Welcome to Clydesdale Folk Club
Set in the picturesque heart of the South Lanarkshire countryside, close to The Borders, the town of Biggar offers residents and visitors a variety of art, music, theatre and general entertainment, of which Clydesdale Folk Club is an integral part.
Our regular club nights are held on the last Thursday of every month and we also host various concerts throughout the year.
If you like traditional or contemporary folk music and blues, Clydesdale Folk Club gives you the opportunity to see local, national and international artistes and bands at an affordable price.
You can also attend and participate in one of our acoustic music nights.
We would love to welcome you as a member or simply as a visitor
Clydesdale Folk Club would like to pay tribute to its former committee member and friend, David Roberts, who sadly passed away in 2005
For more details about David Robert's commemorative CD, click HERE
NEWS UPDATE 2nd January 2023
Club nights 2023
A Happy New Year to all our members and supporters of Clydesdale Folk Club
We are pleased to announce that performers have been secured for all club nights of the first six months of 2023. As always, we have tried to be as diverse as possible and to include something for everyone. Traditional and Contemporary Scotish folk music, Americana and even a little hint of Country music.
As with any music club we do rely on the support of our membership. Following our enforced shutdown due to the pandemic, it was apparant, from numbers recorded on the door, that many people were still reluctant to go out in 2022. It would therefore be great to see this change in 2023 and that we see more of you at the club.
We do appreciate you continuing to be members of Clydesdale Folk Club and we hope that you are able to support your club and keep live music alive! For those of you who are not members yet, we would love to see as many of you as possible
10th Jan 2023
It is with deep regret that we have to report the death of one of our members, Ted Bowen.
Ted regularly attended our club nights with his wife Margaret. He was a talented artist, sculpture and, on our acoustic nights, he would often entertain us by singing and playing his self penned songs. Some serious and some just very funny. Ted was known for his wicked sense of humour, which became all too apparent both in his music and his paintings.
Our thoughts are with Margaret at this sad time.