s finest musicians on stage every Friday night and is one of the most successful acoustic music venues in the UK. The atmosphere is informal and this is reflected in the warmth and intimacy of the weekly concerts. It is called a club but everyone, whether a member or not, is made more than welcome. Just turn up and pay at the door (we very rarely sell tickets in advance).

The concerts are held at the Old Cranleighan Club in Thames Ditton, Surrey.  The bar opens at 7.30pm and the hall doors open at 8.15pm.

CARA DILLON on MARCH 11 – SOLD OUT
ALL TICKETS, INCLUDING STANDING, ARE NOW SOLD 
We will update the website if there are any returns



Friday 12th February 2016 – Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin

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Superbly sensitive and delicate artistry

Just look at the wonderful videos on their website, or their incredible version of “The Boy That Wouldn’t Hoe Corn” on YouTube to see how brilliant this pair is. Each video perfectly captures the sensitivity and delicacy of their playing, with every note speaking volumes. Phillip plays slide guitar and Hannah plays banjo and fiddle – and their voices are full of richness and character. They were justly rewarded for their exquisite and alluring sound when they won Best Duo at the 2014 BBC folk awards.

£10 members/£12 non-members

Friday 19th February 2016 – Findlay Napier

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Musical storytelling bringing to life the characters in his songs

A Scottish singer-songwriter specialising in musical storytelling, employing an eclectic mix of styles, rhythms and moods to bring to life the characters in his songs, all woven together by the clarity of Findlay’s vocals. His 2014 debut album, “Very Interesting Persons”, won a rosy reception: each song is about an individual from history, and features the versatile Boo Hewerdine as co-writer and producer.

£9 members/£10 non-members

Friday 26th February 2016 – Allan Taylor

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One of the foremost songwriters and performers of his generation

Allan left his home town of Brighton at the age of 21 to become part of London’s vibrant folk scene – and never looked back. He has since travelled the world, growing in experience and stature and is now hailed as one of the foremost songwriters and performers of his generation. His songs have been covered by artists ranging from Don Williams to Fairport Convention and Nana Mouskouri and his own performances are laced with tales from the road – and the expertise he gathered while gaining a Ph.D on songwriting.

£9 members/£10 non-members


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