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Doors open 8:30pm. Music starts 9pm and finishes just before 11pm (unless otherwise advertised).

Advance tickets are available from the Eel Pie Club, or by sending a cheque with a stamped, self-addressed evenlope to The Eel Pie Club, c/o Executive Mortgages & Investments Ltd., 1st Floor, 6 Park Road, Teddington, TW11 0AA.  Credit card bookings can be made for all events with TicketWeb of See Tickets by clicking on the 'BUY NOW' links below (booking fee applies).  Please note that The Eel Pie Club cannot give refunds on unused tickets.

The Eel Pie Club welcomes Members and non-Members.  To become a Member of the Eel Pie Club, download  Membership Application Form here.
Wednesday 27 March
Doors 6:30pm.
Music approx 6:45pm-8:45pm.

Eel Pie Xtra!!


Twickenham's only not-for-profit Rock & Pop Band Project, POWERJAM, presents an evening of live Rock and Pop hit songs and 'club night out' for both adults and students of all ages.

The event will be filmed by Richmond Council who are making a documentary to celebrate Powerjam, recipient of a 2018 Community 'Heroes' Award, and highlight it's young talent carrying on the rich band heritage of the local area and the Eel Pie Club.
Featuring "Nobody for President", "The Chasers", and "Internationally Unknown", Powerjam gives local budding musicians ages 10-18 the opportunity to become regular members of bands, rehearse at weekly workshops, and gig each term.  For more information annatexier.powerjam@gmail.com

£5 Adults, £2 Students, £2 Eel Pie Club Members
Cash on door.


Thursday 28 March
Eel Pie Club Special


The Deputies are an established part of the South West London music scene.

Formed by session guitarist and Producer Richard Lightman (Desmond Dekker, Morgan Fisher, Eddy Grant, Brian May) and Rick Cassman (Pete Townshend, Straight Eight) they have been gigging since 2005. Recently vocalist Belinda Campbell joined the band. With her high energy vocals reminiscent of Janis Joplin she is a valuable addition to the group. Drummer, Lee Cook (formerly with Twickenham band, St. Jude) holds down a solid rhythm whilst bassist Peter Charlton adds a melodic and powerful foundation. The Deputies play mostly classic rock, rhythm and blues music from the 60’s and 70’s so regular Eel Pie members will not be disappointed.

This gig celebrates the launch of their first ‘live’ EP recording, featuring some of the most popular songs from their current setlist. Every ticket holder will receive a free signed copy on entry. Expect to also see some special guests on the night!  https://thedeputies.co.uk/ep-launch-party

£10 (£8 Members). Free CD on entry.
See Tickets  BUY NOW!


Thursday 4 April MARTIN TURNER ex WISHBONE ASH - Wishbone Gold - Spring Tour 2019 -

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the formation of the original Wishbone Ash

Features full performance of Wishbone Ash's classic 1976 album - "New England."

Fresh from their 2017/18 shows which have featured Wishbone Ash's seminal albums, Argus, There's The Rub, and Wishbone Ash in their entirety, Martin Turner and his band return to the concert stages to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the formation of the original Wishbone Ash and perform another classic album - 1976's New England.

£16 (£14 Members) See Tickets  BUY NOW!


Thursday 18 April


Troy Redfern's star has been rising fast in the blues world, and the buzz has continued to build with the release in 2017 of his critically acclaimed album, "Dirt Blues Ritual".  The Troy Redfern Band deliver one of the most exciting high energy blues sets on the circuit today, fusing power, searing musicianship and ferociously creative spontaneity.

"The protean slide guitarist leads his power trio with style, gusto and virtuoso playing that fuses spontaneity with real craft. Redfern combines the rawness of Hound Dog Taylor, the freeform approach of Sonny Sharrock, the firebrand playing of Johnny Winter and the technique of Dave Hole with the ghost of Elmore James."  Pete Feenstra

"Raw rockin' blues with super slide.  A powerhouse of a band." Blues in Britain Magazine.


 £11 (£9 Members) See Tickets  BUY NOW!


Thursday 2 May

Doors 7.45pm.  Music 8:15pm-11pm.


This legendary prog rock band, featuring 2 original members - Peter French (vocals) and Steve 'Boltz' Bolton (guitar) - will be returning to The Eel Pie Club following their 2018 sell-out gig.  This band, which was re-formed 3 years ago - with the blessing of Vincent Crane's widow - has been kicking up a storm at festivals and shows across the UK and Europe and receiving stunning reviews.

The band will be performing album favourites and the hit singles, 'Tomorrow Night' and 'Devil's Answer'.  Completing the line-up are Adrian Gautrey (organ/keys), Shug Millage (bass), and Bo Walsh (drums).  www.atomicroostermusic.com

Opening by Jamie Thyer and the Worried Men.  "If you like ZZ Top or The Hamsters, this is for you!"  Blueprint. www.theworriedmen.com

Doors 7:45pm.  Music 8:15pm-11pm.

£17 (£15 Members) See Tickets BUY NOW!



Thursday 16 May THE KAST-OFF KINKS


The iconic British rock band, THE KINKS, is often cited as one of the most important and influential rock bands of all time.  The Kast-Off Kinks is NOT A TRIBUTE BAND! The band contains 3 actual Members of THE KINKS.  Original drummer, Mick Avory, who joined The Kinks (at that time still called The Ravens) in 1964, who is still regarded to this day as the backbone of the original Kinks, is joined by John Dalton, bassist with The Kinks from 1969 until the late '70's, and keyboard player, Ian Gibbons, who was with The Kinks for 17 years and still plays and tours with Ray Davies.  By fans, Ian is regarded as the best keyboard player of The Kinks.  The fourth member and only non-Kink is Dave Clarke (ex Noel Redding Band), taking the place of the Davies brothers. http://kastoffkinks.co.uk. 

Almost every other ex-Kink has guested with The Kast-Off Kinks, including Ray Davies. 

£14 (£12 Members) See Tickets BUY NOW!


Thursday 30 May SLIM CHANCE

Slim Chance has its origin in the early 70's, formed by the legendary and brilliant songwriter, Ronnie Lane, who had been a mainstay of both the Small Faces and The Faces.

The line-up now features original members, Charlie Hart, Steve Simpson, Steve Bingham, plus guests including Geraint Watkins, Billy Nicholls, John Lingwood, Des Horsfall, Benny Gallagher and more.  Their set includes a host of classic Ronnie Lane songs including Ooh La La, Debris, The Poacher and How Come, as well as original tracks from their latest album "On The Move" which has received rave reviews in all the top music press.

£15 (£13 Members) See Tickets BUY NOW!


Thursday 6 June THE ROLLIN' STONED

"The Best Rock 'n' Roll Tribute Band in The World", this magnificent band returns to The Eel Pie Club for two hours of nostalgia playing the best of 1964-1969 - Jumping Jack Flash, Brown Sugar, Paint it Black, Not Fade Away, Get Off My Cloud, It's All Over Now, Under My Thumb, Mother's Little Helper, Ruby Tuesday, You Can't Always Get What You Want, Two Thousand Light Years from Home, Let's Spend The Night Together, Street Fighting Man, Satisfaction and all those eclectic classics you almost forgot about.
Endorsed by Keith Richards' mother as 'outstanding and suitably fit stand-ins for The Stones', Rollin' Stoned have also been described by The Times as 'The nearest thing to the real article' and have been revered by both Stones fans for their authenticity and the real Stones who booked them for the band's birthday!

£14 (£12 Members) See Tickets BUY NOW!



This unique-in-the-world tribute to one of the blues giants has been given the thumbs up by Peter Chatman, the son of Memphis Slim, and has been performed at The Royal Albert Hall, The Boisdale, Canary Wharf and was a huge success when previously performed at The Eel Pie Club in 2017and 2018.
The band features Eric Ranzoni who you may have seen playing wonderful keyboards with Mud Morganfield (son of Muddy Waters), plus Pete Pritchard on bass, who has played with, among others, Chuck Berry, Eric Clapton, Jerry Lee Lewis, Alvin Lee and Elvis Presley's original guitarist, Scotty Moore.  On guitar is Mal Barclay of The Cadillac Kinks, and on drums, George Hart.
This tribute was inspired by Eric Ranzoni's meeting in Paris with drummer Michel Denis and pianist Jean-Paul Amouroux who both played with Memphis Slim during his French years, later in his life.

£12 (£10 Members) See Tickets BUY NOW!


Thursday 11 July BIRDWOOD dedicated to Art Wood

A thrillling All-Star combination of three bands that played on Eel Pie Island in the 1960s - The Birds featuring vocalist, Ali Mackenzie (which in the 1960s featured Ronnie Wood on guitar), guitarist, Derek Griffiths of The Artwoods (which featured Art Wood on vocals) and Keith Grant of The Downliners Sect on bass.  Mark Freeman (Rollin' Stoned, Downliners Sect and Art Wood All-Stars) is on drums and Chris Parren (Strawbs, Rocky Horror Show Band) is on keyboards.

Tonight's peformance will be dedicated to the late Art Wood (brother of Rolling Stone, Ronnie) whose assistance, enthusiasm and encouragement in the Eel Pie Club's early days will never be forgotten.  Raffle to benefit Prostate Cancer UK

£12 (£10 Members) See Tickets BUY NOW!



Zoot Money has been a formidable contributor to the British music scene maintaining a career as a classic RnB singer and keyboard player.
He began his early career fusing RnB with jazz when he teamed up with guitarist Andy Summers (Police), tenor sax player Nick Newall and drummer Colin Allen to form The Big Roll Band, bringing a fresh sound to the RnB scene.  Since his arly days with Alexis Korner, Zoot has featured with The Animals and the Alan Price Band plus its offshoot, The Electric Blues Company.  In recent years he's played in partnership with (amongst many others), Spencer Davis and the late Dick Heckstall-Smith, as well as Georgie Fame and Mick Taylor.  Zoot's songwriting credits include songs for Lulu and Long John Baldry, as well as Jimmy Witherspoon (It Never Rains But It Pours).  Zoot produced the Tutti Frutti album from the television series of the same name in 1985 - the show which launched the careers of Robbie Coltran and Emma Thompson.  More recently, Zoot produced Ruby Turner's album, 'Call Me By My Name' and Woodstock Taylor's debut CD Road Movie.
Alongside this rich and varied music caret, Zoot has regularly been sen on our television screens.  In addition to many commercials, he has appeared in Eastenders, Londons Burning, The Bill, The Professionals, The Piglet Files and Get Back (the BBC series that featured Ray Winstone in his only sitcom).
Tonight's Big Roll Band line-up is Zoot Money on Hammond and Korg M 1 piano, Nick Payn on tenor sax, flute and harmonica, Ronnie Johnson on guitar, Jeff Allen on drums and Kenny Wilson on bass.
Zoot's huge talent continues to bring his own blend of experince and fun to entertain and amuse you and we are proud to be welcoming him to the Eel Pie Club.

Advance: £16 (£14 Members) See Tickets BUY NOW!


Sunday 28 July 2-4pm TWICKENHAM 60s DAY at The Barmy Arms, Twickenham Embankment.

Fantastic FREE event where The Eel Pie All-Stars (Don Craine and Keith Grant, Downliners Sect, Robin Bibi ex Pretty Things, Alan Glen ex Yardbirds + Nine Below Zero, and Chris Hunt, Lonnie Donegan Band + The Bruvvers + Dana Gillespie Band) play from 2-4pm and The Barmy Arms serves Barbecue all afternoon.  60's dress optional!



Originally from Chicago, Joe Jammer was live guitarist for Supertramp, Screaming Lord Sutch, Paladin, Stealers Wheel, Donna Summer and Maggie Bell.  Founding member of The Olympic Runners, Jam Master for Buddy Guy's Original Checkerboard Lounge, Chicago Jam Master at The Speakeasy, London and Session Guitarist for Mick Jagger, Joe Cocker, Ringo Starr, Jerry Lee Lewis and Oprah Winfrey, Joe Jammer has also been seen in 'Sports Illustrated", Aerosmith's Autobiography "Walk This Way", "Stairway to Heaven - Led Zeppelin Uncensored" by Richard Cole, Rolling Stone Magazine's "Encyclopedia of Rock & Roll", "The Encyclopedia of Popular Music", and "Close to The Edge, the Story of Yes" by Chris Welch.
Joe Jammer's Chicago Blues Revue features some great blues musicians and vocalists and is entertaining and fun. www.joejammer.com

£11 (£9 Members) See Tickets BUY NOW!



Geno Washington is still the ultimate 60s soul man, enjoying cult status in soul, blues and Rnb, mainly due to his unsurpassable reputation as a live peformer.
A contemporary of Georgie Fame, The Small Faces and Jimi Hendrix (all of whom were his support acts back in the day), Geno is as electrifying today as ever, a force of nature and a genuine joy to behold.
In 1980, 'Oh Geno!' was a massive UK Number 1 hit for Dexys Midnight Runners.  Vocalist Kevin Roland based the song on his memories of Geno's gigs, when clubland used to join in the chants of Geno! Geno! Geno!
Geno Washington & The Yo Yos features members of the super tight Ram Jam Band, playing a blistering set of pared down street soul, RnB and house rockin' blues.
Opening by guitarist/vocalist Peter Hammerton (formerly with The Others).

£16 (£14 Members) See Tickets BUY NOW!


Thursday 5 September THE CADILLAC KINGS

The Cadillac Kings are going from strength to strength.  Their 2016 album 'The Secret of my Success' ended up on so many playlists that in 2 months it was voted one of the top 3 blues CDs of the year by the IBBA (along with Kaz Hawkins and Joe Bonamassa).  Throughout 2017, the CD continued to make inroads into US radio and one of the album tracks reached Number One in Cashbox Magazine's Blues & Boogie Chart, and stayed there for 4 weks, holding off acts such as The Fabulous Thunderbirds, John Primer, Coco Montoya, Rick Estrin & the Nightcats, Samantha Fish etc.  The Cadillac Kings were the only UK act to figure in the chart during 2017.
2019 sees the band celebrating its 19th birthday, with the multi-talented Tim Penn on piano, accordion and vocals, Mal Barclay on guitar, Mike Thomas on vocals, Paul Cuff on double bass and Roy Webber on drums.
"Entertaining, authentic and infectious, The Cadillac Kings' high energy RnB is enough to put a foaming head on a pint of real ale!" (Blues in Britain).

£12 (£10 Members) See Tickets BUY NOW!


Thursday 19 September PETER DONEGAN and THE BAND (as seen on The Voice UK).

Peter Donegan is the son of Lonnie Donegan, the King of Skiffle.  Peter recently made headline news when he appeared on The Voice and duetted with Tom Jones in a song his father wrote for him.  Peter is a talented musician in his own right.  A songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, he plays Piano, Guitar, Mandolin, Harmonica, Banjo, as well as lead vocals.  He has toured with Lonnie Donegan, Van Morrison and Crystal Gale.
Peter and his great band will perform some of Lonnie Donegan's classics and lesser know recordings, combined with original numbers from his latest album which he wrote and recorded in Nashville.  All in all, this will be a great night of Blues, Country and Skiffle, and a lot of foot-stomping fun!

£13 (£11 Members).  See Tickets BUY NOW!


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Eel Pie Club Members are entitled to a 10% discount off their total bill (Mondays to Thursdays) at The Sheesh Mahal in Twickenham and The Gurkha's Inn, Twickenham,  on production of their current Eel Pie Club Membership Cards.

The Sheesh Mahal
19-21 London Road
Tel:  020 8892 3303
(Mon-Thu Only)

The Gurkha's Inn
25 York Street
Tel:  020 8892 4505/4535
(Mon-Thu Only)