London Guitar Night

On this page you can read about the LGN, buy tickets, and see our Line Up – at the bottom of the page are details on getting here. The London Guitar Night is a very special evening. Now hosted at one of London’s best kept secrets… WoodBerry Wetlands – Coal House Cafe.

The event is curated, hosted by and features a performance from guitarist Chris Woods of The Chris Woods Groove Orchestra. Kindly sponsored by G7th Capo Company.

The plan was simple… ‘Bring together the best touring guitarists and musicians with local six string legends in a stunning London venue’ The event has become a hub for all things guitar and has hosted some great musicians of all different genres. Guitar is the focal point that pulls everything together, and that’s what makes it so varied. From jazz trios to singer-songwriters, virtuoso instrumental guitarists to minimalist guitar orchestras. The London Guitar Night has had it all…

(Woodberry Wetlands are managed by London Wildlife Trust. Profits from public events are used to support their conservation work and to continue providing free public access to the wetlands.)

This seasons Line Up:
September 1st –
A night of Limitless Guitar
Amrit Sond – Grammy Award Winning Avante Garde Guitar
Roland Chadwick – Renowned Guitarist and Composer
Chris Woods – Award winning Guitar Explorer

October 6th
Glen Roth – Spotify Smashing Guitarist from the US
Aquillo Duo – Almost Classical stunning duo and special guest Daniel Burne will be showcasing some new material.

November 3rd – Chris Roberts – Inspirationally Original Classical Guitarist
Geoff Robb – fringe award winning show ‘Music of Trees’

December 1st – Samuel Moore – Flamenco Master
Declan Zapala – Contemporary Acoustic Guitar Artistry


Buy tickets for the 1st of December here:

To buy tickets for this event please visit our events page: London Guitar Night tickets from Skiddle.

Getting here:

If arriving by train use it is a very short walk from Manor House Tube, also close to Stamford Hill railway station. Alternatively, Harringay Green Lanes overground station is approximately 15 minutes walk…

253 and 254 bus stops are located nearby on Seven Sisters Road.

If traveling by car. There is no designated car park for Woodberry Wetlands, but there is limited unrestricted parking on Bethune Road to the east and Fairholt Road to the south. If you get lost and need a helping hand then call the cafe on 02088096207 🙂

The entrance to Woodberry wetlands if coming from Manor House is on the left just before you cross the bridge on to Lordship Rd.

Any questions email: or call the cafe on 02088096207