View and/or print out a list of forthcoming guests for Spring/Summer 2018 Downloadable and printable copy of the flyer

Or view our programme below:

Friday 19th October 2018 – Dave Ellis & Boo Howard launch “Great Pleasure”

This is Dave and Boo’s launch gig for their new album!

A top class duo and regular Ram visitors, Dave and Boo cover the full range of emotions in their songs, from the quirky and funny to the ethereal and deeply moving. We are privileged to be the venue at which their new album is officially launched – and the album, “Great Pleasure”, displays all the class of their previous works. Boo’s voice is full of emotion and her acoustic bass playing smooth and melodic. Dave’s harmonies and beautifully crafted guitar technique create a perfectly balanced sound that works in every corner of their fantastically varied repertoire.

£10 members/£11 non-members

Friday 26th October 2018 – John Smith – a ticket-only event. SOLD OUT


We’re delighted to announce that acclaimed Devon guitarist and singer-songwriter John Smith – as part of an extensive Canadian and European tour to launch his forthcoming folk album – will be gracing the Ram Club stage this autumn.

All tickets have now sold – and because of heavy demand, we’re sorry that we’ve had to close the waiting list for returns, too.  


£12 members/£15 non-members

Friday 2nd November 2018 – Dan McKinnon

Sensitive and warm-hearted – and powerful story-telling

We’ll be transported to the wilds of Nova Scotia by the mellow and melodic singing of this honey-voiced performer. Sensitive and warm-hearted, Dan has been compared to Stan Rogers and is an equally powerful story-teller, singing and playing with lilting passion and skill. Steeped in the history of his homeland, Dan combines original compositions with carefully crafted interpretations of traditional material.

£9 members/£10 non-members

Friday 9th November 2018 – Jenkins’ Ear

A mighty fanfare of voices that conjures up the spray of the sea

You can feel the sea breeze and taste the salty spray in the music of Jenkins’ Ear. When their five strong male voices, including Ram Club stalwart Ian Palmer, burst into the rhythm of a shanty, it is a mighty fanfare that reminds us how vital such work songs have always been. But there’s much more to Jenkins’ Ear than the robust life aboard ship, as they blend in the delicate and the intricate with some fine musicianship, too.

£11 members/£12 non-members

Friday 16th November 2018 – Dallahan + support act, Trio Dhoore

An international experience, from groovy to tender and graceful

A truly international experience as the Scottish, Irish and Hungarian influences in Dallahan fuse into a montage of styles, from jazz, funk, pop and classical – but all rooted in traditional Irish music. We are being treated to an album launch, too, as their new CD “Smallworld” is released. Jani Lang (fiddle, vocals), Jack Badcock (guitar, vocals), Andrew Waite (accordion), Ciarán Ryan (banjo, mandolin, fiddle), and Bev Morris (double bass) sway elegantly between punchy, groovy, tender and graceful.

As an extra treat, we have three brothers – Ward, Hartwin, and Koen Dhoore – playing in support. They have been touring Europe and Canada and promise a musical adventure featuring innovative folk music.

£11 members/£13 non-members

Friday 23rd November 2018 – Wizz Jones

A ground-breaking guitarist; a living legend, not to be missed

An inspiration to the likes of Eric Clapton and John Renbourn, Wizz has long been a ground-breaking guitarist with a dazzling blues-folk style honed on the 1960s busker trails of Europe and North Africa. He is also a noted songwriter whose composition, “When I Leave Berlin”, was sung by Bruce Springsteen – just one of many tributes and accolades. Wizz is a living legend of the folk circuit and we get to see him up close.

£9 members/£10 non-members

Friday 30th November 2018 – Máire Ni Chathasaigh & Chris Newman

‘Brilliance and beauty’

Not one genuine virtuoso instrumentalist, but two! As the Irish Music Magazine said, they have a “brilliance and beauty that brings tears to the eyes”. Chris is a master of his instrument and is witty, engaging and informative when educating an audience about the music they are about to play. Meanwhile, Máire takes her harp into uncharted territory, extending its boundaries into jazz, bluegrass and much more.

£11 members/£13 non-members

Friday 7th December 2018 – Bruce Molsky

Captivating singing and fiddle playing from the mountains

Bruce’s songs are so rooted in America’s old-time mountain music that his stage should be the front porch of a log cabin, which would quickly be surrounded by admiring fans of his captivating fiddle playing and singing. Yet as a boy he was a “street kid” in the Bronx who only escaped New York for the hills of Virginia in the 1970s. Bruce has given us many memorable evenings in the past and we’re ready for another.

£10 members/£12 non-members

Friday 14th December 2018 – Goat Roper Rodeo Band / Christmas Party

An all-ticket event

This unique trio from north Wales took the club by storm last year and just had to be invited back as the star guests at our Christmas event. They call their style “cosmic country blues” and it’s lively, rocking and perfect for a party, with three voices, two acoustic guitars and an upright bass played by Tom and Jim Davies and Sam Roberts. Tables laden with festive fayre, spectacular raffle prizes, and a carefree and relaxed atmosphere – plus our amazing guests with their laid-back humour – will really set the party alight. Unmissable. Ticket details will appear here once finalised.

£10 members/£12 non-members