We are so delighted to be welcoming Jackie Oates back to the Goose! And our support artists tonight are all appearing at the Goose for the first time (and hopefully not the last!)
We are sure she needs no introduction, but just in case you have somehow missed her, Jackie Oates is an absolutely fantastic singer and fiddle player. Her unique treatment of English ballads and songs and pure, haunting singing style quickly established her at the forefront of the “new” English folk revival.
Brazen Thieves combine contemporary and classical influences to create new and interesting takes on traditional songs, with a strong emphasis on harmony singing.
With notable influences from folk, blues and a myriad other genres, Tabby’s Barbera’s lyrics have strong visual imagery, accompanied by guitar or banjo.
Following a change in management at The Ivy House, we have just found out that we are no longer allowed to have people under eighteen at any of our nights (except the Singaround up to 8pm). We are very very sorry about this.
We have asked WeGotTickets to contact everybody who has bought concessionary tickets for our forthcoming concerts. If any of these are for under eighteens, we will arrange a refund via WeGotTickets.
If you bought concessionary tickets at The Ivy House bar and you are under eighteen, or you bought them for an under eighteen year old, please contact The Ivy House and they will refund you.
Our apologies again for any inconvenience caused. Unfortunately and confusingly, the policy has changed a few times since we started running our events there.
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Tickets are also available from The Ivy House bar (in person only), but please be aware that to avoid overselling (and exceeding the venue’s legal capacity) we take tickets off sale at the bar when a concert is near to selling out.
Please contact us if you have a query which is not answered in the link above.
Please note that during our concerts and club nights, you will not be able to access the ballroom (where our nights are held) from the refectory, EVEN IF YOU HAVE BOUGHT AN ADVANCE TICKET . If you are already in the refectory, please use the garden door and go round the side of the pub to access the ballroom and the ticket/handstamp table from the front bar.
We are sorry for any inconvenience caused, but unfortunately we have had problems in the past with people using this door to avoid payment, and we can no longer have somebody there every night checking handstamps.
We experimented for a while with allowing people to eat in the ballroom prior to the live music starting, but for various reasons this did not work, so we no longer allow food in the ballroom AT ANY TIME after the door opens at 7pm.
If you want to eat the Ivy House’s yummy food, please try to arrive in time to eat in one of the other rooms. You are welcome to save a seat in the ballroom once the door opens at 7pm and eat elsewhere, and you can also phone The Ivy House in advance to reserve a table to eat in one of the other rooms.
You may have to wait a while for your food at busy times, so please allow plenty of time to ensure you catch all the live music!
Please note that the Ivy House stops taking orders for food at 6pm on Sundays.
Our concerts and club nights are often very crowded. We never exceed the room’s legal capacity, but in order to allow as many people as possible to enjoy the music, we do keep space at the back for standing room only.
Therefore, please do not bring additional seats into the ballroom, as you will be asked to take them out again.
If you must have a seat for health reasons, please either come when the door opens at 7pm to be sure of a seat, or if this is not possible, please contact us before the night so that we can make appropriate arrangements for you.
We hope you understand!
We now charge £3 entry to the Singaround, for both singers and listeners. We hope that this is sufficiently low that nobody will be deterred from coming due to the cost.
To soften the blow, we include in the price a raffle ticket. In the interval we will draw two tickets for the lucky winners to have a dip in our famous (or infamous) Goose raffle bags …..
The Singaround finishes no later than 10.30pm, when the bar closes, to give us and the bar staff time to clear up before The Ivy House closes at 11pm (as it is a Sunday).
ENJOY YOUR EVENING!
Concert Tickets on Sale!
Well, we have lots of other things on apart from concerts, but our concerts are the only things we sell advance tickets for.
You can either buy tickets online (see below) or at The Ivy House bar. However if we are close to selling out, we stop selling tickets at The Ivy House to prevent overselling.
Subscribers to our newsletter will receive updates on the ticket situation, which we will also post on our home page here if selling out looks likely. You can subscribe via the link on the right of this page!