Being in the buzz of Camden, the London Irish Centre has been a hub of social activity since its doors first opened in 1954. Not only does the venue offer a vast range of Irish social events, we’re also home to the Camden Cabaret Club, Stand Up Camden and about to commence our second year participating in Camden Fringe.

 

CAMDEN CABARET CLUB

The Camden Cabaret Club offers various nights out not to be missed. Ranging from monthly comedy nights with Stand Up Camden, regular dining experiences with London’s best ‘The House of Burlesque’ and much more…

Join the Camden Cabaret Club for FREE today.

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Did you know we’re the home of…

 

 

London Irish Centre charity

North London Wine School

Off To Work

Irish Theatre

White Collar Boxing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Celtic Craic

Date: 22nd February 2018

Time: 20:00 - 23:00

Celtic Craic

‘Irish Theatre’ presents ‘Celtic Craic’, a regular monthly night of Irish music, poetry, prose and play readings, featuring the best in up-and-coming Irish writers and performers.

There’s Guinness on tap, Taytos in full supply, red lemonade in the fridge, and an evening of entertainment you won’t find anywhere else in London. What’s not to love!

This is a free event, though donations are welcome and will go directly to the artists. Suitable for all ages.

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Irish Theatre presents Her Ladyship

Start date: 26th February 2018

End date: 28th February 2018

Time: 19:30 - 21:30

Location: The London Irish Centre

Irish Theatre presents Her Ladyship

Written and directed by John Dunne and starring Penelope Dudley.

Featuring  Augusta Gregory, founding member of the  Abbey Theatre with Yeats and Synge at the turn of the 20th century.

From rural Ireland, A tale of an invisible woman behind the formation of the Abbey Theatre.

3 night run only!

The Green Crow

Date: 5th March 2018

Time: 19:30 - 21:30

Location: The London Irish Centre

The Green Crow

Rehearsed Reading- The Green Crow by Jan Harris The play takes place over one day in 1964; one of the last days in the life of the playwright Sean O’Casey in his home Devon where he is living in exile having turned his back on Dublin and the Abbey Theatre. John, a young naïve intruder, wants O’Casey to autograph three old scripts, given to him by his “Auld Granny”, from the Abbey Theatre. He has nothing more on his mind than one day soon they might be valuable. How will Eileen and Sean O’Casey respond to his request and what if anything will John learn from the encounter? The play will be followed with a Q&A session with the writer.

Every picture tells a story

Date: 6th March 2018

Time: 19:30 - 21:30

Location: The London Irish Centre

Every picture tells a story

“Every Picture Tells A Story “- Monologues and Playlets. Last year we invited people to write a short monologue or playlet that had taken its inspiration from a painting by an Irish artist. We have had a great response with many people from all over the country taking part. This evening, we showcase the winning entries and those who came close’ with pieces being performed by professional actors.

Over the Teacups – Int. National Women’s Day show

Date: 8th March 2018

Time: 19:30 - 20:30

Location: The London Irish Centre

Over the Teacups – Int. National Women’s Day show

Exclusively for International Women’s Day storyteller Cathianne Hall brings alive ‘Over the Teacups’.

The Victorian agony and advice magazine column is part of the hidden history of the building that is now The London Irish Centre.

Join the suffrage debate, pick up vintage beauty tips, win peculiar prizes and experience 1890s stand up comedy as we meet real Victorian women with real issues, real ambitions and real lives – many of which still echo our own.

International Women’s Day celebrations

Date: 8th March 2018

Time: 19:00 - 23:30

Location: The London Irish Centre

International Women’s Day celebrations

An evening to celebrate the creative talents of women living in London. From storey telling and wine tasting, to live music and an art exhibition.

7:00 pm Exhibition opens

7:00 pm Wine tasting with Heidi Cullip

7:30 pm ‘Over the Teacups’ by Cathianne Hall

8:00 pm Singer-songwriter showcase

Mothering Sunday – Mammy’s Day

Date: 11th March 2018

Time: 14:00 - 16:30

Location: The London Irish Centre

Mothering Sunday – Mammy’s Day

There’s no better place to bring your Irish Mammy this mothering Sunday than to Camden’s London Irish Centre! We have a special treat in store with Afternoon Tea, prosecco and live traditional Irish music.

There’s only 50 spaces available and we’re expecting this to sell out in no time. So don’t delay and reserve your table today. Once you’ve booked your tickets a member of our events team will be in contact to allocate your table.

St Patrick’s Day Rugby lunch

Date: 17th March 2018

Time: 12:00 - 18:00

Location: The London Irish Centre

St Patrick’s Day Rugby lunch

 

Ireland vs England 6 Nations Rugby

Join us at the London Irish Centre to celebrate St Patrick’s Day with a traditional bacon and cabbage lunch, followed by guaranteed seats to watch Ireland vs England 6 Nations Rugby. Booking in advance is essential.

 

 

Phoenix Collective Returns

Date: 18th March 2018

Time: 19:00 - 22:00

Location: The London Irish Centre

Phoenix Collective Returns

The Phoenix Collective are BACK!

Sliced Events are delighted to welcome back The Phoenix Collective for a St Patrick’s special, rounding off the weekend’s festivities in style.

The original West End cast of ‘Once’ reunite to bring you an evening of great music, dancing and much more. There’s no better way to close out your St Paddy’s celebrations!

All ages welcome. Limited availability, no tickets will be available at the door. This event will have a mixture of standing space and seating. Seating is unallocated, and will be given on a ‘first come, first served basis’

Wetnose Animal Aid – Fundraiser

Date: 24th March 2018

Time: 18:30 - 23:00

Location: The London Irish Centre

Wetnose Animal Aid – Fundraiser

We’re beating the winter blues with a fabulous party for 2 wonderful animal charities, Paws 2 Rescue and Wetnose Animal Aid. We have Charity film clips with our glamorous host’s TV Presenter Wendy Turner-Webster and Anneka Svenska, Vegan food, Singers, Comedians, DJ, Raffle prizes, Auction prices and so much more…. Lots of fun and surprises so make a date in your diary, all funds raised go to these 2 charities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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