Barleycorn’s principal function is to promote & present the best local, original music. Over the years, the Barleycorn has played a role in the musical careers of a number of now household names. David Kramer recorded his first album ‘Bakgat’ at the club in 1980 and others who’ve enjoyed our support include Amapondo, Flat Stanley, Freshly Ground, Steve Newman & Tony Cox amongst a very long list!
Run by a group of hard-working, unpaid volunteers, the Barleycorn has proved its worth and continues to fulfil its purpose to create an awareness of the amazing musical talent which we have in abundance in this city and South Africa. If you are a musician and you would like to play contact us for more info.
Barleycorn meets every Monday night at 8pm at Villager Football Club in Claremont, Cape Town and usually showcase 4 acts per evening.
Entrance is R 20 for members and R30 for non-members, there are drinks and snacks available.
You can get regular email updates on who is playing by regularly visiting the “Line-Ups” page (link on the left), joining our Google Group or joining us on Facebook. Also check out a short video on YouTube.
Find out more on our website, Barleycorn Music Club
· Games are played on Wednesday Nights, 3 seasons a year
· Spring Season begins on Wednesday 4th September 2013
· There is an exciting 1 Touch league running now at the same time
Celtic Harriers is based at Brookside in Imam Haron Road, and is the founder of the Cape’s biggest race: the Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon. The club organises the Cape Peninsula Marathon and the Don Lock Memorial road race. Celtics is synonymous with Western Cape athletics, and many top athletes have worn its famous green and white hoops.
Celtic Harriers strives to create a friendly, nurturing and inclusive environment for walkers, joggers and runners of all skill levels and backgrounds. The club enjoys a large membership involved in a cross-section of events (including road running, trail running, walking, cross-country). Celtic Harriers tries to create a number of opportunities for club members to socialise and to have some fun together; as well as trying to support members through regular club runs that cater for a variety of abilities and fitness levels.
· Organised Weekly Club Runs2. Organised Weekly Time Trial
· Organised Weekend Club Runs
· Organised Trail Runs
· Changing and Shower Facilities
· Bar & Restaurant Facilities
· Social events
· Weekly newsletters containing event & race information
The Villager Squash Club has, since 1985, been a part of Villager FC and has moved to various locations around Brookside but is now situated at the end of the C Field.
The use of the courts is restricted to paid-up members of Villager Squash Club and all Villager members are required to have a Villager Access Card for access to the grounds at Brookside.
To become a member of the Squash Club you need to fill in the application form (see below) and return it to the Treasurer of Villager Squash at firstname.lastname@example.org.