What’s On- Gigs And Events


we’ll try and update this page as often as possible but sometimes we’ll need a kick up the arse so feel free to do so!

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nearest date’s at the top and scroll down…


THE BIBLE CODE SUNDAYS as the most prolific band in the scene you’re never far from a BCS show! just click here for their latest up-to-date gig list.

THE CRAICHEADS are another fantastic London Irish band who play regular gigs around town so look them up here to find out their next one!

THE REELS also regulars on the London Irish pub circuit here

London Irish Celtic Punk band THE LAGAN gig every so often and in case i missed something here

Celtic-Americana band FOLLOW THE CROWS are often found treading the boards in London somewhere  here

What’s Cookin’ host weekly (sometimes more!) shows of alternative-folk and country and all sorts of other stuff we heartily approve of. Worth checking out here

As well as these it is always worth checking the web-sites of the London Irish Centre in Camden here and the newly re-opened and re-furbished Irish Cultural Centre in Hammersmith here and of course the London Welsh Centre in Kings Cross here


Friday 5th April 2019

now they got a bit big I think we are suppose to call them Folk-Punk band but they will always be Celtic-Punk to us!!! After a successful London date their tour continues as BLACK WATER COUNTY head to Guildford to play The Star Inn venue. Support from The Lagan.

Sunday 14th April 2019

Trad session at one of the best pubs in auld London town. From 6pm with Enda Mulloy (Biblecode Sundays) and Jim “The Lucky Plucker” Filgate (Clan Of Celts). All musicians welcome to come along and join in. Free Irish Stew on the day. Greenes Irish Pub, 362-364 Neasden Lane North, NW10 0BT. Facebook event here.

Saturday 20th April 2019

THE MEN THEY COULDN’T HANG play Nells Jazz And Blues Club supported by psycho-ceilidh’ers NECK.  Facebook event here. Tickets £20 here.  The venue is at 3 North End Crescent, London, W14 8TG and nearest tube -is West Kensington station only 3mins.

Friday 26th April 2019

The first dates of 2019 are for the kings of Celtic-Punk returning to these shores with a short but comprehensive tour taking in Brixton Academy again. Facebook event here.

Sadly for MAN THE LIFEBOATS and GREENMAN RISING I don’t see many Celtic-Punk fans turning up for their gig at The Slaughtered Lamb in Clerkenwell but what an alternative to the Murphys gig!

Saturday 27th April 2019

The sensational ASLAN, as part of their Charlie Moonhead Tour, will be playing their only London gig so be sure to get your tickets early. Early release tickets available at £20 + booking fee online or direct from the venue The Norbury, 1300 London Road, SW16 4DG. Venue and Tickets.

Thursday May 2nd 2019

THE UNDERTONES may be Feargal-less but can still kick out a tune or two. They play the Electric Ballroom in Camden town. Literally just a minutes walk from the tube station. With support from special guest the Neville Staple Band. Venue details here and Facebook event.

Saturday 4th May 2019


Our first gig of the year and out of our safety zone with what promises to be a night to remember!

For the first time in London’s fair city Derry City rap vagabond Danny Lynch- otherwise known as Danny Diatribe the Christy Moore of the Wu-tang variety will hit the boards. Expect intelligent conscious shit from a drunken Irish perspective! Bandcamp  Facebook

Danny will be joined by another band making their London debut THE SILK ROAD from Chesterfield who bash out a superb bit of leftfield Celtic-Punk as well as COMRADE X giving us a set of Woody Guthrie meets The Clash folk-punk.

The London Celtic Punks resident DJ Greenford Bhoy will be forsaking his usual set of Celtic-Punk and Irish Folk for a set comprising totally of Gaelic Rebel Hip-Hop before, inbetween and after the bands!
All at The Beehive, 104 Empson Street, Bow, London E3 3LT. Only 5 minutes walk (or a third of a mile according to Google maps) from Bromley-By-Bow tube station.
Admission a straight fiver in advance. Live music begins around 8pm till approx. 11-30pm and DJ till 12-30am. Check back for ticket link shortly. Maybe more bands to be confirmed so join the event here and keep up to date with all the news as it comes in. It promises to be a real night to remember!

Sunday 5th May 2019

London Gaelic Athletic Association biggest game of the season as they take on Galway in the Connacht Senior Football Championship Quarter Final clash at McGovern Park, West End Road, HA4 6QX. More details here.

Saturday 18th May 2019

Stevenage Celtic Supporters Club are putting on the infamous and bloody brilliant Celtic band CHARLIE AND THE BHOYS at their home venue Club 85. A Glasgow Celtic-themed Irish folk band from Scotland. They formed the band in the 1980s in Barlanark in the East End of Glasgow and have played the famous Glasgow Barrowland Ballroom 28 times. Ticket details here. The show finishes well in time for the last trains North and South to Cambridge/Peterborough and London and the venue is just a 5 minute stroll from the station. Charlie And The Bhoys web site.

Friday 24th- 25th May 2019

Living Irish folk legend CHRISTY MOORE plays 2 nights at the Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XX. Ticket prices range from £30 to £42 available from here. Waterloo tube is only a couple of minutes away from the venue.

Saturday 25th May 2019


Canadian folk-punkers THE DREADNOUGHTS are back in England for a couple of festivals so inbetween find time to play London at the New Cross Inn, 323 New Cross Road, London SE14 6AS. One part roaring sea shanty, one part haunting folk melody, and a solid chaser of gut-crunching street punk:The Dreadnoughts are Vancouver’s biggest, baddest, drunkest, punkest folk band. Since their humble beginnings in 2006, drinking and playing in the roughest dive bars in the city, the Dreadnoughts have built a large and loyal following in Vancouver. They are often recognized as one of the best live bands in the city. They embrace the old-school destructive chaos of live punk, and they don’t stop until the audience is exhausted, sweaty, happy, and usually pissed to the gills. Venue here Tickets £10 here

Tuesday 28th- Wednesday 29th May 2019

An intimate two night residency for the Irish group LANKUM, debuting a new live show, plus special guests at the Cafe Oto in Dalston, Hackney in East London. Save money by buying tickets for both nights together. Details and ticket link here.

Thursday 13th June 2019

THE REAL McKENZIES at the New Cross Inn. Bit of a bugger to get to this venue but well worth it. Venue here. Facebook event here



these are all the events we have put on down the days. for a much more detailed version of this go our Past Gigs section here




Go Set

CundeezVegBarColour (2)

Neck Gig


Pogues at WR

NYE Firkin




Hydropaths Gig



wakes cock

RUM Flyer



Bryan Mac

Connolly Association

Celtic Punk Invasion

Saturday 29th November 2014



Paul McGuinness Benefit Gig

tchances 4
Neck North London Punx Picnic 2013 gig

2 thoughts on “What’s On- Gigs And Events

  1. Robin Swan November 20, 2015 at 4:31 pm Reply

    The Lagan was a trio from Glasgow: my friend Billy Patton and his brother and the ‘owd crooner Arther Johnson…does the new London Irish punk band called the Lagan know this?


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