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4 out of 5 Based on 5 reviews

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Cecil Sharp House

2 Regents Park Rd
+44 20 7485 2206


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4 out of 5 based on 5 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Cecil Sharp House

4.0 out of 5 31 January 2014
by Siobhan K.

This is a great place if you like folk music and folk dancing!

Saw Maz O Connor there last night (if you like folk music I'd recommend checking her out, awesome singer/songwriter).

it's an old stately type house. They have a bar and cafe downstairs, where they also sell home made snacks (sausage rolls etc).

There are a few rooms where they hold folk dancing sessions and other events and...more

4.0 out of 5 3 January 2014
by Jules H.

I'm only going to this place when its winter and my friend is singing in the choir. I have to say that the cafe in the basement has improved compared to last year. Nice arrangements of cake and biscuits, very decent pasta and a glass of wine. what more do you need to listen to a choir sing sailor sings.

The main room where they were singing has seen better days, but it still in good shape and...more

5.0 out of 5 30 September 2011
by mackg

who would have though that vaughan williams was friends with cecil sharp! I love vaughan!

scottish dancing here is fab. I want to get married here! Please

Its a must is you love scottish dancingmore

3.0 out of 5 11 September 2011
by Bea B.

No ventilation and quick-paced contra dancing made me a very sweaty girl! After about an hour-I was already on a 'time out' from all the twirling and passing-someone opened a back door and cooled the hall down a bit. Thank goodness. For further cooling off and a chance to escape the lurking single dudes that may not have only come to the Cecil Sharp House to cut a rug, there's a cafe...more

3.0 out of 5 26 June 2011
by linsabout

Went here to hear a 'folkie' style band. It was really hard to find & when i asked for directions nobody knew it or had heard of it. Walked miles the wrong way till i asked the right guy. Its one of the strangest venues i have ever been too. Not much in the way of refreshments but the staff were lovely & i won a bottle of pink champers in the raffle! It was a fun evening and i learnt about...more