The Ealing Club Community Interest Company has roots firmly based in the electric blues and rock guitar music loved by millions around the world. However, we believe in supporting the Arts across the spectrum and here we have information on work of all the great organisations from Ealing that contribute to Ealing’s Arts and Live Music scenes.

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Thanks to the Ealing Broadway BID and Make It Ealing for sponsoring the build of this website and for continuing to support live music in Ealing.


February: The annual Ealing Music and Film ‘Valentine’ Festival began in Feb 2013 and brings together top class classical music, cinema events and some a little Rock and Blues as well:

April: Hanwell, located just 1.5 miles from the original Ealing Club venue is the birthplace of the legendary Marshall Amp. The ‘Hanwell Hootie’ is a celebration of Jim Marshall’s achievement and is without a doubt one of London’s most ‘iconic’ festivals. LIVE MUSIC + SMALL VENUES + HOME OF LOUD:

June: Hanwell Carnival:

July: Ealing Blues Festival in Walpole Park is a classic Ealing pastime that in recent years has included blues artists such as Paul Jones, Dr Feelgood, Sandi Thom and Chris Jagger. Part of Ealing Summer Festival along with the Ealing Jazz Festival which has featured local favourites such as Ray Gelato. Listening to the Blues, Big Band Music, Funk and Comedy in Ealing should on the itinery to any London visitor in July.

August: The London Mela is one of London’s greatest celebrations of West London’s Rich Asian traditions. Great food, innovative sound and intense colour can be found at the heart of one of London’s most magnificent green spaces: Gunnersbury Park.

September: Brentford Festival:

September: West Ealing SoundBite Festival is Ealing’s ‘ECLECTIC’ Music Festival held at the heart of the Uxbridge Road. First held in Sept 2013 here you may find a Bollywood Brass Band, The Sounds of Cuba, Folk Punk, funk or British ‘R & B’ ….. Ealing School.

October: The Ealing Autumn Festival features poetry and the spoken word alongside classical music and opera in a variety of venues including local churches and schools.


Questors Theatre: Amateur Dramatic Theatre:

Classic Cinema:


CEPAC (Campaign for an Ealing Performance and Arts Centre):

Creative Ealing: A consortium of organisations working together to promote Arts & Performance in Ealing.

Ealing Arts & Leisure: Carries details of the many organisations that residents wishing to get involved in the Arts can actively join as well as information on lectures and Arts education.