Friday, 10 January 2014

Everyman Folk Club - on the move (again)

The Cross Keys
While I was in the Lion Tavern in Liverpool last night for the monthly singaround, I learnt that the Everyman Folk Club is on the move again. It was originally in the Everyman Bistro, part of the Everyman Theatre, until the building was closed for a major refurbishment. It moved to the Fly In The Loaf, and after that to Osqa's Bar, an entirely unsuitable venue in my opinion.

From next Wednesday evening (15th), it will meet weekly in the upstairs function room in the Cross Keys, 13 Earle Street, Liverpool L3 9NS (tel: 0151 236 5640), about 7 minutes walk from Moorfields Station, slightly longer from James Street Station. The pub serves real ale and was recently taken over by Sean and Michael, the team that has successfully run the Lion in recent years. With any luck the Everyman Folk Club has now found a suitable home, rather than the folk club equivalent of a couch to crash out on, and as it's a real ale pub (unlike Osqa's), I may be tempted to visit.

1 comment:

  1. Highly successful first night with 60+ attending.
    Hopefully have a permanent home now.


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