Welcome to
The Ritz Acoustic Club

Providing, Promoting and Performing, since 7th May 1999

The 'Home' of Acoustic Music in Somerset

Location - what3words   ///condition.quote.brambles
SatNav ~ TA8 1AN

Next Showcase

Our 4th Showcase following the Pandemic is the fabulous 

The Usual Three

Thursday 25th April

The band  are a Somerset trio

and play acoustic roots music, 

from singer songwriters like Bob Dylan to Carol King,

from Bands like Little Feat to Lankum,

and from Ry Cooder to Wilco.

Great songs from different timezones.

2 good voices, tight harmonies, 2 guitars, mandola... and a bloke on bass.

Doors are open at 7.45pm.

(or before...if the soundcheck is completed)

The evening consists of one open mic set; possibly 5 artists with 3 songs each.

The Usual Three will perform a 1 hour set at 10pm.

Club Members £3, Non Members £5

Ritz Acoustic 25th anniversary party

Saturday 11th May 2024

This party is for members only and their guests (if sufficient tickets are still available)

We will be welcoming past players and supporters of the club to play for us...

Steve Brown

Nick & Chris Elswood

Debbie Beckett

Jason Grey

also there will be performances from Andy Rommoff, Greg Aylmer, Steve Holford with Graham Hayes & Steve Parratt, and Rob Carey.

Members tickets £6, (Guest tickets if any available at £12). Tickets on sale NOW  at the club on Thursdays. Buffet is included.

Guest tickets only available if member tickets are not all sold.

and don't forget...

Our Open-mic nights run every week throughout the year. 

The Ritz Acoustic Club is all about providing a stage area for anyone to come along and perform in front of a live audience.

There are 3 Sets, each containing 3 Sessions

(Sessions may be booked on the night from 7.45pm, on a 'First come, First served' basis)
We recommend you arrive early to get a session.

Artists who have not performed at the club before will not be charged the £3 entry fee


Polite Advice - Other Stuff - T's & C's

The club welcomes both experienced performers and those new to performing in public. 

The club is a music club and to that end we ask people to be considerate to the players when they are on stage, 

however, there is a bar and it’s not a library; common sense should apply. 

If you want to chat rather than listen, please move to the upper bar.



Musicians/Performers should note the following...


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