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…

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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: 28th February 2019

Time: 7pm - 9pm

Location: The London Irish Centre

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.

Live at the Camden Chapel – Write Like a Girl

Date: 28th February 2019

Time: 7pm – 10pm

Location: The London Irish Centre

Live at the Camden Chapel – Write Like a Girl

Sliced Events and TALENTBANQ are delighted to collaborate on this new live music series that is totally artist and audience focused.

Our cosy chapel space will be a “listening venue” for a maximum audience of 40 people, with a small stage, top quality sound, festival style cushion seating and a licensed bar.

Patrons will be welcomed with a free refreshing cold beer (non alcoholic also available) sponsored by Heineken.

 

Click on the ‘Tickets’ link for further details on this week’s featured artist.

Live at the Camden Chapel – Rotem

Date: 7th March 2019

Time: 7pm – 10pm

Location: The London Irish Centre

Live at the Camden Chapel – Rotem

Sliced Events and TALENTBANQ are delighted to collaborate on this new live music series that is totally artist and audience focused.

Our cosy chapel space will be a “listening venue” for a maximum audience of 40 people, with a small stage, top quality sound, festival style cushion seating and a licensed bar.

Patrons will be welcomed with a free refreshing cold beer (non alcoholic also available) sponsored by Heineken.

 

Click on the ‘Tickets’ link for further details on this week’s featured artist.

Murder at The Merrion Hotel – A Murder Mystery Dining Experience

Date: 13th March 2019

Time: 7pm – 10.30pm

Location: The London Irish Centre

Murder at The Merrion Hotel – A Murder Mystery Dining Experience

Dublin’s Merrion Hotel is the ultimate couples retreat – beautiful gardens, luxury spa treatments, and ‘Michelin Star’ quality dining. It is the picture of bliss…until a body is found floating face down in the hot tub, that is! Determined not to receive another bad TripAdvisor review (he swears the trifle was still within it’s ‘best before’ date), the irascible Hotel Manager decides to investigate the crime himself.

As he begins the inquiry, it becomes clear that this hotel has more than just coat hangers hiding in the closet. With traitorous staff, incompetent service and impromptu yoga exercises, this is a reservation you’ll never forget!

Join The London Irish Centre and Moonstone London for an evening of Murder Mystery, filled with plot-twists, suspicious suspects and plenty of red herrings along the way! Tonight, you are the detectives and it’s your job to crack the case before it’s too late. Can you #CatchTheKiller? Then check into the Merrion for dinner – they say the food is to die for….

The Guinness Girl by Maria McAteer

Date: 14th March 2019

Time: 19:00 - 22:00

Location: The London Irish Centre

The Guinness Girl by Maria McAteer

Following the success of the sell-out show “One Last Look” in August 2018. Award-winning playwright Maria McAteer is delighted to return to The Irish Centre to premiere her new play “The Guinness Girl.”

This moving, humorous and provocative play follows the story of a young black girl growing up in Newcastle Upon Tyne in 1974 with an Irish mother. A time when prejudices were at a peak towards the Irish and all immigrants. A time when putting on her Irish dance shoes and dancing was her only escape.

 

Written by Maria McAteer

Directed by Karen Spicer

Starring: Rebecca Kenny, Maria McAteer & Karen Spicer

Celtic Craic – St Patrick’s Special

Date: 14th March 2019

Time: 7pm - 9pm

Location: The London Irish Centre

Celtic Craic – St Patrick’s Special

‘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.

Live at the Camden Chapel – Sadie Jemmett Single Launch

Date: 14th March 2019

Time: 7pm – 10pm

Location: The London Irish Centre

Live at the Camden Chapel – Sadie Jemmett Single Launch

Sliced Events and TALENTBANQ are delighted to collaborate on this new live music series that is totally artist and audience focused.

Our cosy chapel space will be a “listening venue” for a maximum audience of 40 people, with a small stage, top quality sound, festival style cushion seating and a licensed bar.

Patrons will be welcomed with a free refreshing cold beer (non alcoholic also available) sponsored by Heineken.

 

Click on the ‘Tickets’ link for further details on this week’s featured artist.

Lisa Canny & Band, with support from Megan O’Neill

Date: 15th March 2019

Time: 7pm – 10.30pm

Location: The London Irish Centre

Lisa Canny & Band, with support from Megan O’Neill

Kick off St Patrick’s weekend the right way at the London Irish Centre, and experience the best in modern Irish folk music from Lisa Canny and band, with support from Megan O’Neill.

Following a storming first headliner gig here in December, Lisa Canny returns with her full band to take London by storm with her unique and extraordinary fusion of Irish folk and hip-hop.

Born and bred in County Mayo, Ireland, Lisa Canny is a notably talented musician; best known for her enchanting covers and captivating live performances. Canny is gifted with empowering confidence and a charming sense of honesty.

Crowned UK “Future Music’s” Songwriting Champion in 2016, followed closely by a Late Late Show performance, a top 5 debut E.P. release and a sell-out UK and Ireland tour in May 2018 the most exciting and consummate stage of Lisa Canny’s career is now pouring vehemently over the horizon.

Lisa is supported by chart-topping and multi-award winning Irish-born singer/songwriter Megan O’Neill; certainly one of the most exciting Americana artists on the UK – Irish scene. A long-time musician and song-writer, Megan has previously lived in Nashville but now resides between Ireland and London.

Expect a night of extraordinary music from these artists, and bring your dancing shoes!

The Guinness Girl by Maria McAteer

Date: 15th March 2019

Time: 19:00 - 22:00

Location: The London Irish Centre

The Guinness Girl by Maria McAteer

Following the success of the sell-out show “One Last Look” in August 2018. Award-winning playwright Maria McAteer is delighted to return to The Irish Centre to premiere her new play “The Guinness Girl.”

This moving, humorous and provocative play follows the story of a young black girl growing up in Newcastle Upon Tyne in 1974 with an Irish mother. A time when prejudices were at a peak towards the Irish and all immigrants. A time when putting on her Irish dance shoes and dancing was her only escape.

 

Written by Maria McAteer

Directed by Karen Spicer

Starring: Rebecca Kenny, Maria McAteer & Karen Spicer

The Guinness Girl by Maria McAteer

Date: 16th March 2019

Time: 17:30 - 19:30

Location: The London Irish Centre

The Guinness Girl by Maria McAteer

Following the success of the sell-out show “One Last Look” in August 2018. Award-winning playwright Maria McAteer is delighted to return to The Irish Centre to premiere her new play “The Guinness Girl.”

This moving, humorous and provocative play follows the story of a young black girl growing up in Newcastle Upon Tyne in 1974 with an Irish mother. A time when prejudices were at a peak towards the Irish and all immigrants. A time when putting on her Irish dance shoes and dancing was her only escape.

 

Written by Maria McAteer

Directed by Karen Spicer

Starring: Rebecca Kenny, Maria McAteer & Karen Spicer

 

 

 

 

 

 

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