West Malvern Social Club


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The WMSC always welcomes new members from the local community and surrounding area. Join here.

The club is currently open every Sunday for the West Malvern Music Session,
and every Thursday for an Open Mic Night.

There is a Quiz Night on the second Friday in the month.

Membership is £5 (for life). Our bar prices are the best value in the area.

Check here for coming events.

Carol Sampson

Thursday Night Open Mic.

The open mic is open to musicians of all types. If you'd like to play, get in touch with Tyler Massey.

Carol Sampson

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Sunday Night Session

Sunday Night Sessions

We open at about 8:30; proceedings start at 9:30; we close at midnight or whenever everyone has gone home.

All types are music are welcomed.

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Function Hire

The club has a licensed bar, a stage, and seating for around 60. It is a perfect venue for small parties, functions, gigs, performances, practices, and other meetings.

The club can be hired by arrangement for a small fee. Please contact us to make arrangements.

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We welcome your input.

The West Malvern Social Club is run for its members and the people in the surrounding area. Our aim is to make best use of the facilities we have (primarily the club-room). If you have ideas or suggestions as to how we can do that better, please let us know.

The club-room is unused for most days and many evenings a week. If there is some sort of regular event which you think could be of interest locally and which would be suited to the club, please let is know.

Here's how to get in touch.

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law books

Click here to find more about the proposed new constitution for the Club.

This is different to what was proposed in 2015.

There are details of the AGM here.

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