Skip to main content

The North Staffs Organ & Keyboard Club

1st Thursday at 8:00pm. 3rd. Thursday at 7:30pm

We are a non-profit making provider of musical entertainment. We currently have 170 members some of whom play the organ or keyboard but many that just enjoy listening to good music.

We meet twice a month - on the 1st Thursday of the month we stage a professional concert featuring an international artiste. On the 3rd. Thursday we have a more relaxed 'Open Night' where members that play entertain other members.

We use stage lightening to enhance the concert and video equipment so that the audience get an overhead view of the instrument being played & can see the performers hand as they play, further enhancing the performance.

Our performers play a wide range of popular music to suit all tastes including popular ballads, music from films & musicals, big band, jazz, orchestral and theatre organ style. 

We enjoy a lovely friendly atmosphere and many friendships have been formed from visited the club. All are welcome, with no restriction on age, although at present most of our members are over retirement age.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Tony Lawton
Contact Position
Chairman
Telephone
01782 858907
E-mail
nsokc@hotmail.co.uk
Facebook
The North Staffs Organ & Keyboard Club

Where to go

Name
Wolstanton High Street Club
Address
High Street
Wolstanton
Newcastle
Staffordshire
Postcode
ST5 0HE Get Directions (This link opens in a new tab)
Notes

Although the club's car park is small, there is plenty of on & off street parking within a close vicinity.

Other Details

Costs

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
£6.00 per year
Service is Free
No
Details
Membership is £6.00 per annum single or £11.00 per annum for a couple. Admission is £4.00 per concert members, or £6.00 guests Open night admission is just £1.00 for members & Guests.

Availability

Referral required
No
Referral Details

The venue has disabled access & toilets.

There is a defibrillator on site.

Last updated: 01 Sep 2019
Is this information correct?
Back to top